When the bass fishing gets tough at Lake of the Ozarks, Keith Enloe often uses a little finesse to get the fish to bite.
Consider a recent weekday. When a cold front affected the bite, Enloe turned to an old trick.
He dropped down to spinning gear and light line, then went to a Zoom trick worm on a standup head. He started crawling that small plastic worm over baseball-sized rock adjacent to a spawning bank and found immediate success.
He and a fishing partner, Jim Divincen, ended up catching nine keepers in three hours, one of them 4 1/2 pounds.Story: