Fishing small ponds for bass has such a summer feel, but that's not to say they aren't worth targeting in winter. Whether you live in a milder part of the country, or get a few mild, ice-free days in a colder region, winter is a good time to hit those small bodies that get pounded in the warmer months. Or maybe you get to sneak in a few more casts on golf course ponds. After all, there most likely isn't anyone playing behind you in January. Of course, the pond vegetation is shriveled or gone. The bottom composition is soft and silted as far as you can see, the water is clear, and the leaves of fall are now littering the bottom. Not even a baitfish is flickering on the surface. So what's your small-pond-in-winter plan of attack?