Having the right fishing tackle can make all the difference when bass fishing. Before you head out on the water, be sure to read our bass fishing tackle articles. Our team will share the many years of knowledge and experience they have using latest fishing tackle.
There's more to spooling up a spinning reel that you might think. You need to be concerned about line twist, spool tension, etc. We've put together a simple video tutorial that will teach you how to put line on a spinning reel along with some tips and tricks that will make the process easier for anyone who struggles with this task.
The jerkbait is perhaps one of the most underused tools in the average angler’s arsenal. A jerkbait can be far more versatile than it gets credit for. Often mistaken by many as only a cold water lure, they can really shine in warm water too. It’s also a great substitute for a crankbait or spinnerbait when they are not producing.
We’ve come up with a basic guide that will help you choose the right fishing line for the job. Trying to make sense out of all the different types of fishing lines can be a bit overwhelming. We've made it easy for you to understand and we've even given our recomendation for each type of line that we've throughly tested and are confident you'll be happy with.
Do you know the basics of worm fishing? Well you should... Arguably one of the most productive baits on the planet is the plastic worm. Whether you fish it on a Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Drop Shot, Florida Rig or on a Split Shot Rig you can almost always catch bass on a plastic worm.
When I first started fishing about six years ago, I would walk into a tackle shop and be overwhelmed by the incredible variety of hooks that were on display. At the time I was fishing mostly with plastic worms and had little knowledge of the basic hooks and how they were used with different lures and presentations.