Bass Fishing Articles

April 8, 2015

Fall Back Lunker Bass

Bass fishing in the fall provides some of the best fishing of the year for both numbers and size. If you ask any seasoned angler when the best time to connect with a true giant, many will tell you either during the pre-spawn phase or in the late fall (depending on where they are located).
April 8, 2015

Finally Some Ice Fishing!

If you’ve never been ice fishing, you might be wondering why anyone in their right mind would want to walk out onto a frozen lake or pond and start drilling holes. The answer is simple… Addiction to Fishing!
April 8, 2015

Line Watching On The Ice

Line watching has been a great way of detecting strikes in many types of fishing. It can be tricky at times, and especially when ice fishing with different light conditions. Straight-line fishing has a couple of detection times. The early one is when the line is seen to do something different, such as stop as it is going down, moving to the side, or a slight twitch downward and/or upward.
December 12, 2012
Cold Water Bass Fishing

Cold Weather Angling

The months of November and December for most folks in the Upper Midwest “football season & deer or duck hunting” means not many people are thinking about bass fishing this time of year. Wintertime bass fishing is actually one of the easiest times of the year to fish because the fish are very predictable as far where they will be; the key is how to get them to bite.
April 25, 2012
Bass Fishing Current

Know the Flow

Everyone thinks “a bass is a bass no matter where you go“; Lake Fisherman will say that bass relate to the same cover and that bass move the same way on any body of water.  Well, myself, and a lot of river rats know that’s not true!!

April 4, 2012
Mike Iaconelli Berkley Discusses Backslide

Feature Bass Fishing Video

Mike Iaconelli talking about the Berkley Havoc Backslide Lure… design and basic tips for use. Click Here to check out all of our Bass Fishing Videos!
February 24, 2012

To Lead or Not to Lead

The banning of all lead in fishing tackle because it is ingested by wildlife resulting in lead exposure has become a very controversial topic. This topic is taking on a life of its own. Some people believe that environment lobbyists have extremely blown it out of proportion, while others feel that the government has not taken it seriously enough.

February 13, 2012
Swamp Fishing For Bass

Swamp Bass Fishing

Man made swamps, every county has a few. Rivers and streams that have been dammed in one spot or another; creating a pool of water for industry, drinking or even recreation. These areas area usually shallow with a deeper spot by the dam, when I say deeper, I mean only around 5 to 6 feet.

December 19, 2011
Right Bass Fishing Rod & Reel

The Right Bass Fishing Rod and Reel

Choosing the right equipment doesn’t have to be that complicated. I will give you as much information on the three basic setups I think will give you a good start without costing you a fortune. I would suggest going with two bait casters and one spinning rig.