Bass Fishing Tips & Tips For Fishing

 

We’ve collected all of the hottest fishing tips to help you catch that bass of a lifetime.  Don’t go out fishing for bass without reading through our bass fishing tips section.   Whether you’re a beginner or an aspiring pro, we’ve got all the best tips on bass fishing in one place.   Just choose a category or browse by title.  Once you learn these bass fishing techniques, you’ll make all your fishing buddies jealous!  We’ll see on the water!

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Spinner Baits

My favorite bait would have to be the spinner bait. A spinner bait can be used in several different ways according to the speed you use and the way you hold your rod. I can speed up the bait for top water fishing or slow it down for deeper fishing. My favorite color is the Read More…

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Top Water Bass Fishing Tip

When fishing a top water rat or mouse try putting a rattle or two inside. This will give it a lot more sound and a little more weight for casting. You can even add split shot to it if more weight is needed for longer casts while bass fishing.

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Soft Plastic Baits Custom Colors

Soft plastic baits are great baits and sometime color is everything. Sometime something different can produce a great bass catch. What I do is take a few baits in different colors and mix them in a bag; just being together will force the colors to mix with one another. You can really get creative and Read More…

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Stay Hooked Up

We all have lost fish on hardbaits like crankbaits, jerkbaits and topwaters. The fish seem to get leverage with these baits and can throw them with ease, at times. I’ve found that by adding a split ring between the hook and the already existing ring reduces this leverage, thus putting more fish in the livewell.

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Different Shaped Tube Heads

All anglers should carry different styles of tube heads for their tube baits when bass fishing. Each style of tube head falls a little bit different through the water column. On different days fish want your bait to fall different ways, so always be prepared for any condition you may face. Also, make sure you Read More…

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Spider Jigs

When other competitors are using rubber skirted jig and pigs, I like to show the bass something different by using a pumpkin spider jig. I can go behind another competitor in used water and pick up bass that were missed.

Bass Fishing Tackle Tips

Trim a Little

 Having a hard time getting bit on your plastic worms? Try downsizing your presentation by trimming the length of your worms a little. Sometimes a half inch trimmed off the head end of the worm is all it takes to get that first bite.  Have fun bass fishing!