Bass Fishing Tips

May 4, 2011

Take A Time Out

When you are fishing and simply can not catch any bass, try giving yourself a five minute time out. Often, we get caught up in making […]
May 4, 2011

Putting The Red In

Soft plastic jerk bait fishing can be a deadly technique. However, adding a flash of red can double its effectiveness. I like using a 4/0 or […]
May 4, 2011

Dock Talk

When pre-fishing for tournaments insulate your self from “Dock Talk”, it is almost always old news and you are more likely to be stuck with a […]
May 4, 2011

Overnight Shower

My first reaction to an overnight shower when I hit the water in the morning is to do a milk run of small feeder creeks. Whenever […]
May 4, 2011

Baits to Throw in Early Spring

When fishing in early spring, a very small jig 1/8 to 3/16 oz. with a uncle josh no# 101 pork frog is the hot bait in […]
May 4, 2011

Summer Night Jitterbugs

To me the most productive and exciting summer bassin' I know of is Nighttime Jitterbuggin' on my favorite lake. Sometimes the strike is just a sip of the plug off the surface and other times the violence of the strike will propel the bass 3 feet into the air. This is easy, just cast and retrieve with a steady pace. No stop and go, and no buzzin', we want this lure to look like a little mammal swimming home from his girlfriend's. Slow and steady is the key.

May 4, 2011

Slow Down When Fishing Is Slow

When catching appears to be slow, slow down your presentation. While fishing grass beds, be sure your lure is in constant contact with the grass. When […]
May 4, 2011

Fishing Inside Turns

In the North Country, once the spawn is complete, a large population of bass move to the weed lines, adjacent to drop-offs in the deeper waters […]
May 4, 2011

Spring In The North Country

In Minnesota, where bass fishing is closed until late May to protect the spawn we have a different starting point then our southern fishing brethren. Pre-spawn […]