Have you ever noticed that a lot of the bass you hook using a crankbait have the tendency to shake the hooks loose when they fight? Here is a pretty easy solution to help you keep those fish hooked and landed. Remove the hooks from your crankbait, and add another split ring to the already existing split ring. Then reattach the hooks! This gives the hook less leverage, and I guarantee it will help with your hook-up ratio
If you want to give bass a different look while using a buzz bait, try replacing the skirt with a tube or even a soft, plastic minnow bait. This will give the buzz bait a more minnow-like apperance and should give you a few more strikes. just remember to hang on!
There has been a lot of talk about deep diving crank baits winning several “Tour” tournament in the news lately. There are several things you can do to enhance and maximize your bass fishing with these baits. First start with a low gear ratio reel, a 4.9 to 1 will allow the bait to reach Read More…
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!