Most bass anglers across the country will admit that the spring time spawning period is their absolute favorite time of the year for getting out on the lake and catching big bass. While most anglers retreat to shallow water during the spawn, what happens when it’s over? Well, much of the same. Most male and […]
I’ve tried a lot of different lures in my days on the water, but nothing compares to live bait. The best live bait for bass will handle most of the presentation, and it’ll draw attention without skepticism from your target bass. You really can’t go wrong. The only concern anglers have is choosing the right […]
Trolling is taboo for bass anglers. We don’t do it. But why is that? Trolling for bass is a great way to locate large schools, and it’s the perfect way to fish during the middle of the day when bass move deeper into the water. The problem is, most people don’t know how to troll […]
It’s that time of year again. The leaves have fallen, the air is crisp, and the coffee is hot. But wait, hold on a second – don’t unload your rods and lures from the trunk just yet. There’s still plenty of fishing to enjoy!
When you think of the best bass fishing locations, what do you think? Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Michigan might come to mind. Do not sleep on California, though, because the consistently warm temperatures and dense vegetation along shorelines allow the bass population here to grow and prosper. These factors lead to trophy-sized bass everywhere. California bass […]
The Texas rig is an old and popular setup that works for anglers of all skill levels. It’s much easier to set up than a Carolina rig too. If you’re fishing a lake with a lot of greenery, you’ll want a weedless rig like this to prevent frustration and lost lures.
The best kayak bass fishing tips come from a place of experience and sometimes a lack thereof. I’ve made many mistakes kayak fishing for bass, and I want to help you hurdle past those errors to a place of bass fishing bliss. Fishing for bass in a kayak is fun and exciting because it allows […]
Ice fishing for bass is something that most people never get to experience. They think it’s impossible, a waste of time, and frustrating. I’m here to tell you, don’t limit yourself! There are plenty of ways to catch bass in the winter with the right rod, line, lures, and strategy. I’ve spent many winters on […]
Fall bass fishing takes a little patience, a little skill, and a willingness to do things differently than what you’re used to. When the temperature dips down, the bass slow down, and their habits change – it’s important that you know how to respond. Using decades of experience paired with plenty of research, I’ve compiled […]
Bass fishing in Georgia is about as common as catfishing in Louisiana. Everywhere you go, people are talking about their favorite lakes and rivers. One thing I noticed right away about fishing in Georgia is that every lake has an abundance of bass. You can throw your line out almost anywhere and come up with […]