Blade Baits For Big Largemouth Bass
By Steven Vonbrandt
Most bass fisherman, because of their use of jigs and worms, have forgotten some of the most important baits that can under the right circumstances catch numbers of hard to catch bass, and many times mean the difference in winning a tournament. These baits don’t have the appeal, or Continue reading
Anyone planning on fishing small boat tournaments is likely to learn most use “Catch, Photo, Release” a.k.a. CPR as the preferred fish registration method. Bass tournament events based on CPR takes fish conservation to the next level since the bass is quickly released to the water with far less stress than traditional live release events.
As I learned more about CPR events and noticed many target small boat anglers, I decided to get re-involved with CPR bass tournaments this season. The more I looked at different tournament trails, the more I learned a specific type of measuring board Continue reading
With the myriad of bass lures on the market today, it’s sometimes a wonder that any weekend bass angler can make the proper bait selection when hitting the water.
Even if narrowing the field down to just hard-bodied baits like topwaters, crankbaits, minnow baits, etc., the variations are almost endless!
Though this video focuses on Lucky Craft lures, take a moment and listen to how Continue reading
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a seasoned or newbie bass angler, selecting the right soft plastic lure colors is often a difficult task. When you consider the variety of colors lure manufacturer’s offer, it’s no wonder we sometimes feel perplexed. This is definitely the case for the new bass angler, especially one trying to build their tackle assortment for the first time …
After coming across this video from Yamamoto Custom Baits (YCB), it seemed a great way to introduce all of us to a fairly simple approach to soft plastic lure color selection.
For those of you unfamiliar with Continue reading
Many bass anglers focus their fishing attention in relatively shallow water depths (<10 feet) for one of two basic reasons:
1) the waters they fish are primarily that shallow or
2) they are not comfortable with fishing deep water.
Though the second reason may involve a lack of confidence in finding bass holding structures in deep water, often times it relates to a lack of skills in deepwater presentations techniques.
Probably the most basic of deep water bass fishing methods involves using a simple system called Continue reading