There is no doubt about it, fishing for smallmouth bass can be fun. However, it can also be difficult to not only locate them, but catch them, especially when fishing lakes. For that reason, this post will offer some helpful tips for finding and catching smallmouth bass.
What are the best bass fishing lures? Talk about a difficult question to answer in a single blog post. With so many different types of bass lures and baits on the market, it is impossible to limit it down to one or even the top ten.
The reason that question is so difficult to answer is because there are a variety of different lure categories and under each category, there are several different kinds of baits.
Take, for example, crankbaits. Under the crankbait category, you have squarebill, single knocker, rattle, silent, lipless, deep diving and more are coming to the market each and every year. Then once you choose a subcategory there are a number of different brands that make the lure within the subcategory unique to its brand. And to think that is just the crankbait category.
We also need to take into consideration the seasons. There are lures that work best in the summer, and there are lures that work best in the fall. The same can be said about post spawn vs pre-spawn, and spring vs winter. [Read more…] about Best Bass Fishing Lures Of 2019 -Let’s “Tackle” This (Updated Mar. 2019
There are many advantages of using a baitcasting reel.
One thing about casting reels that discourages many from using one is the dreaded backlash also known as a bird’s nest.
In this post, we will give you some tips on how to cast a baitcaster without backlash.
First, what is backlash? [Read more…] about How To Cast A Baitcaster Without Backlash – 9 Easy To Follow Tips
Did you just get a new spinning reel?
If so, you might have found yourself asking, Can I put braid on my spinning reel?
That is exactly what we are going to talk about in today’s post. We will also try to address some other concerns you might have when fishing with braid.
Let’s get started.
Braided fishing line is a must-have in any bass fisherman’s tackle box.
But one commonly asked question that we get here on the blog is: Does Braid Sink Or Float?
Now you might be thinking, does it really matter? Can using a fishing line that sinks really make that much of a difference on the overall presentation?
The answer is yes, it does matter and yes, it can make a difference in your lure presentation.
With that being said, let’s answer this question as well as other questions related to fishing with braid.
Green, blue, pink, red, yellow, white. These are just some of the many colors of braided fishing line.
Which one is the best color for bass fishing? Does color really matter? Will I need a leader?
Let’s answer those question.