Fishing Structure: 3 Tips For Targeting Offshore Bass

Fishing offshore for bass usually requires a boat, mapping, and good electronics in order to get dialed in on bass hangouts far from the bank. Bass anglers relying on their electronics have found the secret ledges, drops, and humps that produced heavyweight stringers for a handful of offshore experts. Since most of their secret spots have been revealed, savvy open-water specialists try other tricks to …

Bass Fishing After The Rain: How To Target Post Frontal Bass

Bass fishing after the rain comes through can be tough so knowing a few helpful tips to will go a long way. A heavy dose of rain rejuvenates everything on land and water. Whether it’s the tomatoes withering in your backyard garden or bass languishing in stagnant backwaters, a downpour of H2O provides relief and sustenance for every living organism. …

3 Tips For Fishing Rocky Bottom Bass

Bass really liken to rock to find warmer water during the winter and in early spring. When the sun is shining, a rocky bottom absorbs the heat from the sun’s rays and warms the water above. The rocks continue to keep the water a few degrees warmer even on cloudy days so bass flock to these natural heaters.  As the …

Hot Water Bass

Fishing Shallow And Deep For Warm Water Bass

When summer heat kicks in the hunt for warm water bass can become challenging. The shallows to feel like bath water, many anglers are inclined to probe offshore structure. However some bass remain shallow no matter how hot it gets as long as the fish have plenty of cover. Even when water temperatures top the 90-degree mark, bass stay in …

Summer Night Fishing: Catching Bass In The Dark

Summer night fishing provides some of the best bass action during the dog days of summer. Fishing from dusk to dawn offers you a chance to beat the heat and catch plenty of bass because the fish are in a stable pattern in late summer. If you find two or three spots that are holding bass at night, you can …

River Bass

River Bass Fishing: How To Catch Giant Bass In Your Local River

River bass fishing the ugly, chocolate-brown rivers that you thought were best suited for catfish and cane poles can actually be an attractive bass fishery in suburbia. If you have honed your bass fishing skills on lakes, you might need some retraining before fishing for bass on river systems. Adapting To River Bass A valuable lesson in adapting to river …