Using The Classic Inline Spinner For Bass

The inline spinner for bass is a classic technique that still helps produce fish today. It has happened to nearly every angler who has ever flung a spinnerbait. Bass just smash their spinnerbait on nearly every cast and then the next day the fish totally ignore the blade bait. You can downsize your spinnerbait to draw strikes from these turned-off …

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5 Tips To Becoming A Better Crankbait Angler

Learning how to fish a crankbait properly can make a huge difference. Seeing bass pros work a crankbait is like watching magicians perform. The only difference is magicians use sleight of hand to make objects disappear, while the pros’ magic begins after their crankbait vanishes in the watery depths. Here are five tips the pros rely on that will help …

Unsnagging Lures

Keys To Unsnagging Your Lures

There is nothing worse than losing your favorite lure so we have come up with some of the best approaches to unsnagging lures. When novices hang their lures, they shake and jerk their rods, pull on the line, cuss at the snag and do just about everything wrong in an attempt to regain their lures. All anglers periodically hook their …

5 Topwater Lures That Will Catch You More Fish

The best topwater lures vary depending on conditions, bodies of water, and of course, between anglers.  Knowing this, we have created a list of five of the best topwater lures, according to our team. Take a quick peek and hopefully it helps you spend a little less time in your tackle box and more time ripping lips. 1. Monsterbass The Patriot …

Swing Head Jig Fishing: Using Wobble Heads To Catch More Bass

The swing head jig is a popular alternative to the common football jig. When throwing a swing head jig, look for the same areas you typically throw a football jig. Often this means around rocks in 5-10 feet of water, but it can be fished all the way up to the bank and down in the deeper rocks too. This …