4 Bass Lures You NEED In Your Winter Tackle Box

Winter fishing can be both hard and easy for bass anglers. The hard part is trying to stay warm and keep your equipment from freezing up in the cold. The easy part is lure selection becomes much simpler because bass are lethargic in the winter so you can narrow down your choices to slower moving baits. Wearing the proper clothing …

How To Find Winter Largemouth Bass In Open Water

Bass in the vast open water of lakes and reservoirs could be swimming anywhere in the wintertime. Unless you are on a lake filled with standing timber, visual clues are unavailable when searching for offshore bass in the winter. Good electronics will help you find open water bass by scanning for two underwater clues: baitfish schools and bottom structure.  Finding …

From The Garage To Mystery Tackle Boxes: Two Unexpecting Urban Anglers And One Unbelievable Jig

The Baby Firework Super jig is a hard-hitting finesse jig created by two urban anglers Jay Pee Hey and Ryan Whitacre. The pair of bass fishing maniacs put their heads together and created a new finesse jig designed specifically for smallmouth bass swimming around Chicago’s lakefront. The duo wanted a jig with enough finesse to trick weary smallmouth, but with …

Swim Jig Fishing 101: How To Fish A Swim Jig

The standard bass jig has always been a staple bottom-bouncing lure for decades, but the lure became more versatile when savvy anglers started swimming it for suspended bass. The History Behind The Bait Back in the 1980’s, anglers in Alabama, Wisconsin, Arkansas and some other states started swimming a jig around aquatic vegetation to catch bass, I started swimming a …

The Easiest Ways To Catch More Bass Around Docks

Watch our guy Tyler Anderson showcase his approach to catching more bass around docks. From rod and reel breakdown to on the water explanations, Tyler will fill you in on the details that help him fill the boat with bass.Everyone knows that bass love to hang around boat docks, and the key to catching more dock dwelling bass is by …

No Net, No Problem! 5 Reasons Why Bass Anglers Don’t Need A Fishing Net

If you watch the professionals’ land bass during a tournament, you will notice something missing. Landing fish with a net is a common practice among many anglers. When the Bassmaster Tournament Trail initiated a no net rule several years ago, it started a new trend among bass anglers.  Smaller regional and local tournament circuits still allow nets and recreational anglers to use …