Fishing The White Bass Spawn: How To Catch And Cook One Of America’s Most Underrated Fish

Youtube angler, Lake Fork Guy, targets white bass as they begin the spring spawn in Texas. White bass are native to lakes, reservoirs, and rivers throughout the Midwest but have also been introduced to lakes throughout the country. White bass spawning activity occurs when the water temperatures reach between 55-65 and degrees, which can be anytime from March through May, …

Bass Hack: Why Red Lures CRUSH In The Spring

Some of best spring bass lures are crankbaits in crawfish colors such as brown and orange for bass in the spring because bass forage heavily on crustaceans during the season. I know red lipless crankbaits produced bass in the grass lakes of the South during the spring, but I never really tried them on my home waters of Lake of …

Why Do Shiny Baits Catch People So Many Fish?

When the sun is shining, throwing a bait that reflects the light increases your odds of catching fish. Various forage such as shad, crawfish, minnows, and worms all reflect ultraviolet light from the sun and bass see this reflection to key in on their prey. Shiny lures shine brightest in clear water but research has shown UV light penetrates murky …

All You Need To Know About Bass Fishing In The Wind

Wind can be beneficial or destructive when blowing across the land. A steady wind is good for turning windmills that generate power. A cool breeze provides relief from the heat of summer, but gales from a tornado or hurricane wreak devastation. Wind can also be beneficial or prohibitive for anglers depending on the time of year and the body of …

Your Complete Guide To Fishing The Crappie Spawn

When the dogwoods bloom, the crappie are biting. There’s a lot of truth to that saying throughout most of the country since dogwood blossoming time usually coincides with the crappie spawn in the spring. The warmer climate in the southern half of the country triggers crappie into spawning earlier in that region, but the northern half of the country warms …

Learn How To Catch Offshore Bass From A Professional Angler!

Offshore fishing can be tough, but with the right electronics and a little patience, it can pay off big time. Locating fish is the most challenging part of offshore fishing but once you do that, the fish will usually bite. Watch along as pro angler; Brian Latimer showcases his approach to offshore fishing. Stay On The Graph! Brian idles around …

Here Is One Simple Tackle Trick To Catch More Winter Bass

When the water is cold, a slow presentation is the key to catching bass. Bass are a warm-water species so the fish tend to move a lot slower in cold water throughout the winter and early spring. Enticing a sluggish bass to bite in cold water requires using a slow-moving lure but not necessarily a jig or soft plastics. Cold-water …

5 Early Spring Bass Baits That NEVER Let Me Down

Spring is just around the corner, and to me, that means one thing: BIG. FAT. BASS. After a long winter, I’m jacked up to start slinging baits and ripping lips. I’ve spent hours in the garage this winter stocking, organizing, and tweaking my fishing tackle for the upcoming season. With hundreds of baits to choose from, deciding what to tie …

Rub-A-Dub-Dub Winter Bass LOVE Grubs

The versatility of a plastic grub makes it an ideal lure for presenting horizontally or vertically to wintertime bass in clear waters. A twin-tail plastic grub attached to a 3/8- or 1/2-ounce standup jighead is my favorite lure to drag in ultra-clear water for bottom-hugging bass. If the water is stained, I prefer a bulkier bait so I attach the …

Why Are There So Many More Black And Blue Jigs Than Crankbaits?

Black and blue is one of the best color combinations for a bass jig, but the color combo has never really caught on with lure manufacturers of crankbaits. However, I have discovered the touring pros have been using all black or black-and-blue crankbaits to catch bass in certain situations throughout the years. The late great pro bass angler Guido Hibdon …