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 …

7 Trout Lures You Can Rely On All Winter Long

Trout are classified as cold-water fish so when water temperatures turn frigid they stay more active than warm water fish such as bass and crappie.  Trout do slow down in the winter, but the fish still eat whatever is available in the fishery they inhabit. Food becomes scarcer for trout in the winter but there are still small insects in …

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 …