Month: January 2018

Smallmouth Bass Fishing – Tips For Success

[ad_1] One of the most enjoyable fish to catch in freshwater is the smallmouth bass. In this article, I'm going to outline some simple, yet amazingly smallmouth bass fishing tips that will help most any angler enjoy much more fishing success. These tips for success have been learned through more that fifty years of combined …

Largemouth Bass Fishing – 3 Ways to Catch More Bass on Your Next Fishing Trip

[ad_1] There may be no subject more written about than largemouth bass fishing. Fishing for largemouth bass is a very popular activity, and in many areas of the United States the most popular fish to target the largemouth bass. In this article I'm going to discuss 3 ways to catch more bass on your next …

Mini-Crossbow Fishing to Feed my Pet Largemouth Bass!

WARNING: I Shoot Fish with my crossbow and catch lizards to feed my pet Largemouth bass named Shamu! No animals were unnecessarily wasted in this video! Only used for food! *Special Thanks to my friend @Metalcalfray for sending me this amazing miniature crossbow set! My buddy @rawwfishing’s channel: Check out my Instagram @Catch_em_all_fishing: source

Smallmouth Bass Fishing – Tips to Catch More Bass

[ad_1] When it comes to smallmouth bass fishing there are hundreds of tips to help you catch more bass. In this article I'm going to give you three tips that you may have never heard of. These tips have helped me catch many smallmouth bass over the last 25 years, and I know they will …

Spring Bass Fishing Lures

[ad_1] This article will outline some of the more popular and effective spring bass fishing lures available to anglers. Picking a lure for bass fishing can seem like quite a daunting task with all of the options available, and as you more than probably know, certain lures work better than others at certain times of …

Catching Bass On A Weedless Spoon

Fishermen are suckers for new ways to catch fish. New baits come and go. Some work some don’t. Some become regular tools in our arsenals. Some die a rusty death. The quest for new ways to fool fish often relegates old trusted baits to the bottom of the tackle box and then to dusty shelves …