A great day of fishing Philly, we each caught our first smallmouth and also some other mixed species fish.
A great day of fishing Philly, we each caught our first smallmouth and also some other mixed species fish.
Any experienced bass fisher will tell you how vital a good bass fishing boat is to your endeavors. Bass fishing boats are truly vital to successful bass fishing, because the type of boat used will have a substantial impact on your bass fishing opportunities.
Advantages of Bass Fishing Boats
Another great benefit of a good bass fishing boat is how little noise it will make. This means that you can leave the boat running if you choose without scaring the fish away. Any person who loves to fish knows how important a quiet boat is to fishing success.
Shopping for a Bass Fishing Boat
If you're lucky, you can get a great deal on a used bass fishing boat. Fortunately, even brand new bass fishing boats are very reasonably priced. You can get a really nice bass fishing boat without going broke. The smart thing to do is to shop around carefully. That's how you can be sure you're getting the best deal on the right boat. Keep your budget in mind while shopping. Remember that the best boat is not always the most expensive.
You might not find the perfect bass fishing boat right away. It sometimes takes a good bit of time and effort to find exactly what you want. There are so many different boats from which to select, and you want to be sure to get a great deal on an excellent boat. It can be pretty frustrating to try to figure it all out and find your best option. It's too bad you can not buy them all!
Finding the perfect bass fishing boat [http://www.knowbassfishing.com/Bass_Fishing_Resorts/] is well worth the effort. When you make your choice, you will know that you're getting the best bass fishing boat for you. And if it gets too frustrating for you, you can always enlist the help of professionals who are ready and willing to help you make the right decision. Getting a professional opinion can help you make the best decision.
However you are an ultimate decision maker when it comes to selecting which bass fishing boat is right for you. Remember to have patience and think about the end result. It may feel like checking out all the different options takes forever, but you'll be glad you did. It's not such a big deal when you keep the big picture in mind. Your time and trouble will all be worth it when you're out on the water in the great new bass fishing boat of your dreams.
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Now that hunting is almost over it is now time to move on to my other favorite sport and that is fishing. In this article I'm going to share with you a few fishing tips and show you how to kick some bass! I have enjoyed many years bass fishing for fun and would like to share some of the things that I have learned over the years.
The first thing I would like to share with you is how to pick a good bass fishing spot. The first thing I look for is low overhanging branches above a weed bed. This has seemed to be a hot spot over the years for me as I have a countless big bass at these very spots. Give it a try and let me know how it turns out.
The next thing that you will need to do to kick some bass is to choose the correct lure. I usually just use a purple worm on a 1/0 hook. There are so many lures out on the market but some of the simplest have turned out to be best for me.
The final and most important bass fishing tip I have for you is to perfect your style of casting. I just use a back handed flip style to cast out under the branches and against the bank. Then I just use a slow reeling and an occasional jerking method to retrieve. Whatever style you choose just make sure that you are comfortable and productive. Fishing is a sport designed to relax you not something you should work hard at.
I am confident if you use my tips that I have given you then you will soon be kickin bass! Good luck fellow anglers!
Bass fishing is just one of the many types of angling. You can find bass in rivers, lakes, streams, fresh water, and salt water basically anywhere that there is water you can find bass to catch. As long as there is food, oxygen, and cover there will be bass present when you are fishing. If you are fishing in a river with a lot of mangrove cover and trees with roots digging into the ground you will find and catch bass.
Even though a bass loves crawfish and it's the favorite food they will eat anything from snakes to rats and that's not listing all the things in between like insects, mice, lizards just anything that could fall in the water a bass would more than likely eat.
If you want to find the right bass hole then you need to get a depth finder and all the gadgets so you know how cool the water is and how deep you are. These game fish want the water to be cool because cooler water equals more bass since they thrive in the cooler water that has more oxygen in it. If you were to go fishing in the spring or early summer you might catch a few but from September to about November you should be catching them like crazy if you are in good cool water temps.
A bass is like a hunter, they will ambush the food in which they are trying to get and eat. For these game fish to live they need to be in cover and if they feel like they are able to be seen easy they will move to get better cover. Cover is the main thing to a bass if it thinks that another fish can spot him out and see him he will move to better cover. They want to take good cover because that is their nature to be an ambusher that is the only way that they can catch their food because in their little habitat they are pretty big fish that can be seen fairly easily.
So if you are trying to catch one of these aggressive game fish you need to think like them and fish where there is lots of cover and shade and where you know that they are and where they would hide. If you go in the middle of summer then you are not likely to catch any and are only going to sweat and not catch anything at all. You want to fish for them in the cooler months of the year so they are in well cooled water and can take cover. The more oxygen the cooler the water that is what a bass is always looking for is more oxygen. Where you find a drop in temperature is where you will find big fat bass just hiding and taking cover.
Using live bait in the morning and trolling Cow catcher Umbrella Rigs in the afternoon to catch some nice Striped Bass up to 25lbs. Accurate reels are so versatile that we don’t even switch gear from live bait to trolling. Just snap on a line-counter and go.
Are you a bass fishing enthusiast? If so, then you will know that there are a lot of different techniques that you can use to catch a lot of fish. And one of these technique is the use of the proper bait. With a good bait, you can really cause a lot of ruckus and catch a lot of fish if you know what you are doing.
When going bass fishing, there are a ton of baits that you can use to make it easier for you to catch fish. It is the intent of this article to share with you these baits and how you can use them to catch more fish. Here's the first bait that we will take a look at for you to catch the kind of fish that you desire.
1) Buzz baits
This is a top choice for a lot of bass fishers. These kind of baits act something like a spinner bait. These kind of bait entice the fish by creating a rippling effect on the water and it causes the fish to see what it is that is causing the rippling along the water. Baits like this will catch the fish dead in their tracks and will land you a good sized fish. Here's another bait that you can use to catch more bass.
2) Crank bait
Crank bait is made out of a different amount of materials. These are usually wood or plastic, and it includes a diving lip on the front of it. This diving lip causes the bait to emulate the movements of diving, wobbling and swimming of an ordinary target – which causes the bass to strike quickly and swiftly. The more bigger the diving lip, the deer it can go into the water, thereby increasing your chances of catching more fish. Here's another kind of bait that you can use.
3) Carolina rig
This kind of bait is excellent for catching bass. This is kind of a spin-off of the "Texas rig" bait, and is good for using with soft bait. This a bait that is good for beginners and with a lot of practice and can really be an effective means to catch more fish. Here's another kind of bait you can use.
4) Jig baits
This is preferred by a lot of bass fishers. This kind of bait can take the shape of plastic skirts and a lot of fishers combine with crawfish, plastic worm, or even a frog. With that being said, it's still an excellent way to catch more fish.
All of these baits can be used to catch more bass wherever you live.
Be sure to start using them today so that you can catch more fish.
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Have you ever had a person try to be an authority on a subject they knew nothing about? After talking to that person for a while you realize that he really doesn’t know what’s he talking about, let alone be able to teach it to anyone. There are people like that in every subject including bass fishing. So, you might want to ask yourself what do I want to look for when I subscribe to a bass fishing magazine or buy a bass fishing book.
Over the years, I have bought thousands of books and magazines on bass fishing. Many of them were outstanding but a few, once you got reading them made you wonder if the author had even went bass fishing in his life. Yes, they gave you bass fishing tips and told you how to use the newest bass fishing lure but overall it looked like he just read about the technique somewhere then copied it to his book or magazine. The technique he wrote about didn’t go into detail about how he used it personally or if he had any success with it in his own experience.
So, the very first thing I look for is experience, does the author or publisher of the magazine or bass fishing book have experience? I am not talking about a year of bass fishing or writing bass fishing reports that the local bait store has given them the information to write. Does the author actually use what he is recommending? If he is telling you how to win bass fishing tournaments, has he personally ever fished in them? I am talking about honest to goodness “I have caught bass for 10 years experience” and I can help you catch more bass by teaching you this method.
The second thing I look for is easy reading. I don’t want some big worded, long drawn out article about a certain aspect of bass fishing. I want something I can read, get the point of what the author is saying about the bass fishing technique and move on to the next article or chapter. Forget all the “fluff” the author has added to make the bass fishing article or story longer, just give it to me straight so I can move on to the next chapter and learn more bass fishing techniques.
I am a visual person, so I want pictures! I want to see what you’re talking about. I want to see the results of that big fish you landed using the technique you’re telling me to use. I want to see a diagram of the knot you used and how to tie it if you’re going to tell me to tie my line a certain way. If I am reading a book you wrote, I want to see pictures of that 10 pound bass you caught. So, the third thing I look for is pictures to prove to me you actually did what you said with this great bass fishing tip and so I can learn how to tie that knot with a diagram.
The fourth thing I want is access to your bass fishing homepage. I want somewhere I can go and follow up on other techniques to use. I also want a place I can check you out and read your other bass fishing articles or chapters of your books to really see if you know what you’re talking about when you tell me the way I should be bass fishing, and a place I can check your bio out to see if it matches the experience your telling me you have.
The fifth thing I want is simplicity. I don’t want to have to go out and buy a new bass boat just to try out your fantastic bass fishing tip or your new fangled bass fishing method. I don’t want to buy anything except maybe a new lure, rod, or a reel to catch fish with your technique. I want to be able to use this wonderful bass fishing tip even if I fish from shore. (Some exceptions to this rule, like deep water fishing, etc.) My point is I don’t want to have to buy some new expensive gadget to catch bass. Just give me the basics that almost anyone can use regardless, of where they fish for bass.
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