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In this article I'm going to list some of the most effective types of bait for largemouth bass. This article will list the natural baits and the more popular lures that imitate them. Any of these baits can be used live as largemouth bass bait as well. As a matter of fact, fishing with live bait for largemouth can be extremely effective, and any of these baits work great for these voracious predators.
One of the main things to remember when it comes to fishing for largemouth bass is that these fish love cover. Some types of "bass fishing cover" would include: lily pads, submerged trees or brush, flood creek channels, and drop offs. They use cover to ambush their prey, and all of the baits below are prey for largemouth bass.
Large Aquatic & Terrestrial Insects – Large insects of all kinds are great largemouth bass bait. Depending on the body of water you're fishing in, the insects will change, but some of the more common are: hellgrammites, dragon flies, and large nymphs. The most popular artificial largemouth bass baits that imitate large insects are soft plastics, or Berkley's Gulp products (which are just like soft plastics, just more effective).
Crayfish – Crayfish are a very effective bait for largemouth bass. These fresh crustaceans are like candy for our silver friends. Large crayfish are an excellent bait for large bass. Live crayfish are difficult to fish with, but it can be done effectively with gang hooks. Some of the most popular artificial lures would include: The bush bug, Paca Craws, and the GYCD Fat Baby Craw.
Bait Fish – Bait fish are great bait for these bass, and the bait fish that's most prevalent in the body of water that you're fishing is your best bet. Bait fish can be used live or as artificial lures. Some of the more popular live bait fish for largemouth would include: scuds, shad, minnows or shiners and sunfish. Some of the more popular artificial versions that can be used as largemouth bass bait would include: The KickTail Minnow, Rapala's, Smithwick Rogues, and the Bomber Model A.
Frogs – Frogs are a great bait for these predators. As a matter of fact, largemouth bass are so predatory there do not even have to be a lot of frogs present in your fishing water for frogs to be effective. Live frogs are very difficult to fish with, but can be extremely effective. Some of the more popular artificial frogs would include: The Spro Brozeye Frog, Mann's Superfrog, and Berkley's Power frogs. All of these artificial frogs are very effective largemouth bass baits.
So, what are the best baits for largemouth bass? Any of the above will work very well, and should be added to your bass fishing arsenal sooner rather than later. At the end of the day, the "best" bait for largemouth will vary from situation to situation. Here the reason fishing for largemouth bass is so addictive and enjoyable, it's a puzzle that never really gets solved.
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The barometer is under a thousand with low pressure thunderstorms every where, I wanted to see if I could still make a bass attack a surface lure in an aggressive way like they would on a 1020 high pressure bite.
River Bass fishing is very popular due to the easy accessibility that fishing in the river provides. Oftentimes to reach the best fishing spots in a lake, you need a boat. But this is not the case with bass fishing in the river. But there are some differences to bass fishing in the river. The following quick tips for river bass fishing should remind you of these differences and help you land more fish.
- Ask the local bait store what the bass have been biting on . Common natural river baits include minnows, shad, crayfish, and worms among others. Follow the recommendation of the local bait store, and fish with either live bait, or throw lures that resemble what the fish have been feeding on.
- Downsize your offering. While river bass fishing remembers that generally speaking, the bass will be smaller than in the lake. This is due to a variety of factors including them having to swim against current, size of water body, and availability of food. You will find that jigs that you use to catch Crappie on the lake, will be very effective for Bass on the river.
- Cast upstream and reel your bait back slowly letting the current carry it downstream. Bass position themselves with their head upstream waiting for their prey to come floating down the river. Remember if you cast downstream, and reel back upstream, the fish is going to have to fight the current to catch up with your bait.
- River Bass fishing can be outstanding in the early spring . During the early spring bass will run up the river and into the feeder creeks to spawn where the water is warmer. Go fishing from late February to late April for your best opportunity for a good catch.
- Fish around deer holes in the river and around structure . The bass love to stage around these areas because the current is not as strong.
- Fish the shallower water in the morning and just before dark or on cloudy days. Fish the deer holes later in the day or on bright sunny days. A good technique is to cast your lure on shore, and bring back into the water slowly. Many times you will find a bass waiting to swallow it.
Cold weather doesn’t always mean deep water fishing. Repeated casts to an area can cause a reaction bite or a bite out of aggravation. If you think an area is holding bass but they aren’t biting. Toss your bait there multiple times. As always… Thanks for watching and good luck.
-SO! As most of you know we ordered a brand new bass boat in early February and its still “not ready”. Sure we added a few state of the art modifications like rocket boosters and submarine mode but thats besides the point.
– Anywho, today we’re going to relieve a little stress and stretch the legs a bit doing some shore fishing.
-Target Species: Big fat largemouth bass.
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Smallmouth bass are amazing predators. They thrive across the country in cold and warm water alike. These bronzebacks are incredible fighters and feed aggressively, even in the coldest of water. Keep an eye on the channel as there is an entire series of smallmouth videos coming soon!
Tim used the Matt Allen swimbait head paired with a keitech to create a unique rocking action that these bass had never seen before. We were getting bit on nearly every cast when the big one made her mistake. Smallmouth, like most bass is prone to schooling. By triggering the smaller bass we were able to fire up the school and get this giant to make a mistake.
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