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Anyone that does any amount of fishing has had to learn how to use plastic worms to catch bass. It doesn’t matter if you are fishing for large or smallmouth bass worms work extremely well. They are most anglers primary bait and every anglers fall back if their favorite is not working. They are simple to use and come in many varieties.
Because there are so many varieties the choices can be confusing and you will have to experiment some in the waters you fish to actually find out works best. However there are some general guidelines on how to choose which color and size to use.
Fluorescent colors retain their color in deep waters whereas other colors turn a shade of grey. Color can be something to consider after you find the bass. If they’re following the lure, tapping it, or just not hitting it and you tried different presentations, try a different color of the same lure. In general, use dark colors in water with little light penetration such as muddy or stained water, and cloudy or windy days. And use light colors in water with more light penetration – i.e. clear water, sunny or calm days, etc. Use natural colors. Big bass learn from being caught not to resort to their curiosity to react to everything unnatural. That’s why natural looking baits produce bigger bass.
There are many opinions about what size to use and again you will have to experiment in your local waters to find out what works best in your waters. As a general rule use 6-7 ½ inch worms for big bass and 4 inch at all other times. Do not take this as a hard and fast rule as I fish the 4 inch worm with a lot of success catching both average and large bass.
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Many people who are just starting out in the sport of bass fishing sometimes find it difficult to determine when the best time to catch bass really is. Or – even if these rookies know the best times to fish – it can be tough to decide which method to use to actually catch the bass once they’ve started fishing. The good news is that bass fishing has become such a prolific sport that there’s no shortage of advice to help get you through those troubling start-up times.
Bass, like most creatures, will usually stop biting during the hottest times of the day. So during the summer months when the sun’s especially brutal, your best bet is to wait and enjoy the relative calm and cool of night fishing. Bass fishing at night is best when you’re sure that the water won’t drop below sixty degrees. Night fishing is a pretty much a sure bet if you’re fishing during the months of July and August. If you’re fishing in the southern states, you could potentially fish at night for the majority of the year as temperatures may only be below eighty degrees for three or four months during the hardest portion of the winter.
If you’re going to fish at night, you shouldn’t have to change your habits too much. Simply go out to deep water and look for the large rock formations and crevices on the bottom that provide shelter for the bass to hide out in. This will increase your chances of catching a good-sized bass. Of course, you’ll need to remember that in the dog days of summer when temperatures are in the 100o+ plus range, it’ll be difficult to catch bass at any depth above twenty feet, even at night.
Another technique to use when you’re night fishing is to use a heavier type of bait or lure. There are several reasons to do this. One is that you’ll probably need to get as deep into the water as possible to attract the best fish and a heavier tackle will allow you to do this. The other is to use a heavy tackle on the line to help you feel when you’re close to snagging a fish since it will be far more difficult for you to see anything at night. This sensation of feeling your catch and using that as a means of guiding you through your night-time fishing expedition is a great way to get even more in touch with your overall fishing experience.
Since you’ll be going out at night, it’s best to take as little equipment as possible so that you don’t clog up your boat with unnecessary clutter that will only get tangled up in the end. However, don’t skimp out on the safety equipment you’ll need at night. Some people who fish at night use black lights to help them see the nylon line – which glows under the black light – and to keep their equipment in check. If you plan to fish at night alone, you’ll also want to have basic first aid equipment and a cell phone in case of emergencies.
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Here is some footage I took at Harpers Ferry WV. This is where the Potomac River and Shenandoah River meet. I fished the Potomac side. I ended up catching 6 fish in a few hours of fishing. I caught all of my fish on different lures. I caught them on a Kompact Craw, 1/4 Strike King Buzzbait with a Uncle Josh grub, and a Huddleston Weedless Shad. Enjoy! Please Subscribe!
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Catching Giant Smallmouth Bass on Lake Simcoe
Here are the basics on how I find fish on any given day without going into seasonal patterns.
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Maine has some of the best smallmouth bass fishing around. Why wouldn’t it be great fishing with all the clear lakes and rivers.
The smallmouth bass is a feisty little fighter when caught and you are trying to bring him to land. And there is nothing like the thrill of seeing this feisty fish jumping out of the water.
Everybody (that wants to) can catch a smallmouth bass, you do not need to be an expert fisherman. Take it from me, I do not like to fish, but after I caught my first bass, I can’t wait to go bass fishing.
There are so many sporting camps on lakes in Northern Maine where you can try your luck at catching a bass. It’s not uncommon to catch a three to four pound bass, a nice fish to remember!
Read below what vacationers and fisherman have said about their vacations and bass fishing in Maine.
Kathy writes: It was nice to come to a place where people treat you like family. I hope this was the first of many visits to Maine. And it sure helped when I caught the biggest fish of the trip. A sixteen inch Bass!
Bill writes: Arrived today at our camp on Jackson Brook Lake and my son Jake caught a 15″ bass right off the dock. Boy is he excited and guess what a few minutes later his Mom got a Whopper Too!!!
At Birchwood Cottages and Guide Service in Brookton Maine, you can enjoy smallmouth bass fishing on Jackson Brook Lake and after a great day of fishing you can relax in your cottage on the shore of Jackson Brook Lake and listen to the call of the loons. What could be more exciting and relaxing at the same time.
Birchwood Cottages And Guide Service offers housekeeping cottages on the shore of Jackson Brook Lake in Brookton Maine. Guided fishing trips are offered or you can fish on your own.
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Bassmaster Elite Series Rookie Brandon Coulter breaks down the Tennessee river and gives some helpful tips on fishing in the late winter / early spring. Stay tuned for more comprehensive tips that will help you catch more fish
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