Winter Bass Fishing Tips for Deep Bass- Spoons and Buddy Blades

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Top Five Huge Bass Fishing Mistakes

There are TONS of mistakes people make when bass fishing, but I’ll make it quick, don’t wanna take up too much of your time, so I’ll just point out the top five most common bass fishing mistakes…


The number 1 biggest mistake I see people make would have to be tossing their line out and then reeling it right back in!

What you should really do is, toss your line out and let it sit there… where ever it lands and wait, wait, and wait (30 seconds and more at times). This alone will do wonders to your fish count if it doesn’t already!

It’s usually tough to see under water even for fish, which is why you NEED to put this next tip to use at all times…


When you toss your lure into the water don’t just let it sit there… Reel in your line until there is no slack left, then snap and even jerk your wrist towards you to stir up some vibration, and commotion in the water.

By doing this you will create loads of curiosity around your bait, fish will come to see what’s going on and quickly see a delicious little meal(your hook) bouncing around and it will immediately turn into a feeding frenzy, your lure will be irresistible to them!


I see it all the time, most fisherman have a go to bait that they can always count on to catch fish when nothing else is working. This is fine until this bait turns into the only thing you use…

It’s always a wise decision to keep your go to bait as a go to bait and keep switching your lures constantly (every 10-15 minutes) if you aren’t catching anything!


Don’t lose your focus, I know fishing is supposed to be a relaxing sport and hobby but you still need to pay attention to what your doing, at least some what…

I’ve realized I always tend to do best when I first start fishing, Why? Because I’m psyched to be out on the water fishing (off shore or on the boat) I’m totally pumped!

But what happens when it’s been a few hours or more?

You get tired, relaxed, and calmed down which in turn causes “LOSS OF FOCUS”. If you can just remember where you need to be casting, to jiggle your bait, and every once in awhile change up your lure if your not having much luck, you should be just fine!


No luck? …Keep moving! If you aren’t catching anything change it up, leave that spot…

I don’t care how many fish you caught or what you heard about a spot if you don’t get anything within 15 – 20 minutes…LEAVE, and leave fast, There’s nothing there, not today at least, don’t waste your time!

These are just a few of the mistakes people tend to make when fishing for bass… if you’d like more FREE advice along with loads of bass fishing tips, tricks, techniques, news and more… check out my site below!

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Lure Fishing #165 – Swim Jig and Ned Rig Smallmouth Bass Fishing

Total smallmouth bass in the video: 22
Total fallfish in the video: 1

Best smallmouth bass in the video: 5:13
Best fallfish in the video: 1:53

I was river fishing in New York during fall (mid October, 2016). I was jigging and drifting tube jigs, burning swim jigs, and drifting a ned rig for smallmouth bass. I ended up landing some smallmouth bass and a fallfish.

This is one of many videos in the Lure Fishing series — watch others for triple-digit numbers of fish, trophy fish, the tips and techniques I pick up along the way, and more!