bass lures for summer

a big worm is the original offshore bass fishing lure. but the concept behind worm fishing is still pretty basic: get a big bait to the fish and keep it on the bottom. if current is detectable on your fishing spot, pick a size that allows the bait to slightly tumble downstream. long rods pick up more line on a hookset than shorter ones, allow you direct contact to the fish, and the leverage to move a big bass away …

best weedless bass lures

(here’s my favorite weedless jig) if you’re going after bass and went the greatest chance of success you’re going to need to find a great weedless lure. here are a few of my favorite weedless lures. bass anglers have long touted the benefits of a jig and pig combo in heavy weeds. with a ton of great colors and styles on the market there’s a pad crasher lure for everybody. weedless lures come in all shapes and sizes, but the …

weedless bass lures

when it comes to bass fishing lures, there are tons of choices. but when it comes to overall bass-catching ability, the weedless lures let us target bass right where they live: in the thick stuff. regardless of where you are, largemouth bass are often hanging out in areas that force us to be snag-proof. the best lures for a bass angler involve those that let him ply the weed beds and milfoil mats that are nearly impossible to target without …

peacock bass lures

the butterfly peacock (also called peacock bass) is a prevalent freshwater game fish introduced to south florida in 1984. it is readily caught by shoreline and boat anglers using various tackle and bait, ranging from live shiners to artificial lures and flies. in the united states, the most common one is the butterfly peacock bass and is a medium-sized species ranging from 6 to 15 pounds. peacock bass fishing trips are done throughout the year, but typically there are two …

best bass lures for summer

you can fish fast, with a topwater plug or crankbait, to cover water and find active bass. there’s always some type of topwater bite going on during the summer, and you can fish the sexy dawg in shallow water around laydowns and docks or out in open water.” how he fishes it: “i look for shallow fish relating to some type of wood cover, suspended off of the bottom, and i’ll walk this bait right over their heads. but depending …