The Secrets To Bass Fishing

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The Secrets To Bass Fishing

You just recently discovered the wonderful hobby of fishing but you aren’t sure what to do next. Which fish should you try for? What bait do you use? Well, here is a bit of info to help you get started on your fishing journey. This will help you take the guesswork out of one of the most favorite past times – Bass fishing. So lets get started on giving you some secrets of Bass fishing.

First, you must know what type of Bass you are going to fish for. This will help you in choosing the right equipment.. There are several types of Bass, including, but not limited to, large mouth bass, small mouth bass, fresh water bass and so on. Once you know what you are trying to catch, you can choose your bait. If you are a novice at this, you can check with the local bait shops to learn what works best in certain areas and they can also help you with other tackle issues as well.

Knowing what the bass normally eats will help you in choosing the right bait to catch them. Take the big mouth bass, for instance. He will eat almost anything that hits the water, so it will be easy to figure out what bait you should get. If you have ever heard of “fly fishing” , you have heard of Bass fishing. This is also a great sport for those who do not like to sit around waiting for a bite, as your chances are better catching a bass if you are casting and reeling frequently. Bass love to eat things that land on the water, so the frequent casting and reeling give that effect, making it easier to catch them.

Now you know what to use and how to use it, but where to find the big mouth bass? Many people make the mistake of going out into the middle of the lake to try to catch the big one. Well, here is a little secret on where the big guys hide. Big mouth Bass are usually found near rocks or near shore under the brush. There is no special time of year to go looking for these guys, as they are around all year, it just depends on the fisherman. Some people prefer bass fishing in the fall, as it is not too cold and the bass are usually larger since they are getting ready for the winter. If you live in a warmer climate, you might want to give it a try just after spawning is over, near the end of summer.