Bass Fishing Tips

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There are 40 million people in the United States of America fishing today.

In the last 25 years the sport of bass fishing has grown into a billion dollar industry which shows no signs of slowing down. One of the main reasons for its popularity is that bass fishing is a challenge, a thrill, a catch worth getting. When they do strike, it is a behavior that is learned.

Sure this list isn't everything you need to know about fishing but using these basic techniques will insure you to have a "good day fishing.

Your rod should also have at least two hundred to three hundred feet of fishing line. . With just a little advice this could have made for a better experience and more than likely created another fishing addict like myself. This would also be a good time to check the weather channel or newspaper for the up to date weather forecast.

Especially because these same fisherman might have read a piece of information that you have not, and this tip could be reflected in their bass fishing. What About Bass.


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Of course, you need to make sure that the knots are all on tightly before you go out fishing.

Or you might not know that there are certain times of the day that will increase or decrease your chances of catching bass fish.

Trout tend to be looking upstream for food, explaining the success of fishing "from" downstream while wading upstream. Your weight should not drag, but should only touch the bottom every now and then. Note that a tippet that is three feet long will set the fly six inches up to two feet off the bottom.

Your tips could help other bass fishers and sharing them will make you feel good in the process. I met him at the dock and told him to load his gear in the boat and offered him a life jacket and away we went. I did not notice what he had loaded at first except he had a nice big new tackle box, as we moved away I asked where is your rod and reel.

You might also need a live bait container (such as a minnow bucket or aworm box), a stringer or an ice chest to keep your catch fresh, a landing net, rod- and- reel cases and a first- aid kit for minor emergencies.

You are sure to find more tips than you may ever be able to read.

We still have a few small things to do before setting out. He had one large red and white spoon and I told him to use that and made sure he let out enough line for what we were doing. I believe I was praying for him to get the first strike and sure enough he did after about 15 minutes or so and the fun began.

Now that we have got all the scary stuff done, its time to leave, right WRONG ! I did not believe he would get the fish to the boat but he did although to fast, I had the net and told him to slow down, he did not hear me as I leaned over to net the fish he had it reeled up to about 2 feet from the tip of that little rod, all that pike did was lean on the line and he was gone.

These bass ponds tend to be in the middle of nowhere - they are prevalent throughout North America - and they house very aggressive bass who will strike a larger variety of colours and lures. These bass ponds tend to be in the middle of nowhere - they are prevalent throughout North America - and they house very aggressive bass who will strike a larger variety of colours and lures.