History of Bass Fishing

Quick History of Bass Fishing

The history of bass fishing started over two hundred years ago, originally starting as a means to gather food. Over the years though, it has slowly progressed into a sport many different walks of people from all over the world enjoy participating in. A man by the name of Onesimus Ustonson began the first documented development in the history of bass fishing. He was the first bass fisherman to invent a multiplying fishing reel. Soon after the release of his invention, another inventor introducRead More…

Big Bass Baits

The Big Bass Baits

If you wondered what the PRO’s use to catch those big Bass here are some of the Lures and rig setups they use for top water and subsurface fishing for Bass. Now, here are some of my favorite TOP-WATER “Big Bass” baits that I strongly recommend to try. 1. A “full size” Zara Spook 2. A Buzz Bait 3. A “Soft” jerk bait 4. A Torpedo (Prop-Bait) 5. A large 6″ Gitzit (or tube bait) These baits have caught more larger bass for me and my students and charter clients than most top watRead More…

How To Become A Pro Bass Fisherman

Three Tips On How To Become A Pro Bass Fisherman

How to become a pro bass fisherman? This is a common question that is being asked within many internet forums. Becoming a pro is not as difficult as you may think. Using refined techniques, studying bass intensely, and selecting the best bait for your hooks will help you emerge as a professional in a reasonable amount of time! Having a deep understanding of bass will help you take your fishing game to the next level. Bass are known to be aggressive hunters. They have the preference of waitingRead More…

Easy Bass Fishing Tips

Easy Bass Fishing Tips

1. The most basic tip that every freshwater fisherman, pro or beginner, needs to know and abide by everytime they go fishing, is to make their bait look presentable whether it be by adding a soft-plastic trailer, or putting an artificial scent on it. both largemouth and smallmouth bass would be much more attracted to an in-line spin bait with a soft plastic trailer with a fishy stench radiating off of it than they would just an unscented, bland-colored float worm. You want to make sure your baitRead More…