Have you ever wondered why so many people love to go bass fishing? The answer is simple, bass give you a great fight each and every time. It really does not matter if you are fishing for small mouth or large mouth because they both put up an awesome fight. Now that we have got that out of the way lets talk about learning and tips. Experience is everything! What I mean is both your own and others who have the knowledge through years of trial and error experience. Do not be afraid to hit the pond every chance you get and start trying new techniques and baits / lures. If you have a video phone, tape yourself while fishing. Discuss with the camera where you are and what the current conditions are. Do not forget to mention the bait or lure you are using and the success or failure of each. It would also be a good idea to talk about the weather conditions at the time and where you had the most strikes.
Here are a few answers to possible questions you have asked about bass fishing tips…..
Where is the best place to find bass in a pond? We recommend you start fishing around trees and branches that have fallen in, around stumps, and cat tails. Be careful around these areas though, because there is a greater chance of snaging and losing your bait.
What should I do with a bass once I catch one? We recommend you always catch and release the fish. It only makes sense to put them back if your not going to eat them. This also gives the fish a chance to get bigger, and the next trip you take to the pond a better fight from a bigger fish.
What color bait do bass like or love better? We recommend you use yellow, green, or the combination of both with stripes and a hint of red. Once you start fishing for bass in deeper waters the color does not matter as much because of the lack of light at these depths.
What is better… bass fishing from a John Boat or fishing from the bank? Our reasoning is this. If you can reach the majority of the pond from the bank, and it is not being heavily fished by other anglers at the time then it really does not matter. But, if these other factors are in place then you should probably bring your boat with you and expect to fish in the areas others are unable to reach.
What are the best lakes in NC for bass fishing? We think you should try Kerr Lake, Apalachia Lake, Badin Lake, Lake Lure, and Hiwassee Lake. All of these offer great bass fishing while visiting in North Carolina.
What are the best lakes in VA for bass fishing? We think you should try Gaston Lake, Moomaw Lake, Philpott Lake, and also Smith Mountain Lake. They offer some of the best bass fishing in Virginia.
If you are fishing for the best bass fishing tips this is one of the biggest in the US. Bass are most common in lakes, ponds, and rivers. There are so many different techniques that are effective with the large variety of baits at your disposal. Some of the best baits that we have found and recommend, are the rubber worm, artificial minnows, and buzz baits.
In our experiences of early morning fishing trips, we recommend there is nothing like a buzz bait to get the job done. For the most action on your buzz baits, use them around fallen trees, cat tails, and even right down alongside the waters edge.
Other tips are, as the water starts to warm up, bass tend to head to deeper water where it is cooler. We recommend that you switch to artificial minnows at this time. Artificial minnows come in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles that will work almost anywhere, and remember what we mentioned earlier about the colors and do not waste your money buying every color immaginable. Only a few different ones will do just fine.
One of our bass fishing tips is bass will hit just about anything. So it does not matter where you go or what you use or how you use it, you are still likely to get some action one way or another. More than anything while fishing, concentrate on your reeling in technique and proper location because they have the most benefit in the long run. After you have all this figured out, remember that above all else you are fishing for fun and relaxation!