"I am going to give you a secret. The secret is…there are no secret lures to throw during and after the water turns over. This year, a week before the thermocline disappeared, I was catching bass on a Strike King 6XD in 15 feet of water. Now, I am catching them on a 5XD in 10-12 feet of water, just a couple hundred yards from where I was. So if the bass were chewing on crank baits before, they will probably still bite one now. The same applies to your jigs, drop shots, swim baits, ned rigs, etc. "
Bass Fishing in the Spring is all about following the bass transition and migration from their winter depths to the spawning flats. The process will begin slow as the first fish stage on the mouths of creeks. As the water warms and days lengthen the bass will migrate towards the backs of creeks. The key to success in catching these bass is to target the prime areas they stage to feed before they spawn.Continue reading
Jig Trailers are essential when jig fishing for bass. Without the trailer, the jig doesn't resemble a real life bait. The right trailer depends on selecting the right action. Match the hatch. Pair the lure's action with water and fishing conditions. Know when to use a zoom chunk, rage craw, or grub.Continue reading
Jig Fishing can be intimating. Especially for beginners. But the jig is hands down the best bass fishing lure. It catches Big Bass! Understanding a few reasons why the jig shines as the go to bass fishing lure and using a couple fishing tips to gain confidence you too will be on your way to being a bass fishing pro.Continue reading