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What is the best way to catch a largemouth bass?

What is the best way to catch a largemouth bass?

Bass Fishing Tips: How to Catch Bass

  1. Save Shredded Worms. When your plastic worms get torn up, save ’em.
  2. Red Fools the Fish.
  3. Skip Your Bait.
  4. Keep Your Hooks Sharp.
  5. Look at Your Livewell Water.
  6. Face the Wind.
  7. Fish Shallow in the Spring.
  8. Make Your Bait Seasonal.

What is the best setup for bass fishing?

These five bass rigs are versatile and will keep the fish interested.

  • Ned Rig. Created by Ned Kehde, this midwestern finesse tactic is starting to fill a lot of live wells and boat ramp conversations.
  • Shakey Head. When the bite gets tough, this is a go-to rig.
  • Jig and Pig.
  • Texas Rig.
  • Carolina Rig.

Do I need a sinker for bass fishing?

Sinkers can range in weight from 1/64 ounce up to 2 ounces for most bass fishing applications. If you need to punch your lure through some matted grass in 10 feet of water, you might want to use a 1-ounce slip sinker to get the bait through the cover and down to the bass underneath.

How should I set my bass fishing line?

Slide a cone-shaped weight onto the line with the point facing the end of the line. Tie on a worm hook and thread a rubber worm on so that the tip of the hook is hidden. The cone-shaped weight will slide up and down the line as you fish for bass, which creates line action that they are attracted to.

Do you use swivels for bass fishing?

Barrel Swivels are particularly useful when fish ultra-deepwater with a drop shot rig and the fishing line has the tendency to twist many times when reeling in. This twisting decreases the overall strength of the line and can cause breakage well below its poundage rating.

What triggers bass to feed?

In some situations, with schooling bass, a feeding spree is triggered by the presence of schools of forage fish near the surface of the lake. Quite frequently, bass increase their feeding activity in accordance with moon phase. The search for their preferred temperature (about 70 degrees F.)

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