Bass Fishing Tips

Bass Fishing Tips

1. STUDY BASS BEHAVIORS A good foundation regarding which senses largemouth bass rely on most to feed, how they relate to structure, and the temperature they usually feed in the most, which is usually in a 60-80 degree range , will help a lot and be a great foundation for you. This will get you on the right track to srat fishing. 2. KNOW THE FISHING RULES THAT APPLY TO LARGEMOUTH BASS IN YOUR AREA Knowing the fishing rules that apply to bass in your state is super important when fishing. Learning the rules is an important part of bass fishing, so read a copy of your state freshwater fishing rules and learn about tackle and gear restrictions, the fishing seasons, limits on bags, limits of size, and any special laws about your states waters. 3. MAKE SURE YOU ARE CONFORTABLE WITH YOUR EQUIPEMENT You do not have to use a specific reel or rod to catch your bass if you have never used one in the past. If you are more experienced and comfortable with a spinning reel, just use that until you get more experience with other types of reels. Build up your confidence by using gear that you are used to working with. There is so much time to learn how to fish with baitcasters afterward. Just have fun for now! 4. TRY TO USE SOFT PLASTIC BAITS As a beginner, if you want to learn how to fish using fake bait, try using some soft plastic stick baits. These are one of the best and easiest artificial baits you can use for largemouth bass. Bring two or three different colors. If you are not getting any bites with the first color you try, switch it up t to see if it makes a difference. It probably will in most cases. 5. START OUT FISHING IN SMALLER PONDS AND LAKES Almost every angler can catch this fish within a short drive from their home. Just find a small lake or pond that’s quick and easy for you to get to. You are so much more likely to fish there more often, get more practice, and experience more success in largemouth fishing this way. You are also more likely to stick with it if you start fishing at a spot that’s close and convenient for you. 6. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT The only way to score become an expert in bass fishing for beginners is to know and practice hot to properly catch and release the fish. You need to know not only know how to catch the bass, but also know how to safely release them back into the water. When you do this properly, you are helping by doing your part to help us all ensure our fish population will continue to grow for many more years to come. #HappyFishing