Category Archives for "Bass Fishing"

Winter Fishing for Bass: how to fish in cold weather

Winter Fishing Overview Winter fishing for bass need not be as hardcore as it sounds. While it’s true that bass will slow down as the water cools, that doesn’t necessarily mean that the party is over. Bass function just fine in water 38 degrees to 90. Don’t be put off by cooling weather. We’ll provide […]

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Is the Striped Bass Fishery dead?

Reading about the state of the striped bass migration off the coast of New Jersey this morning, I’m again struck with a bit of discourse and melancholy for a world that I perceive we’re losing. I sincerely hope I’m wrong. Dying, yes. However, hopefully not dead. Hope is a lousy strategy. Of course, we know […]

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Striped Bass: The Prince of Unpredictables

Consider the Facts Striped bass fishing is probably the toughest, most muscle-busting game ever camouflaged by the word sport. You will walk miles and cast for hours, clamber over perilous, barnacle-encrusted rocks.  You will fish night and day, from the beaches, from rock-scrabbled riverbanks and jetties, from the pitching, slippery decks of small boats.  You […]

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The Best Bass Fishing Lake in Texas

Are you a resident of the great state of Texas, or are you planning a visit soon, so you can fish in some of the beautiful lakes, or down on the Gulf Coast? Well, if you like to fish for bass, and if you want to fish in the best bass lake in not only […]

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How to Catch Peacock Bass in South Florida

If you live in South Florida and want to learn how to catch this beautifully colored and popular fish, this article will give you a crash course in finding and catching this beautiful, hard-fighting exotic fish. First off, you’ve got to have some motivation to catch a peacock!  Besides being fun to catch, peacock bass are […]

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How to Catch Big Bass: 5 Tips For Catching Lunkers

Learning how to catch big bass takes dedication, extensive trial and error, and lots of time on the water. You have to earn every pound of that lunker you’re after. That said, there are several basic tenets of trophy bass fishing that you can implement now to begin your journey to bigger bass.1. Decide That […]

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