Some Bass Fishing Facts

Bass fishing has a fascinating history. It started in the late 18th century and continues to progress until today.

It probably was originally practiced in search for food among the people in the south of the United States. Since then, it has started gaining numerous audiences of all ages and nations. Today, countries such as Australia, Cuba, South Africa, United States and most of Europe participate in this kind of event.


• The year 1768 or 1770 represents the birth of bass fishing sports. Onesimus Ustonson introduced his first multiplying reels to the fishing gurus and lovers. It was later developed into bait caster.

• William Shakespeare Jr. materializes the production of a level wind device and secured its patent on 1897.

• The William J. Jamison Co introduced the overly ornamented Shannon Twin Spinner in 1915 and was improved to create today’s spinner baits.

• In 1932, President Franklin D. Roosevelt instituted the creation of Tennessee Valley Authority and encouraged the creation and building of numerous dams. These dams were later used for culturing different varieties of bass fishes.

• Five years later, DuPont Company filed patent for nylon fishing net, this was later developed into nylon monofilament fishing line.

• The year 1992 is one of the most glorious events in the history of bass fishing. Larry Nixon, the famous fisherman in the history of bass fishing won $1 M total earnings for this sport on this year.

Bass Fish

Several fish species that are being caught in the bass fishing events are the following:

• Micropterus salmoides (Lacepede) – Largemouth Bass

• Micropterus dolomieui – Smallmouth bass

• Micropterus punctatus – Kentucky Bass

Other species of Micropterus are also caught but one that remains popular is the Largemouth bass. However, it should be emphasized that Australian Bass are different from the above North American Bass variants although most share similar features.

Perhaps, the most robust success of Bass Fishing was in the 1950s. The popularity of the game during this period is the springboard to the development of modern fishing equipments from bass boats, rods, lines, lures and various fishing gears.

Electronic gears were also incorporated among the host of equipments bass fishers used at that time. Reels of different types, which function in hauling and hoisting, were also created.

The contribution of bass fishing industry to the US economy records $50 to $70 Billion and the number continues to grow. Statistics show that the audience base of this sport is increasing and that more and more people are getting interested in it compared to tennis and golf.

Evening Secret Fishing

Top ways to catch BIG Largemouth BASS in BIG lakes!

I’ve got some old school fishing buddies in Texas.A few of them are older than dirt,and have been fishing almost twice
as long as I’ve been alive.When they speak, I listen. And,bless their souls, they supplied me with all the tips and
tactics below.

Hint: don’t live in Texas? Use this stuff anyway… I did — and it works!

Pay close attention to location,depth, and presentation tips they talk about.

And if you want the real inside scoop… stuff that’ll make you a bass fishing MACHINE, check this

Just 3 of hundreds of tips, secrets,and old school tactics that bring home the bacon (…I mean, the BASS) as fast as you can get a bait on, and
your line in the water.

* Secret “sparkles” that turn any dark colored bait into a bass attracting magnet! (This works best on sluggish bass in deep water…
especially when they aren’t hitting anything else…)

* How to attract the attention of big bass in your area with “psycho minnows”, and get them fired up for the kill!

* The clumsy mistake that turned a school of lazy smallmouth bass into an army of ravenous predators! (Mark
and his buddy caught smallmouth like crazy – including a nice 5 pounder… now they make this same “mistake”
every time…)

Trust me, this stuff hammers ‘em.These guys know what they are doing.

Now, for your tips…

Texas is undoubtedly a popular state for bass fishing. Many of the individuals that have previously visited the area
wax lyrical about the bass fishing action and plan to return time and time again.

It is no wonder when you look at the climate, the sheer choice of lakes and the abundance of largemouth and
smallmouth bass in the state! No matter where you go in Texas, you can find some sort of bass fishing action, which says
a lot given its size! The information below will give you a quick introduction to the nature of bass fishing in the
state of a good idea of where to go forit! Planning Out Your Trip The first thing you need to consider if you are
heading to Texas for some bass fishing action is where you are going to go.

There are numerous lakes and choosing from them can be a nightmare because many of them have excellent bass fishing
and facilities.However, you might want to plan your trip out based on the time of year. For example, the bass in the North tend to
start spawning a little before those in the South of the state. This begins from early March onwards and
it is just before spawning and a couple of weeks afterwards that provides the best bass fishing.

The bass are plentiful and very active around that time of year so you should enjoy a good day’s fishing!

The beauty of the Texas bass fishing lakes is that around spring you can try out various techniques to see what kind of success rate they bring
you. There are more than enough bass to be able to catch so you can really go to town and experiment. This is obviously a
tip for beginners, but even if you are an expert you could always use a day to refine your technique! Where To Go There
are several major lakes that you could check out on your travels, all of which have great bass fishing action and could
prove to be your own personal paradise.The following lakes are especially good and arguably rank above the other lakes
in the state: East Texas East Texas is a haven for bass fishing enthusiasts with Caddo Lake, Fork Lake, Toledo Bend and
Lake Of The Pines all within around 200 miles of each other.
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What Largemouth Bass Lures to use… and when?

It’s amazing the technqiues, strategies,and lure combinations you pick up when you fix “outside the box”.

Today we’re going to talk about some inside “tricks of the trade” discovered on the Potomac river… fishing bass of
course.Make sure to read every word about how bass behave in certain conditions, as these tendencies are universal! (You’ll
also discover some new lures and techniques to test.)

By the way, if you haven’t seen video of this thing in action – you’re missin’ out!

Bass fishing tips

It actually keeps your bite going strong,even as things get hotter… and the bass get more sluggish. It keeps their strike instincts going
strong.Just fish the outside edges of the swarm,and you’ll find bass have a hair-trigger desire to launch a strike at almost anything
that moves.

(Just a quick jerk, and bang!)

It really IS awesome…

Bass fishing tips

If you like constant action out on the water…strike after strike, it’s definately work a look.

And so are this Friday’s tips…

When it comes to fishing for bass, the Potomac River is one of the best in the nation. The Potomac that separates
Virginia from Maryland is especially inviting in the month of May, and really throughout the springtime. Tidal creeks
are available throughout the area, and once you have found yourself prime bass locations, excellent fishing awaits.

Natural bait choices are gizzard shad, sunfish, killifish, white perch, crawfish, shiners, and goldfish. There
are also large amounts of forage, which provides ample areas for feeding and breeding. Late in the wintertime, or
even early in the springtime, you willhave good success fishing in shallow mudded areas around the banks. Large,
white spinners work well, especially in the late springtime when one of the major food sources for the largemouths
is white perch. In the summertime, minnows are particularly effective as baits for largemouth bass in the Potomac
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“willows” Catch Plenty Of Largemouth Bass In The Weeds?

Today’s issue focuses on tips surrounding triggering bass strikes
in the weeds.Weed beds are still key in the summer for
a variety of reasons. (Structure and oxygen to name a couple.)

It’s gettin’ hotter all the time, and paying attention to these tips will help you avoid “skunk city”.

And if you want to do more than just avoid getting “shut out”… and you want to unleash inside secrets to keeping the bite
going strong (and the bigger bass on the end of your line)…

… these guys can show you a thing ortwo.

Bass fishing tips

(Actually, they can show you hundreds of things…but here are just 3…)

* A 5″ saltwater lure that simulates a dying freshwater baitfish and causes largemouth bass to explode with a furious attack on sight!
(Joel outfishes most guys 10 to 1 using this…which is why it’s his #1 bait for catching largemouth bass from late spring thru late

* 2 simple “tweaks” Joel used to turn an average tail dancer bait into a sizzling bass catching machine!
(If you do nothing else but apply these modifications to a tail dancer, you can catch as many bass as the best local fishermen in
your area)

* The “one-inch twitch” secret that triggers multiple quick hits when you’re sight fishing next to structure. (This technique works best
with a #7 Rapala…)

Check out the rest of what these 12 masters will show you. Then try it all for a year…

… and be amazed by what you haul in.

bass fishing tactics

Now…let’s get on with this Friday’s bass fishing tips…

Weeds provide shelter and forage for bass, particularly in the warmer months of the year.The weeds also provide oxygen rich areas
and help filter the water. If you are fishing for bass in the warmer months, not all weeded areas are created
equally. Consider fishing the outer edges and shallows of the weeded areas.Concentrate on weed tops. Generally, if
you are deep inside the weeds, you are going to get caught up, and really the more active bass are going to be near
the edges and tops of the weeds. So, pay particular attention to these key areas by monitoring your depth and sticking
close to the edges of weeded areas rather than casting right into them, or fishing too deeply, and you will have
better results, because active bass are bass that are on the feed, and those are the ones that are going to bite.
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Mimicking This “Odd” Creature Helps Trigger Big Bass Strikes

Having a diverse set of bass baits ready to “serve” is key for this time of year.Today, I’m going to go through a bunch of them… as well as how to use each one for maximum results in the heat.

Don’t miss the subtle technique for mimicking an “odd” underwater creature to get action going in a variety of situations.

And, for even better results, check
out this weird little tip:

what they are not telling you

I’d never have believed it if I didn’t see it with my own eyes. And you don’t have to believe it either.

You can test it out for 6 months.

Seeing is believing.

bass fishing secret weapon

Before you head out to the lake for a full day of fishing for bass, you’ll want to prepare by making sure you haveall the appropriate gear with you. One of the most important things to rememberis your bass fishing lures. You’ll want
to determine what type of lures you need by the type of bass you are pursuing, the body of water you’re fishing, andthe time of year you’re heading out.However, remember that having a wide selection of different bass fishing luresis the best way to prepare for an unpredictable fish.

Swimbaits are bass fishing lures that are made to imitate small bait fish in the natural habitat of the bass. Theseare rigged in a way that the angler can cast out and, as the lure is reeled backin, its “tail” swishes much the same waythat a live fish, such as shad, would.Varying the speed of your reel as you pull it along can make it appear to dartabout like minnows and other small baitfish, further leading the bass to believe it is targeting a live catch.
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Finding The “Magic Bass Fishing Zone”?Top Tips

Today, I’m going to go over some unique “twists” to common bass fishing techniques.

Lots of little tricks in here…especially the “magic bass fishing zone”, and how to fish it for maximum results.

It’s gettin’ hotter…and you gotta arm yourself with the best bass fishing ammo possible… so you haul ‘em in while lots of “fair weather fishermen” are home mowing theirlawns.

Speaking of bass fishing ammo…

Get a load of this!

Bass fishing tips

This is your chance to “sit” down with and listen to 12 old school bass fishermen (from way back!).

As they “spill the beans” on all their best bass catching secrets; some of which have been handed downthrough generations of fishing survivalists.

Just 3 out of hundreds of inside secrets you’ll discover:

* How to “read the wakes” when throwing topwater lures to determine exactly what retrieval technique willtrigger the most strikes!

* How to slam roaming bass with Kermett’s “topwater sniper” technique when fishing broken structure.
(Kermett moves an average of 1 mile for every hour he fishes… and catches bass consistently with this technique. He’ll show you how to do it too!)

* The #1 plastic bait that bass destroy on sight 25-30 feet under the surface.(Kermett discovered this after 50 yearsof experimentation… after going through almost 300 pounds of plastics!)
(… plus, he’ll show you how to drop shot it straight into the “bite zone”… and the color it must be to get hammered!)

It’s all right here…

Bass fishing tips

Now…let’s get to your bass bangin’ tips for this week:

You’ve probably had it ground into from the start of your fishing career that what works for one angler or in oneplace or for one type of fish will not necessarily work in another situation. That’s why you should always have plentyof bass fishing techniques stowed in your arsenal. There will come a time when nothing you would normally try will
get the fish to bite, and having backup bass fishing techniques to choose from will assist you in at least having somesuccess for the day.
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The Secret of the “Dragonfly”For Big Summer Bass!

Well, it’s gettin’ hot around these parts.My guess is, it’s heatin’ up for you too… just in time for the long weekend. These next few months seperate the men from the boys when it comes to catching bass.

It ain’t always easy.

Today, I’m going to give you some tips for keeping the bite going, no matter how hot it gets… along with a “dragonfly” secret that could help you catch your biggest bass ever.And if you want to almost guarantee you have the best bass catching summer of your life, I urge you to read every word of this article:
And when you use this amazing tool along with some of the tips I’ve been writing about every week… the sky really will be the limit.You’ll bang bass because you’re doing things that are PROVEN to work… and
you’re combining them with SCIENCE to create a feeding frenzy on the end of your line…

Largemouth bass tips

Now…time to drill into the tips for this week…

Fishing for bass is an extremely popular sport, perhaps because it is often easy to find bass but at times can present a real challenge, even to a very experienced angler. Depending on the success of fishing trips at any giventime, there are a number of bass fishing tips you can employ when the fish just aren’t biting to your satisfaction.One of the you can follow is to simply be patient. When you go out with a guide, you’ll be takento a hot spot that is teeming with your target catch right away, and this could mislead you into believing that bassfishing is easy. However, think about how long your guide has been angling and how much time was spent fishing the
3,000 acre lake you might be on to find that 30-yard coastal area of brush where the bass are thick and hungry. When youfirst trek out on your own, you may have researched a few hot spots through various reports or simply speaking toother fishermen, but these may not always be hot, and sometimes the fish may even be in the area and simply don’tfeel like biting. In these instances,you’ll have to patiently move from one spot to another until you achieve success.
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Largemouth Bass Fishing Using Currents

Today’s bass fishing tips are all about how to catch largemouth bass in (and out of) currents.Using currents to gain a huge
advantage over bass… and every other guy in the water not reading this article. Pay special attention for the tips
concerning sloughs, feeder creeks,and “deep pool” fishing. Killer stuff.(And you’ll hear about the $400,000 fish at the end).

When you follow the instructions in this article, you’ll gain access to these 3 things, along with over 100 more little-known secrets:

* The “pumpkin seed” secret Carl uses with 2 different retrieval techniques when all else fails…(Hint: His success with this relies
on the 3-inch bait he keeps in his pocket for emergencies… and he hasn’t told a soul until now!)

* A secret black and gold bait that can catch a mess of bass like clockwork! (It was invented by an old group of bass fishing
insiders… and Carl swears it’s one of the best baits ever made.) (Important Note: it’s not sold in stores… but Carl will tell you
the one place you can get ‘em!)

* A killer live bait smallmouths destroy between July 15th and October 1st in most areas of the U.S… every single year! (Carl
can take 12 pieces of this bait and have 12 hookups in less than an hour… and he’ll show you exactly how.)

* And many, many, MANY more…Next up: the tips I promised you.

River bass fishing will differ slightly from targeting the various bass species in a lake environment. Different types
of bass will be found here than in open ponds and lakes, and lifestyles and habits will be quite different, leading
you to need to employ a new set of tactics in order to have a successful catch.
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Top Tips to increase your Largemouth bass catch count with “varied” presentations.

I’ve got a slew of tips for you today that you can put to good use the rest of June, July, and August… all of which can boost your catch counts. The best part? It’s all provento work. You may have heard of some of this before (even from me)… but there’s sure to bea new gem or 2 that can make all the difference.

Of course there’s always a way to get a HUGE inside edge overeveryone else.But it’s not for everyone, that’sfor sure:Yeah, I know, it sounds too good to be true.

I get that all the time.Until the guys take a leap of faith, and start sending emails like this:

“Hi Dave -

Here are the pictures, it normally takes a lot longer to catch this many. I just knew it would work whenI saw your site, but when I used it for the first time it blew my friend Jackson and I away.
The bites started coming and they did not stop, even after it got light out we could stillsee the bait fish swimming around from the reflection of the sun off the sides of them. I could talk all dayabout what my friend and I witnessed.I hope this stays a secret and does not become too popular. Well, time to go

Anthony Anastasi
Sault Saint Marie, Michigan

P.S. By the way we let a lot more go
than we took home.”

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A Package of Tips That Will Keep Bass Biting All Summer

the fishing lures museum

Image by Krista76 via Flickr

It’s only gonna get hotter, and you need to dig deep into the bag of tricks to keep the bass bite going strong throughoutthe summer.That’s why I’m serving up a list of stuff that’ll keep the bass nervous… and very, very, happy.Pay special attention to the package of baits I recommend, along with the “black ‘n’ blue bait I mention.And you can use these “inside secrets” for catching more bass than all your fishing buddies.

(Even the dead ringers.) Here’s what you’ll discover:

* How to attract the attention of big bass in your area with “psycho minnows”, and get them fired up for the kill!

* How to mimic a bait fish in distress with an old school “spinner deflection” secret.(This recreates the most common natural scenario for bass attacks on prey… and you can do it overand over again around cover to catch bass at will.)

* How to pick off straggling bass around 4 different “edges” when the bite shuts down on hotdays. (You’ll be able to turn”nothing” into nonstop battles with thrashing bass using Mark’ssecrets for fishing depth transitions, cover edges,temperature transitions, and the edges of light!)

This stuff will knock your socks off… but it’s not for the feint ofheart.Serious bass bangin’ fishermenonly! :)

Anyone familiar with bass fishing knows there are several variables that determine what type bass fishing lures
work best, and theories and opinions on what works best are as plentiful and varied as the people who enjoy the sportof bass fishing. There are so many types and colors of these particular lures that it can be very confusing, to saythe least. One thing that is certain is that no matter how much information you have on bass fishing lures and
techniques, there is no substitute for trial and error, and nothing that can take the place of experience.
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Fishing Lures Sub-Surface “Wooly Booger” Largemouth Bass bangers!

Largemouth Bass - Micropterus salmoides

Image via Wikipedia

It’s FRIDAY, praise the Lord… which means I’ve cooked some special bass fishing tips
today.These are very unique, especially
the “Wooly Booger” secret.Most guys don’t know to try this technique, or these baits. Pay close attention, and add this
stuff to your bag of tricks.And if you try nothing else this summer… you gotta give THIS technique a whirl:And when you use it in combination
with the baits and techniques I’m about to show you, it’ll be hard NOT to catch bass hand over fist.

Just hook’er up, drop’er down,and watch the show.

Then drop a line in on the outside edge of the swarm…and hold on to your hat, When we speak of bass, we are talking
about four main species in the U.S., all of which are taken regularly on fly rods. In my opinion, fly-fishing is the
ultimate way to enjoy the sport. Nothing can equal the thrill of a Largemouth bass exploding from the water and
smashing your fly, or a river Smallmouth making psychotic twists and turns in an attempt to throw your fly. Hooking a
Stripped Bass on a fly rod is akin to battling a small submarine.

Equipment for Largemouth bass is basic.You will need a 6-8wt fly rod in the 8-9 foot lengths. I recommend a medium
action graphite rod because you will need some backbone to exert pressure on a hooked bass near cover, and will need
some bend in order to cast the larger bass flies. Your reel should have a disc drag. Largemouth bass do not make long
runs, but they will put a lot of pressure on your equipment.
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