Bass Fishing Tips
Bass fishing tips can help you land more and bigger bass than you thought was possible. Learn all about bass fishing techniques, bass behavior and bass fishing gear in these bass fishing tips.
How the Catfish Spawn Works
How to Hold a Catfish
Top 4 Catfishing Techniques
How Muskie Trolling Works
How the Muskie Spawn Works
Top 3 Tips for Catching Muskie
Top 4 Crappie Fishing Tips
How to Clean Panfish
Top 3 Perch Fishing Tips
Top 4 Pike Locations
How the Pike Spawn Works
How to Hold a Pike
How the Redfish Spawn Works
Top 3 Redfish Fishing Techniques
Top 4 Redfish Locations
Top 4 Salmon Locations
Top 6 Salmon Fishing Techniques
How the Salmon Spawn Works
How the Trout Spawn Works
Top 5 Trout Fishing Gear Essentials
How River Trout Fishing Works
How the Walleye Spawn Works
How Walleye River Fishing Works
How to Choose Walleye Baits and Lures
Bass fishing lures come in every imaginable color, shape and size and texture. So how do you know which one is right for your next fishing trip? We'll show you 10 of the best.
By Dave Roos & Beth Brindle
When it's time to spawn, bass waste little time. In fact, the entire spawning process can occur in as little as three weeks. The male bass is responsible for most of the spawning duties, such as building a nest and attracting a mate.
Looking to catch a really big bass? Instead of ordinary lures, try fishing with swimbaits. They're lures that look like a fish, smell like a fish and move like a fish, and they're becoming extremely popular among experienced bass fishers.
By Sam Tyler
In your heart, you know you'd be an avid angler -- if it weren't for the pesky sun. Don't let sunburn keep you from fishing, just wait until the sun goes down. Nighttime bass fishing is the perfect summer fishing experience.
You know the feeling. It's raining out and the change of air pressure has you moving slow and fighting fatigue. Well, humans aren't alone in feeling this change in equilibrium -- bass might feel it, too.
Top water bass fishing uses lures that float on shallow water, and it's a pastime that pros or novices can enjoy. What does it take to catch a bass with a top water lure?