THE SECRET TO
ON ALMOST EVERY SINGLE CAST
There are 44 million people in the
United States of America fishing today.
In the last 25 years the sport of bass fishing has grown into a billion
dollar industry which shows no signs of slowing down. One of the
main reasons for its popularity is that bass fishing is a challenge, a
thrill, a catch worth getting.
It’s a fact that once you’ve landed your first largemouth bass you’ll be
hooked for life.
Amateur anglers who have learnt top professional bass anglers secrets
take their sport one step further by actually teaching other fishermen
how they too can duplicate their bass fishing success.
There are a few things a bass fisherman can do to become a better bass
fisherman today. Let’s go through them now.
Once you’ve learned a little more about the mindset of largemouth bass
you’re ready to ask the question:
Where do I catch bass?
The secret to finding potential bass fishing hot spots is easy as
largemouth bass prefer a specific living environment, though they can
survive quite well in a variety of conditions as they’ve learned to
adapt over the years.
The most sought after largemouth species are known as Micropterus
salmoides salmoides and the Micropterus salmoides floridanus.
Initially largemouth bass were found mainly on the east side of the
Rockies in the U.S., some parts of Canada, and north eastern Mexico
however now they occupy nearly all of Mexico and some parts of South and
Largemouth bass prefer to live in water about 10 feet or less.
Most of their prey such as crayfish and minnows live in these warm
waters. However, shallow waters do make largemouth bass a little
edgy as bass do like being under cover.
If you find know where schools of smaller fish like to lurk you will
also find some largemouth bass waiting to strike. Professional
bass fishermen can find bass quite fast.
Beginner bass fishermen should start at the banks. However you will not
be successful by just casting and retrieving time and time again.
To be a successful bank fisherman you need to experiment with a variety
of lures and retrieves until
you find out exactly what the bass want.
Another area that many bass anglers tend to forget is bass ponds.
These areas can, however, have the biggest bass and be the most
These bass ponds tend to be in the middle of nowhere - they are
prevalent throughout North America - and they house very aggressive bass
who will strike a larger variety of colours and lures. They also
provide very little cover and protection so chances are you will find
the most dominant “alpha male” bass there waiting to strike.
The best way to find bass ponds is by getting a topographical or aerial
map of your
favourite fishing spots and just exploring.
Once you’ve put into practice these bass fishing tips and techniques
you’ll be on your way to bagging trophy bass nearly every time you cast!
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