Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Adventures of Bass Fishing

Now, there are increasingly people trying to find out and learn what the buzz is all about. Bass fishing is more just catching a fish. Its now almost getting those prized big bass and having the chance to show it off. For novices there are lots more to bass fishing that meets the eye.

1st, try to know the lures that you must have to love bass fishing.

And do you know what the top 3 lures for catching Bass are? Though there was no particular gauge that was presented by the investigators, a survey was performed among the pro bass fishermen and it was felt that plastic worms was the most patronized and ranking on the second and 3rd place were the spinner bait and then the crank bait.

Even so, picking one of these 3 is not enough. Some factors are still needed to be believed. Primarily, you must believe if it is better to cover a smaller segment of water soundly or skim across a larger area as quickly as possible to find fish.

Using a worm is slower, but absolutely efficient and is very seductive to Bass. They do best when the fish are schooled over a particular structure.

The trouble that usually arise with fishing with a worm is the inability to sense strikes. Generally the inability to sense them is due to a sinker that is too heavy and a line that is too thick.

To help you to overcome this predicament you’re advised to use a variable buoyancy worm using lead strip sinkers. Here are some of its advantages:

• No moving lead on the line to dampen the feeling of a gentle pickup
• You can apply the precise amount of lead to deliver the worm action needed
• It comes through easier for a bass to inhale the worm
• It aids in hook setting
• It is easier to shake loose from snags
• You’ll be able to cause the worm to hang virtually suspended over the bottom when fishing shallow water.