Fishing For Bass

Bass fishing is a very fun sport and is seen as one of the more preferred fishing styles out there. Bass are often very aggressive fish and put up a good fight which makes them very exciting to fish for. If you are looking for a fun day, then Bass fishing might just be what you are looking for.

If you are interested in learning how to fish for bass, then read on to find some helpful tips that I have put together for you.

The first thing you will need to decide on is, whether or not you will be fishing from a boat, or fishing from the shore. Both of these methods of fishing have their advantages and disadvantages. If you have the money then boat fishing is usually preferred.

If you are a little bit tight for cash, then by no means should you give up. Shore fishing can be just as fun, as long as you make fun of it.

Bass tend to love weeds and fairly deeper water. When you are looking for a fishing hole, try to find something with deeper water but still with lots of weeds. This is generally their feeding area so you will have a higher chance of getting a bite if you fish here instead of an open area.

As usual, the time of day is the same across whatever fishing style you are choosing. Mornings and evenings are the best time of day to go fishing. Bass fishing is no different, if you want to have the greatest odds of getting a bite, consider waking up early in the morning instead of sleeping in.

There are two types of Bass you can go for. The two types are Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass. You can find both of these types on rivers on any given map really. They can be found in lakes but they seem to like rivers with a slow moving current better.

Bass fishing is fun and is my most favorite style of fishing. If your interested in trying it out, look for a lake that has Bass in it and cast your line in. Once you get that first you will know exactly what I am talking about.

Source by Rob Ganion

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