10% of anglers can usually catch 90% of the fish because they understand the behavior and needs of the target species. The same goes for bass fishing. I’m here to share important tips and tricks you’ve learned from the best anglers to teach you the best way to catch big bass.
The great thing about bass fishing is that they are able to stay together on campus no matter what the season. That said, a good bass fishing spot can fill your fridge with limited resource bass.
Use the green fishing light before you reach the boat ramp
To find bass, the first step can be taken before you reach the boat ramp – pull out a map of the waters you must go to fish for bass. The following are some fishing tips that should be considered:
Once you arrive at your fishing spot
Once you arrive at your first bass fishing spot, look around for good areas for bass fishing. Both synthetic and all-natural mulch are great for bass fishing, but the most important thing is to find an area that won’t be affected. Carapi likes to be alone.
Avoid current flow – Bass love to build nests. Explore the marshes on the clear waters of the main river.
Water Clearness: Calapi is more likely to stay in shallow water in dirty water because it is less threatened by predators. Likewise, carapi are more likely to avoid predators in the deepest areas of clear water.
Look for engulfed logs, weeds and bushes; these are key areas to cast your line and catch bass quickly.
Radar is key to bass fishing—it helps the bass fisherman look for structures in the water where bass are more likely to be dense.
If there are bass, pike, walleye, or similar predatory species in the area, chances are the bass are heading to deeper waters to use green light fishing lights
If the scale looks appropriate, then it’s time to wet a thread. Depending on the time of day, baits, lures and fishing strategies may change. Let’s talk a little more about daytime bass fishing and night bass fishing tips and strategies.
big day fishing
Bass fishing in broad daylight is very different from nighttime bass fishing. Carapi is more likely to be in shallow water as the sun rises and sets. However, in the afternoon, they usually move deeper, unless you’re in the dead of winter.
daytime calape bait
A better bait method for fishing bass in broad daylight is minnows in floats. Fishing buoys and green fishing lights are key to telling if a bass has knocked over a minnow. Bass have a very light bite and of course if the fisherman isn’t using a float for his minnow they usually don’t realize it’s not uncommon to catch bass. The recommended small hooks are 2/0 or 3/0 hooks, nothing smaller. Smaller hooks are easily swallowed by Carapi, which makes it harder to remove the hook.