Styles in Bass Fishing - Drift trolling, fly-rodding, Ice Fishing
This fly-rodding technique is very effective when you go for fishing in ponds, rivers, streams and lakes and is very suitable for Bass. After preparing and rigging a plastic worm, weed-less, add a small split-shot just before the hook (for enabling the hook to sink slowly) and flip or cast to allow it to drop and reach the bottom.
It is a good tease for the vigilant (bass is good at sound, smell and sight) bass, either to ignore or miss out. Try to keep the tip of the rod always low to enable you to make a well-timed strike in the event of hit by the Bass.
Night and Ice-fishing
Bass tend to school during chill climate. As water tends to be cooler, you should have an appropriate strategy that may be effective down a notch. Schooling, effective tackle and dropping your bait or lure right before the fish ? are all few tips that will make the Bass to spend less energy and eventually tempts to take the bite.
Knowing such facts can help you in achieving your goal better and increasing your chances of getting bigger haul even under unfavourable/hostile weather conditions. Though it may not be possible to give ready made solutions for all your possible situations, a good and genuine effort has been made to bring to you the possible solutions for situations that you may come across as an angler.
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Know the comfort zone of
Bass | Know
the secrets and the mistake you make in bass fishing | Know
the water well before fishing | Know
to play and land fish | Persistent
Practice is what counts at the end | Protect
nature with Catch and Release Fishing | Styles
in Bass Fishing Drift trolling fly rodding Ice Fishing | Styles
in Bass Fishing Skipping and Ripping | Techniques
Precise Casting |