Your equipment choice and techniques

Most anglers decide on their choice of equipment and techniques based on their preferred species and the prevailing conditions and practices. For fresh water predatory fishing, artificial lures such as plastic worms are suggested. Though the success rate is high with live baits, some people still prefer hard baits like artificial rats and plastic worms.



Irrespective of your choice of fishing from the banks, boat or float tube, you are suggested to have a six to six and a half foot (1.8 -2m) medium, heavy-push-button, spinning or bait-casting rod and reel combination, with a ten pound strong line. If the chosen area is heavily infested with weeds, or if the spot has a heavy cover, or thick, or slop, or grassy wetlands, or swamps, etc., - then a heavier braided line will serve the purpose best.

A # 4 live-bait hook is the typically recommended size, which can be sharpened and turned up slightly (say around 10%), so as to enable the fish to stay hooked as you reel in and land the fish successfully. A # 5 hook can also serve you well in a weed-less conditions. The secret of hooking large-mouthed Bass throughout the year (even in ice fishing) and at any depth lies in selecting the sharp hooks with live baits.

When you have chosen deep water specifically, and when the water is cloudy and dark, you can seek and use weights and sinkers. These days some specialty sinkers are also available that rattle and lure the Bass more. Bass are very sensitive to sound and vibrations ? so anything you make to create such stimulants, the same will lure Bass to bite your bait! Weigh all the options and trigger the feeding response of the Bass to have a strike.


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