Fishing

Biggest Mistakes Bass Anglers Make 620 350 BassGrab

Biggest Mistakes Bass Anglers Make

Bass anglers can make many mistakes while out on the water and to be honest it’s really not a big deal because for the most part we aren’t professional fishermen. However if you want to try to catch a few more fish, check out the top mistakes that anglers make. Try to fix a few of these next time you’re out fishing, I guarantee it will help you land more fish!

Differences Between Largemouth Bass and Spotted Bass 620 350 BassGrab

Differences Between Largemouth Bass and Spotted Bass

There are several key differences between largemouth bass and spotted bass and it can be very difficult to tell which one you’ve caught unless you know what to look for. At a high level they are jaw length, stomach markers, cheek scale size, dorsal fin attachment, tongue patch, and behavior.

How to Fillet a Fish 620 348 BassGrab

How to Fillet a Fish

You’ve had a great day of fishing and your catch is within all the legal limits and sitting on ice, what now? Here are some steps to fillet reasonably sized fish like trout, panfish, or catfish. Every fisherman should have these skills in their arsenal and these steps will give you clean fillets with very few bones or wasted meat so you can enjoy a great meal!

Best Lure Colors for Bass 620 350 BassGrab
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Best Lure Colors for Bass

One of the trickiest things to do when you first start out fishing, or even if you’ve been fishing for a long time, is to pick a lure color that you think will be eagerly snatched up by hungry bass. Lures look awesome at the store in the nice packaging, but when you start fishing them and haven’t had much luck, you blame your lure choice, and your confidence begins to sink.

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The Bass Lateral Line

Science time, lets talk through cool stuff that will actually help you catch more fish; the bass lateral line. This is how bass ‘hear’ you walking around, talking, and yelling obscenities when your line breaks. The lateral line is a system of sensory organs in a fish that detect pressure and vibration.