Articles

Bass Fishing with Spinnerbaits 620 350 BassGrab

Bass Fishing with Spinnerbaits

Spinnerbaits are one of the most popular bass lures and can be used year round with many different forms of retrieval. They are effective at fishing shallow cover on cloudy or windy days when topwater is not effective, however they can also be good on bright calm days as well. Spinnerbaits have a smooth flowing motion and have single or multiple blades that cause flashes and vibrations in the water.

Best Inshore Spinning Reels 620 350 BassGrab
Redfish Tail

Best Inshore Spinning Reels

Fishing reels can be difficult to pick especially when there are so many options in the market today. It is very hard to figure out who makes a quality reel vs who can put together a nice looking exterior. That is not something you want to figure out when you’ve hooked into a silver king on the flats. Find out which reels are best suited for inshore 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!

Packing For A Kayak Fishing Trip 620 311 BassGrab
Kayak Fishing Checklist

Packing For A Kayak Fishing Trip

Planning for a kayak fishing trip is always exciting. You’re anxious to get on the water and you’re dreaming of your kayak being pulled around with a big fish on the line. We’ve been there a hundred times and brought in a few of those big fish, too! However, we would have been able to land a few more if we had always packed correctly. Our team came up with a Top 11 list of items you should have.

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.