10 Worm Fishing Secrets You May Not Know
It’s easy to become enamored with the latest tackle trends but one thing is certain—you should never overlook the effectiveness of bass fishing with plastic worms. It may not be as sexy as heaving an umbrella rig on a river ledge or working a topwater frog across matted vegetation, but it’s arguably the most effective ...
Special plastic worm rig is a bass-catching bit of magic, and not so 'wacky' after all
What is the wackiest worm rig designed for catching lunker largemouth bass? The "wacky rig" looks dumb, but fishes very, very smart.
Bass Fishing Tips: 3 Timber Sweet Spots for Largemouths
1. Laydowns Bass pro Pete Ponds always starts on the outside perimeter and looks for the fullest, bushiest branches. The ones with lots of smaller branches and twigs attract suspending fish like isolated brush piles. From there, he’ll move progressively farther into the tree’s structure. Ponds focuses on the points where a main branch splits off from the trunk. This creates a Y space that fish will back into.