Learn how to catch bigger bass with spinnerbaits, crankbaits, plastic baits, topwater baits, and many more bass fishing lures! An excellence resource for every angler.
What type of fishing rod, reel, and line should you be using to fish the Alabama Rig? We tell you inside!
When selecting lures to use for the day, try to envision what you think should be on the menu for the bass you are going to try to catch.
What's the best bass fishing lure? This is probably the most often asked question we hear. We give you the answer here!
If you can only have 6 fishing lures to take with you, which ones would you pick? We reveal them inside!
VanDam offers simple crankbait advice for all anglers about the correct speed of retrieve.
The crankbait is one of the most important tools in bass fishing, but they’re a lot like screwdrivers – you need the right style to get the job done.
Overwhelmed by the different crankbaits and how to use them? We make it easy for you inside.
Deep cranks are just as versatile as more commonly used shallow-water baits. We reveal how to use them!
Keep the plastics in your pocket, it's time to start cranking with this unusual technique. We reveal what it is inside.
Rattling crankbaits are a mystery to some anglers. Here are the tools you will need and a few tips to catch more bass.
Learn lipless crankbait techniques and presentations, the habits of bigger fish, and how to them with crankbaits.
Learn lipless crankbait colors and patterns, sizes, casting, scent usage, split-rings and speed-clips, line, rods, reels, and more!
The truth is that we do need a good selection of lure colors, but let's not get out of hand. Here are a few tips to keep it fairly simple.
Caring for, changing colors, and getting the most out of crankbaits will require a little effort, but it has rewards.
Here's some simple modifications to lures that can result in differences in both visual appeal as well as enhancement of their action.
When you catch your first fish on a piece of tackle that you have created, pride will fill every inch of your body.
Plastic baits come in enormous varieties. This article covers the different plastic baits and how to fish them.
There can be a lot of fun and creativity in your leisure time pouring worms. Here's what you need to know to get started.
You need the right materials for the best results. Following is a guide to help you decide which is right for your projects.
Creature baits are here to stay. If you are not making them part of your bass fishing you are missing out.
Swimbait fishing is often hard to learn, but the rewards are amazing. Learn from the pros here!
Swimbaits can be a fun and awesome world to step into. Here's how to gear up and get started!
At times unusual techniques will produce when no other will. When it comes to worm fishing, sometimes it's best to fish like an idiot.
Tube baits have undergone some changes and are making a big comeback. Here are some tips on fishing them.
With virtually unlimited rigging and presentation options, tubes deserve a place in every bass angler's tackle box.
While they may lack the pizzazz of more colorful lures, bass find the French fry quite tasty.
In the hands of a skilled angler, Slug-Gos, Flukes, Senkos, Centipedes and more become incredibly alluring.
In the case of jerkbaits we often think of them as topwaters. We show you some new ideas in this article.
Top pro Mike Iaconelli reveals his winning jerkbait patterns for every season - a BassResource.com original!
You'll be amazed at the results that can be obtained by presenting your confidence lures with a "horizontal" look.
Here's an overview on how to use the most popular kinds of topwater baits from a professional guide.
Learn when certain topwater baits work, and which bait is right for your particular circumstance in this article.
Fishing topwaters in shallow water can reap rewards, if you play the game right. We reveal top tips inside.
Learn propbait modifications, as well as where and how to fish the famous Devil's Horse!
There's nothing better than watching a big bass blast your buzzbait out of the water. Here's how to make it happen!
Most bass angler's agree: Topwater fishing is the most thrilling kind there is. Here's how you can get in on the action.
Popper baits: When, why, how, where, and what - we reveal everything you need to know.
What are the top ten topwater baits for bass fishing? We reveal them, and why you should use them inside!
Frog baits are big bass baits. Discover the secrets of successful topwater fishing using frog baits revealed inside.
So how do you find that elusive Go-To bait? More importantly, YOU'RE Go-To bait? Find out inside.
Here are some of the most effective spinnerbait presentations found to be successful time after time.
Big spinnerbaits can produce big bass. Learn the techniques from spinnerbait specialists Art Ferguson, Rob Kilby, and Kevin VanDam.
Here's how you can maintain high spinnerbait productivity under heavy fishing pressure with these deep water tactics!.
While willowleaf blades are all the rage, pros in the know still use the Colorado when times get tough.
Spinnerbaits aren’t nearly as en vogue as they once were along bass fishing’s most high-profile tournament trail. But does that mean they're dead?
Denny Brauer, David Walker, and Tommy Biffle reveal key jig fishing tips every serious bass angler should know.
Jigs are arguably one of the most productive bass lures of all time. Find out how to get the most from jig fishing in this article.
Want to catch more bass? Use a jig. Great tips for catching more bass are revealed inside!
No doubt that Denny Brauer is king of jig fishing. He reveals his jig fishing tricks and secrets!
Luremaker and jig expert Craig DeFronzo provides plenty of insight and ideas to make you an expert at fishing the jig!
Bassmaster Classic Champion Mike Iaconelli reveals why he reaches for a hair jig when things get tough.
Jig, Worm or Tube - can't decide which to use? You're not alone. Two pros reveal what to use and when inside.
The simple jigging spoon is often overlooked by anglers. But it can be deadly on bass when no other lures work. Here's how to use it.
Does gasoline residue actually repel bass? What about "fish formulas"? Dr. Ronald Dodson brings us his findings inside.
Do scents give you an advantage, thus putting a few more fish in the live well? Read this article to find out.
We reveal four of the biggest, and most common, foul-odored culprits that can keep you from catching fish.