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.
If you want to improve your fishing, you may try to increase the time you spend fishing doing this.
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.
If you have tried to use a crankbait for catching bass and had little or no success, read on.
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.
Learn how to use lipless crankbaits in early spring from Classic champion Alton Jones!
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 catch 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.
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!
This step-by-step rigging technique will help you to land a bunch of big fish on the Huddleston trout lure.
The tube bait today is not the same lure it was 10 years ago, and it catches fish! Rediscover the tricks inside!
Tubes have all the qualifications of a top-notch bass lure. They have the feel, appearance and action that make them appealing to a bass.
Gitzits are one of the deadliest baits a bass fisherman can use. They can also be one of the toughest to master.
Flipping tube tactics is what this article is about. Pro Glenn Browne reveals his tricks and tips!
Many touring pros have dubbed it shaky head fishing but Guido Hibdon likes to call it jig worm fishing. Find out why inside.
Despite its homely appearance, the stickworm appeals to both bass and anglers no matter when or where it is applied.
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.
Don’t limit your topwater fishing to summer. These tips will let you enjoy those exhilarating strikes nearly year-round.
Do this, and you will be enjoying the excitement that only comes from a bass exploding on YOUR Zara Spook.
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!
A buzzbait is built to cover water and catch bass. You’ll do more of each if you follow these tips.
Buzzbait fishing is not only fun, it can load the boat as well. We reveal top tips to help you catch lunker bass!
There's nothing like a topwater strike! Inside you'll find a variety of tricks to try the next time you tie on a topwater.
Walking baits: When, why, how, where, and what - we reveal everything you need to know.
Doing this sometimes give your fluke the subtle zing that is it needs to catch big bass.
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, YOUR Go-To bait? Find out inside.
This article contains some informative tips to help you catch more bass with spinnerbaits and buzzbaits.
The versatile spinnerbait can be fished in a variety of ways. Two tactics the pros employ are "slow-rolling" and "dead dragging".
Spinnerbaits are one of our most versatile baits, but often underutilized. Here's how to expand your spinner savvy.
Develop a simple checklist for choosing the appropriate bait and greatly increase the number of bass you catch on spinnerbaits.
Spinnerbait blues got you down? With these tips you should be able to land more big bass with spinnerbaits.
VanDam got his first professional win 19 years ago using a spinnerbait on Lake Lanier in December of 1992. Does he still use them?
What type of fishing rod, reel, and line should you be using to fish the Alabama Rig? We tell you inside!
Here's how to fish jigs for bass. Reels, line selection, trailers, techniques, and more - it's all here.
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!
Once you master a jig-and-pig, you will catch more bass. Here's how to excel with such a seemingly simple bait.
Give these tactics a try this season and you will see that there is never a bad time to use a jig.
Don’t put your jigs away once shallow summer spots stop producing. They catch deep bass in late fall and early winter, too.
When it comes to tough fishing conditions, which is better, small or large jigs? Find out inside.
Jig, Worm or Tube - can't decide which to use? You're not alone. Two pros reveal what to use and when inside.
For many anglers, weedless spoons often get overlooked. Which means they miss the perfect situation for them.
While these lures clang for more respect, one of America's most respected anglers already knows the tune.
We all try to do everything possible to make the artificial lures we fish with as real and as lifelike as we can. What about scent?
There has been a lot of controversy over Fish Attractants, or Scents. Some people swear by them while others never use them.