From deep to shallow water, and from Texas rigs to Carolina rigs, discover in-depth information for all types of techniques. These articles will help you become a better angler.
Whether keying on specific targets or cruising bass, follow Shaw Grigsby’s lead and put some skip into your casts to trigger more strikes.
If you’re really serious about being a better fisherman, don’t moan about not doing this sooner – do it now!
Bass anglers, are always trying to improve the techniques they use. But they might be overlooking the most important thing.
You’ll catch more bass surfing seasonal movements and daily conditions than swimming against them. Here's how.
If you've ever wanted to learn more about developing fishing patterns, this is something you need to read!
Paul Elias takes you to the tackle store, outfits you with the proper equipment, and then teaches you the fundamentals of deep-water structure fishing for bass.
If you don’t know how to fish a one-tonner, then you're missing out on big bass action! Here's how.
Want to catch monster smallmouths? Then use these tips from Mike Iaconelli!
Put these tactics in your arsenal, and put some quality smallmouth bass in your livewell as a result.
Learn these four rigs, and you should have an excellent arsenal on every trip to any lake anywhere in the U.S.
Want to do better the next time you go fishing? Here are three rigs you should be using!
We go into detail about rigging and fishing the texas rigged worm. If you want to catch more bass, then read this!
Anglers who can break away from the crowd and fish with an open mind can score some tremendous fish.
Carolina rig vs. Texas rig: Both will catch bass, but how do you decide which to use based on the conditions you're confronting? Find out inside!
Finding bass is the key to consistent catches, but we often do it wrong. Here's why.
Top bass pro Mike Iaconelli explains how to perfect his favorite technique. A BassResource.com Exclusive!
Matted aquatic vegetation is probably the toughest cover to penetrate and haul out bass from their weedy hideouts. Here's how.
Channels and drop-offs are very important structures in bass habitat. Here's how to fish them!
Learning how to fish deep water, and especially learning how to locate great deep-water structure, will definitely help you catch more and better bass.
You will see how effective toe-to-toe bassin' is, and how fun it is to catch bass by flipping and pitching a jig.
The next time you find yourself in a battle with uncooperative bass, follow these tips to improve your results!
The next time the going gets tough on your favorite fishing hole, try this technique and you might just load the boat!
Bluffs hold fish year round. And when you find yourself in a conundrum … you better lean on the rock.
You’ll invest more in practice than equipment to add this technique to your bass-fishing arsenal, but the payoff is worth it.
Adding a fly rod to your arsenal might not increase your catch ratio but it sure will kick the fun factor up a notch or two.
Every bass angler could enjoy more success by adding a fly rod to their arsenal. Learn how to catch bass on a fly inside.
The float N fly technique will catch them on the nastiest, toughest days of the year - even during winter. Here's how!
River fishing can be tough to learn. Here's how to catch huge bass on your local river or stream!
As simple as the structures may appear to be from above, focusing on the structure beneath will give you a decisive advantage.
Here's a new and unusual bass fishing technique that's often deadly on pressured waters.
If you no longer visit the local old lake, go back and give it a try every now and then. It might just surprise you.
Drop shot fishing: The hottest rigging technique for catching big bass year round. Learn about dropshot fishing here!
Here are 20 questions you were afraid to ask about dropshotting, but just have to know! Learn more now.
Here's step-by-step instructions on tying the dropshot rig, along with a few useful tips too! Learn the drop shot rig here!
Want to catch more bass? Here's some tips to help you immediately on your next deep-water bass trip.
Drop shots excel at quickly filling tournament limits with quality keeper bass. Here's how to use them from summer through fall.
Using small lures is not for everyone and it does not work all the time. But under certain conditions, it can pay real dividends.
The split shot rig is a deadly tactic on lethargic bass. Perhaps one of the best places to utilize this rig is...
The Drift & Drag, sometimes labeled boring and slow, can load the boat if done properly. Discover the secrets inside.
Terry Scroggins explains how he caught more than half the keepers he hauled to the B.A.S.S. scales using finesse techniques and a spinning reel.
If there is a truly misunderstood bass tactic, Finesse fishing is it. We demystify the technique to help you catch more bass.
Jig worming is a technique to try when other presentations fail. Here's how to coax even the most wary bass into biting.
When fishing gets this tough and you're faced with a fishless day, sometimes all you can do is go to light tackle.
If you're after a trophy bass, the worm is probably the best type of lure you can use. Here's a new technique to try!
Fishing from the back seat of the boat doesn't mean you'll catch less fish. Put the odds in your favor when you try these tips.
You can be effective from the back of the boat. Be observant and you will be surprised at how many fish you can catch.
Many anglers enjoy fishing from float tubes. They can fish hard-to-reach lakes, get away from crowds, and become better anglers.
Do you think you're at a disadvantage fishing from the bank? Truth is, you can have a much higher success ratio than those in boats.
Fishing from the bank doesn't have to be a disadvantage. If you are observant, patient, and flexible, you can catch big bass!
When fishing a small pond, tactics lend themselves to the finesse approach. Mini-boats and baits rule.
So what should you expect when fishing small bodies of water and what should you use to catch fish? Find out inside!
What do you think of when someone mentions clear water? Do you cringe? Clear water has always been considered difficult to fish.
They say cold muddy water is an angler's worst nightmare. Here's how you can turn a bad situation into a productive day.
Next time you go out, practice these photo tips. That way you’ll be ready when Big Bertha smacks your lure.
Attempting to learn new ways to fish can be very frustrating. Here are some tips to make the process easier.
The next time you're in a pinch trying to find a few biting bass, give these locations a try. You might catch a big bass!
Whether you’re an absolute beginner, a weekend warrior or an aspiring pro, here are his top five tips for attacking northern waterways.
Connecticut angler Paul Mueller has found much bass tournament success — including qualifying for two Bassmaster Classics — far from his home. Here’s how he becomes familiar with unfamiliar waters.
Here's how to get a crash course on a new lake and learn the local's secrets when you have a tournament or are just going fishing.
With a little knowledge and preparation, any angler can approach a new lake with enthusiasm and confidence.
If you're planning a trip to a new lake, you can greatly increase your chances of catching fish by following these tips.
Following these tips in order will produce results and raise your fishing skills to the next level.
The trick to lake maps is knowing how to read them. This article will help you understand how to read a lake map effectively.
This logical, targeted approach is deadly when catching largemouth bass. We explain inside.
When high winds change your fishing tactics, make sure you have more than one area selected to fish.
Wind is our friend. When you learn how to use it rather than fight it, your catching will improve. Here's how!
To consistently catch fish, a fisherman needs to be adept at fishing in all types of weather, windy days included.
A high wind is a menace, not to mention a deadly threat to boaters, campers and others who spend time in the outdoors.
Fishing in post front conditions can be tough. Discover the key to catching fish after the passing of a cold front.
Discover detailed information for developing successful strategies when encountering tough fishing conditions.
One of the worst conditions that strikes fear into most bass fishermen's souls is suspended fish. Here's how to overcome that fear.
Some anglers believe manmade noises have little effect on a bass, but some of the top pros think otherwise. Here's what they said.
If you can’t get out on the lake, you can still catch bass in unusual places - and many times they can be quality bass!
Retention ponds offer a simple way to get your line in the water, and even catch some quality fish. Here's how.
Few anglers take boat traffic into consideration as part of their game plan. But that would be a mistake.
There are several tricks that have proven successful in any smallmouth haunt. Try this one the next time you go fishing.
Flats offer some of the best fishing in any lake. We explain how to find and catch the mother lode on flats.
Your best chance for the most reproducible fishing is when you have uncovered the riddles associated with schooling bass.
If you decide to shy away from the lake during a draw down, you may be missing out on some really great fishing.
Tidal water is just another of the many obstacles anglers face. Here's how to adapt to win.
Getting at bass where they live can take some gear, techniques, and know-how, some of which is rather far out.
Perhaps the easiest and most reliable place to find fish is in the weeds. Discover how to effectively fish the weeds inside.
Here's how to catch bass that lurk in seemingly endless acres of grass mats.
These tips will help you to catch bass from one of the greatest places to catch them from, docks!
Give these dock fishing tips a try and you might just catch a few more bass on your next trip.
The next time you are out on your home waters, check around for the oldest wooden docks, and start fishing them like this.
Big bait, big fish? Any truth to that? Here's proof that big bass prefer their meals super-sized.
To consistently catch big bass, an angler must know where to go, when to go and what to use. Here's what you need to know.
Want to catch huge bass? Learn from the master, Paul Duclos, who consistently catches double-digit bass!
If you expect to catch big bass, don't just hug the shore all day and fish straight to the bank. Follow these tips instead.
Ever wonder what is the mystery behind trophy largemouth bass? Find out by reading this article.
Count on banging a once-in-a-lifetime big fish, then Be Prepared to act on it when it happens, and it will.
Looking for lunkers? Discover the one thing that can truly lead you in the right direction. We reveal it inside.
Coloring your line for stealth and success is a proven method that gives you another positive piece to your fishin' puzzle.