Finesse bait tips and tricks. Take these lessons and apply them to your own fishing!
This lure, the double-hooked, pre-rigged worm, is probably responsible for more big bass than any other lure in this state.
Here are three sure-fire approaches that will put the weariest smallmouth in the boat.
Discover how you can use finesse worms in any body water to catch tons of bass! Pro John Murray reveals his secrets!
Use these tips to help you put fish in the boat by adding just enough flair to get you noticed.
Small worms aren’t the only option when conditions force you to finesse fish. Here are five lures that you should throw when the bite is tough.
Hair jigs are more powerful than their simple components suggest. Available in an almost infinite number of styles and sizes, they catch smallmouth under a variety of conditions.
Here's how to catch not only numbers on grubs, but quality bass as well.
The Texas Rig and Shaky Head rig both catch a lot of fish. Learn about them here!
A heavyweight version of the wacky worm has become a hit with pros on the tournament trail. Learn about it here.
This bait is easy-to-use and catches fish. It practically works itself. You – do nothing.
While they may lack the pizzazz of more colorful lures, bass find the French fry quite tasty.
Many touring pros have dubbed it shaky head fishing but Guido Hibdon likes to call it jig worm fishing. Find out why inside.
One of the original soft-plastic lures, grubs consistently produce bass. Learn the tricks in this article.