Plastic Worms and Creature Baits
Productive fishing tips and tricks for plastic worms, lizards, and other creature baits.
The Texas rig is one of the most versatile ways to fish for bass. Here are some of the most productive ways to fish it.
The floating worm will produce both numbers and quality fish during the spawn. Here's how!
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.
Any time he is flipping or pitching into heavy cover, B.A.S.S. angler Brent Chapman favors using a Texas rig for his soft plastics. Here's why.
Rigging soft-plastic lures through the middle is a time-tested presentation. Using a specially designed weighted jighead adds a twist that catches more bass from more places.
How do YOU choose color? Do you use what a buddy told you was working? Here's a better way.
The Texas Rig and Shaky Head rig both catch a lot of fish. Learn about them here!
This bait is easy-to-use and catches fish. It practically works itself. You – do nothing.
How did this by-product of modern chemistry make its way to the fishing world in the first place?
Plastic baits come in enormous varieties. This article covers the different plastic baits and how to fish them.
What about these new plastic baits these days? How do you rig them and what do you do with them? It's all explained inside.
They may look odd, but one thing is for sure -- learn how to use these baits because they do catch fish.
Creature baits are here to stay. If you are not making them part of your bass fishing you are missing out.
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.