Blog Posts - Bass Fishing



10-day Fish Pic Challenge - Day 7 - Connecticut River Smallmouths

When we moved to western MA in June 2014, I was excited to be closer to smallmouth waters. However, what I didn't realize is that there would be so many great places to fish within 20 minutes of the house, so I rarely end up driving the extra 20 minu...

Common Fish for Ultralight Fishing

So you’re considering making the move to ultralight fishing. So what type of fish can you expect to reel in with your new gear. While you may never haul in a tuna or sturgeon, you may be surprised at the variety of catch available to you, even with...

The Ins and Outs of the Ned Rig

For quite some time, I had been slowly piecing together a Ned Rig article for this blog - a mix of a review and multiple trip reports. However, that idea got nixed and I ended up running the article in Kayak Bass Fishing Magazine. This issue is loade...

A Textbook Post Spawn Beatdown

It was mid-morning and I found myself with a few hours of free time, a rarity these days.  It was a no brainer - I loaded up and headed for the water.  But in the back of my mind, I knew that this time of year can be tricky in New Engl...

Kayak Bass Fishing Magazine Officially Launches

This past week, Kayak Bass Fishing (KBF) Magazine made its debut.  Texan Chris Payne is the man behind the mag, and he deserves a ton of credit for all of his hard work.  Creating a magazine from scratch is a tremendous feat, and KBF r...

A Rough Day of Kayak Bassin' Turned into a Triumph - Never Stop Learning

 Sometimes you just can't resist the urge.  So last Friday I snuck out for a few hours after work to chase some bass.  I had fished this lake once before, but was eager to do a bit more exploring.  The day started fast,...

The Ice has Melted - My First trip of 2015!

At long last, we drove by the local lake last Saturday and it was half melted.  The following Tuesday, it was 100% clear.  Grinning ear to ear, I knew that my first kayak fishing trip of the year would take place in the near future.  N...

10 Questions with new Wildy Pro Wes Widrig

A year or two ago, I linked up with Wes Widrig via social networking on Facebook.  He was regularly posting pictures of big Virginia smallies and other species.  Eventually, I started to notice some sweet video footage as well.  It did...

10 Questions with Georgia Giant Chaser Rok Ly

I first met Rocky Ly on the RiverBassin Trail back in 2011.  He was shy and somewhat reserved, but he was always right there fighting for a top spot.  Since then, he has become a fixture in the kayak fishing community.  He is still cru...

10 Questions with Wilderness Systems Pro and guide Juan Veruete

 Five or six years ago, as I was really getting into kayak fishing, I decided to do a Google search for folks kayak fishing near where I grew up, in Central Pennsylvania.  I had spent countless days chasing smallies throughout that region w...

Fly Fishing For Striped Bass Experience

Get fly fishing for striped bass that become the most experience that most of fisher is love to do it. It is tension, prestige and honorable when they are able to get stripe bass for their fishing experience moment. Stripe bass or sometimes called wi...

10 Questions with Kayak Fishing Guru Eric 'Slappy' Harrison

Over the course of the next week or two, I'll be posting a series of interviews with a variety of talented kayak anglers from around the industry.  Today, the man behind the answers is Eric 'Slappy' Harrison.  Before, during, and after my m...

Bass Fly Fishing – What Is The Most Interesting Things

Bass fly fishing is interesting for you. You can catch the fish with fly fishing. It is interesting because you can use the artificial fly to fishing a fish. You can use it as effective fly rod. This fishing game is so interesting for you who love fi...

3 Techniques of Setting Bass Fly Fishing Flies

In fishing bass fishes, bass fly fishing flies are being the most important elements. It is used to be attention getter of bass fishes. Setting fly fishing flies in the right position is crucial to trap bass fishes. To avoid mistakes in putting in fl...

A Video Intro to Medium Cranking

Yesterday I put together a short video that talks about a subject that I think gets ignored a lot - cranking medium depths. It is no secret that I love to crank, and I could ramble on about it for hours. But, hopefully this video gives you an idea...

Fly Fishing for Bass : Knowing The Technique

Fly fishing for bass is an ancient fishing technique that is often used by some fishers. It is generally being known to be a fly fishing technique to fish some kinds of fishes. The fishes include trout and salmon, bass, toman fish and many more. To c...
by Fly Fishing Tips For Beginners on Feb 17, 2015

Exciting Changes for 2015 - Team Wilderness Systems & Bending Branches

If we are connected via social media, then this is probably old news.  But, I am so excited that it deserves its own blog post.  It is a pleasure and honor to announce that I have been added to the 2015 Wilderness Systems and Bending B...

Using Maps to Become a Better Fisherman

Maps, they never lie.  Those were words I found myself typing last week in response to a Facebook status from uber talented Georgia kayak fisherman Rok Ly.  Rok was on information overload - lots of dock talk, yet no solid in...

Catch of the Day

Robin's Outdoors Catch of the day - this 18.5" smallmouth bass. It was so cold on the ice today that I was happy to claim this one as my keeper. The post Catch of the Day appeared first on Robin's Outdoors.
by Robin's Outdoors on Jan 17, 2015

When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Fish Shaky Heads

It seems every experienced angler has an opinion of a shaky head.  Some anglers hate them and say they cannot make themselves fish that slow.  Other anglers, though, know the secret.  They understand the circumstance that call for a sh...


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