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The hobby has attracted a lot of people who have promoted this one-off entertainment to a legitimate sport.
At that time, outdoor shops, equipment and even business had been established, and many other surrounding areas had benefited from it.
More and more people are beginning to realize what is hot today.
Fishing for bass is much more athletic than fishing for bass.
As tournaments become more popular, landing the perfect trophy bass is becoming more and more important.
It seems overwhelming for someone who has just started.
Probably the first thing to cover is some of the bait that is critical to your success in fishing for bass.
Do you know what is the best bait for landing trophy bass?
While there is no particular scientific approach, an informal survey of many professional bass fishermen has been conducted, and they have determined that plastic worms appear to be the number one option among professionals, followed by the spinner bait and the crank bait.
Many times, however, you have to dig a little deeper for the right temptations.
There are many other things you need to consider.
First of all, if you think it would be better to work in smaller waters, or if you want to work in larger waters soon, then plastic worms will not be cut.
The use of worms is a more time-consuming process, and when you find the bass that is running in school, they tend to work best.
It will take time, of course.
Another area where you sometimes have plastic worms problems is the strike.
Plastic worms need to use a fairly heavy sink in order to function far enough underwater.
However, the weight of the sink can sometimes make you not feel it when the bass strikes.
On the contrary, the spinner bait can move faster on the water surface.
You can bounce at the bottom for the time being to move it in a way that mimics the live insect and affect the bass strike.
Because of its winding-free design, the rotating bait is also an effective bait for the coastline.
Finally, the crank bait can also cover a large area of water in a short period of time.
This also helps to investigate specific areas in a short period of time.
If you can\'t find a bass in the water that goes to school, this may be your next best option.
The main idea to extract from all of this is that no matter what type of bait you decide to use, no matter where you decide to cast your line, you definitely have to make it as easy as possible for the bass to see the bait, and hit it.
Fish have limited visual ability but can perceive distance well.
The more you put your bait on the bass, the more likely they are to strike.
This is the biggest key to the success of bass fishing --
Get a good idea of the features of your bait and everything else will be in place neatly.
Before we finish, let\'s quickly discuss when you should launch in order to maximize efficiency.
When the sun is in the sky, fish tend to go deep into colder waters and they move much less.
This makes the time before sunrise and the time behind day the absolute best time to pull the most fish in the day.
One thing to remember, though. . .
When fishing at these times, be sure to catch you at a steady rate.
Due to the lack of light that increases their limited field of view, the bass is able to continuously perceive the bait, so that he has the opportunity to hit the bait becomes more important.
Finally, if you are planning to go out at dawn or dusk, make sure the temperature is over 50 degrees.
As with being too hot, Bass becomes more sleepy when ambient air temperatures drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
With an in-depth understanding of the proper time to fish in the day and the proper bait to capture them, you are already ahead of many anglers who have been working on the job for years.
There is more to learn, such as the way the weather affects bass activity, water quality and purity, but this will come later.
Now, go have fun and take your limits home!