Having trouble catching bass during the hot summer months? Here are some of our favorite fish-catching techniques including frogging, crankbaits, and drop shotting.
It's summer, the spawn has passed and the bass have scattered seemingly in every direction across your favorite body of water. Not to mention, bites have become few and far between. We tapped into the knowledge of our bass fishing experts to bring you some of the hottest baits, techniques & tactics to target stubborn summer bass.
The growing popularity of fishing has been well documented in the last two years and one of the fastest growing segments, even before the pandemic, was kayak fishing. There are many reasons for the increased interest, including the lower cost versus purchasing a boat and motor as well as the chance to fish smaller waters and access areas that boats cannot get to.
Two kayak fanatics are the host of The Kayak Fishing Show with Jim Sammons, a show beginning its 13th season on television, and a YouTube personality with nearly 430,000 subscribers, Gene "Flukemaster" Jensen. Both have spent thousands of hours fishing from a kayak and have learned how to stay efficient on the water.
When it comes to fishing, for beginners and seasoned anglers, their ultimate weapon is choosing the right rod, reel, lines, and other gadgets to make the most out of this adventure. Anglers are thrill-seekers, so the right choice of tools and equipment will make it more fun.
Choosing the right reel may not be easy as it looks. There are many aspects you should look into before opting for the right reel.
Whether you are an expert or a newbie angler, selecting the right rod can be tricky as you must consider various factors to choose the best one.
You should consider features like the rod’s length, blank material, number and type of line guides, handle style, weight, action, and power to find the best fit for you fishing style and target species. To help you make an informed and educated buying decision, we've put together this guide to break down rod types and features and what they are best suited for.
A ChatterBait (aka vibrating jig or bladed jig) refers to a skirted swim jig featuring a blade and a hook made by Z-Man Fishing. The blade hits against the lead, tungsten, or zinc head of the jig and in combination with the color schemes and swimming action, creates an alluring combination of vibration, colors, sounds, and motions, fishing enthusiasts can use to reliably attract and catch fish. In this post, we will review some of the most popular Z-Man ChatterBaits, with varying specs and features. We will also offer a few tips to help you get the most out of your ChatterBaits.