Want To Catch Big Bass? You Have To Fish For Them!

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Fishing And Catching Big Bass

Yes, we all want to catch big bass and catch that once in a lifetime bass but most anglers just don’t fish for them. They fish where the average size is located but not the monster. Then the angler wonders why he doesn’t catch the fish he wants to catch.

Catch Big BassBig bass isn’t going to be out in the open. for sure. Matter of fact, most anglers will never ever get near a monster when fishing. They are too worried about catching bass and just fish where the average size feeds and lives. Yes, they fish structure, weeds, stumps and etc. but that is not where the pigs are feeding. The anglers have read so much about fishing they think that is where to fish for big bass.

It’s NOT!

Confused? You’re not alone, so are hundreds of thousands other anglers. Do you really think the lunkers got big by being out in the open where other small basses are feeding? Yeah, you’ll catch a nice one every so often but you’re not catching big fish on a regular basis. Big bass is going to be in deep cover, some has never seen a lure even because anglers don’t go where they are located.

Big bass is going to be located in the thickest, heaviest cover you can find or even imagine. They are going to stay close to that cover most of their lives. Some will never see a lure because anglers won’t go where they are or don’t know where they are in the lake they are fishing. You can fish a whole lake and never come close to a monster.

Anglers

I know an angler and have fished with him that catches nice size regularly. Other anglers just can’t believe how he catches monster all the time. So, why does he catch the pigs while other anglers are catching nothing? Because he fishes for them! He fishes where they are, he goes in places where most anglers don’t even think of going and fishing. He fishes lures that resemble the prey the bass are eating. He imitates the prey with his retrieve and does everything he can to make that lure look real.

fishingIf the bass is eating craws, why throw a lure that is 10 inches long? How does that imitate what the bass are eating? If the bass is feeding on shad then why throw a craw? Listen, bass have lived where they are most of their lives, they know what is natural in their environment. If something is out of place then the bass is going to know that and be cautious about being around it. Bass didn’t get their size because they just fed on anything that came along. If their environment changes then they are not going to feed… period.

Another thing is big bass aren’t going to chase your lure like you think they will go after it. The guy who catches the big one on a regular basis fishes his lure so slow that you think he fell asleep. It might take him 10 minutes to get his lure back to the boat. He wants to keep his lure in front of the big bass’ face for as long as he can keep it there. Why does he do that? To tempt the bass into striking longer.

Bass

I fish the same way, I fish the heaviest, thickest cover I can find. I put my lure right where the cover is the thickest and then wait. After a while, I will move the lure and move it slowly. I learned this a long time ago and noticed when I fish like this I catch more nice bass and you will too. I fish from shore a lot and have had dozen of boating anglers come over and ask what I was using as a lure.

Catch Big BassI would tell them and even show them my lure. What they didn’t realize was it didn’t matter if I showed them the lure or not if they didn’t have the technique to go along with it. Next time you’re out on your favorite lake, look around, look under trees, look for the thickest cover in the lake and try fishing it. Fish where others don’t fish or even think about going to find cover. Try it! You’ll be surprised!

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