Finding crawfish lures for bass requires you to understand how bass feed on them and when you should use them. Click here to see our top choices.
Everything you need to know about fishing a ned rig for bass. From the basics of rigging to bait selection, we’ve got the techniques for using this lure.
The slip sinker rig or Carolina rig, depending on what species you’re targeting, is a great way to catch fish in deep waters using live bait or soft plastics.
The Umbrella Rig is so effective that most major bass fishing tournament series have banned it, which is why the weekend angler should learn to use it.
Knowing punch rig basics will help you catch bass on hot days in thick matted vegetation. We’ll teach you how to rig and catch fish with the punch rig.
The Damiki Rig is a beginner-friendly finesse bass fishing rig. Use these bass fishing tips when the bite gets tough this summer and winter.
The shaky head vs the Texas rig; understand the differences and similarities between the rigs to know which one to use and why it’s better at that time.
The Texas Rig vs Carolina Rig are meant to be used in different situations. Our bass fishing expert reveals the similarities and differences of each rig!
The Texas rig is an old and popular setup that works for anglers of all skill levels. It’s much easier to set up than a Carolina rig too. If you’re fishing a lake with a lot of greenery, you’ll want a weedless rig like this to prevent frustration and lost lures.
The Neko Rig Setup is an excellent rig for when the bite gets tough. It’s often confused with a wacky rig, but a few key differences make it stand out!
If you’re serious about bass fishing and want to catch more, you should learn as many of them as possible. With a combined 100 years of experience passed down to me, these rigs have been pummeled into my brain over my childhood and early adulthood. I’ve got some new, some old, but they’re all good. Let’s take a look!