Posted by admin on January 20th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized
There is no greater test of both skill and patience than the one felt during fishing. It takes a special kind of strength and discipline to awaken early enough to coordinate the trip and catch the big one.
Those of you looking to catch the biggest bass aren’t going to want to miss these helpful tips and tricks. Why waste money on expensive books and tapes when you can fire up internet.clear and get all the tips you need right here?
1. A good lure
In some of the clearer bodies of water in West Virginia, you’ll want to make sure you use a dark colored crankbait, spoon or spinner. You want to grab the bass’s attention and they need to be able to see what’s happened.
2. Follow the schools of bait fish
One of the best indicators of a possible large bass hunting ground is the presence of a large school of bait fish. Nothing draws a hungry hunter like these hordes of tiny fish and if you are able to find one, then chances are a large bass isn’t far away.
If the bass are being elusive, try probing deep structures with spinners and spoons.
Posted by admin on January 4th, 2012 filed in Uncategorized
If you are going to be bass fishing in West Virginia there are some things you should know to make your trip more pleasurable and successful. If you want to go boat fishing and are new to the sport, you should consider going with a bass fishing party group. It certainly sounds like a lot of fun. Also, fishermen will help you out and if you are new you could use all the help you can get.
West Virginia is arguably the best Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on August 5th, 2011 filed in Uncategorized
West Virginia is home to some of the top bass fishing spots in the United States with one of the favored locations being Stonewall Jackson Lake. This lake developed under the auspices of the Army Corps of Engineers boasts the preservation of the natural habitat for optimal growth and development of large mouth bass. Even though Stonewall Jackson Lake, which opened in 1989, has a catch and release only restriction, the average catch of a 4-6lb bass affords great fishing stories for anglers.
Along the Kanawha River, dams in the London, Marmat and Winfield area, created by the Army Corps Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on August 1st, 2011 filed in Uncategorized
All around the world more and more people are getting into the sport of bass fishing. This is something that does not have to many requirements if a person is simply bass fishing for fun. Actually the only requirements are that the fishing spot needs to have bass, the fisherman needs a fishing pole, and the fisherman needs the time to fish. Out of all of these requirements the biggest one may very well be that the fishing spot needs to have bass swimming around in it.
With the knowledge that the Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on July 30th, 2011 filed in Uncategorized
The outdoors of West Virginia can be greatly enjoyed while bass fishing. With the cold running river water, the lively smell of the trees and the more than occasional one way road you know that this is true wilderness. By learning how to adequately prepare for such a trip it is almost guaranteed to be a fantastic success. This can be accomplished by following a couple of common sense ideas.
When exploring the outdoors always bring a friend along. You never know when an emergency can occur that Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on July 27th, 2011 filed in Uncategorized
Bass fishing in West Virginia can be exciting to any fisherman. West Virginia offers some of the best lakes for bass fishing. If your looking for the perfect lake visit Stonewall Jackson Lake in Roanoke, West Virgin. This is considered the premiere place to bass fish. Here are some tips to catch the elusive bass.
Location is the most important thing to consider. Bass fish like to hide out around rocks and grassy areas. These Read the rest of this entry »