When you become a serious angler you know that the fishing rod you choose can mean the difference between having a great fishing day and having a bad one. If your fishing rod can not live up to its expectations, then it pulls the rest of your equipment down with it. You need to make […]
If ultralight fishing is your thing, then summertime is your best chance to catch the bigger aggressive fish in the pond. Summertime temperatures are increasing outside, and in the waters that you fish, and most people think they the bass are getting lethargic, and will only chase large 12″ roboworms, this time of year.
During the hot summer days, most people would rather wait until the sun set, than to go ultralight bass fishing. Once the sun goes down however, there are a few factors that come into play, when it comes to using ultralight gear. This isn’t saying that you can’t catch fish at night with ultralight tackle, however, you just need to employ the correct techniques.
When most people think of Ultralight Bass Fishing, they usually think of buggy whip rods, micro sized rods and lures, and ultralight fish. This is just not the case, at all. I have caught more of my bigger fish on ultralight fishing equipment than on my baitcasting gear, and it was more fun, realizing that you have a monster on the end of your 4lb test!
You finally got your small box of ultralight fishing lures, and you’re ready to go fishing! But wait, hold on! You have to learn how to work the lure before you jump in and expect to catch fish! I will teach you though, in this article, I will explain to you a few different ways to work your lure the next time you’re out on the water.
Have you tried tossing a jig lately? They are guaranteed big fish baits, so why haven't you? In this case, we are going to scale down sizes a bit, instead of targeting just LARGE fish, we're gonna empty the pond! Find out how to fish it!