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Fishing With A Plastic or Rubber Worm

June 26, 2011 By: admin Category: Fishing Tips

Live bait is usually your best bet for catching fish but withing with a plastic worm for bass has long been an effective lure for pulling out those lunker bass.

You need to use a worm weight and a worm hook to make sure the plastic worm is on securely. Its works best when fishing the bottom where you work it slowly. If you are on a lake with piers you can also toss them slowly under piers or other cover such as lily pads that bass like to hide in.

Catching bass with rubber or plastic worms is very much about the movement. You have to jerk it and then let it sit and then repeat the cycle. This will attracts the fish and makes them go after the worm.

Bait Casting Reels

June 01, 2011 By: admin Category: Fishing Gear

When you are fishing with live bait you want to be able to place the bait exactly where you want it. The live bait needs to look natural. A fisherman needs to cast the lure with accuracy which is why you need a bait casting reel.

Use a bait casting reels on your fishing rods because they will give you that extra degree of accuracy when you are casting towards shore or want to be right next to the log where the big bass are hiding. Here are some more extras for using bait casting reels:

  • Line will not come off the reel in a big mess of line.
  • It is easier to use heavier line when practicing with bait casting reels.
  • Use bait casting reels for the big fish because you use bigger lures and heavier lines.
  • You use your thumb for controlling the casting action on a bait casting reels. Some have a button for control and others are open.
  • Bait casting reels have centrifugal brakes inside the gears which can be adjusted as your learning.
  • Bait casting reels are best used while holding the reel portion in your hand.
  • Do not overfill the spool on a bait casing reel.
  • You want your lure to travel at the same speed the reel is moving.

Bait casting reels are best used with a 6 1/2 foot or 7 foot rod. Remember do not whip lure.

Fishing Chautauqua Lake

August 28, 2009 By: admin Category: Fishing Trips, Freshwater Fishing

Chautauqua Lake is a beautiful lake in Western New York.  There are all kinds of freshwater species of fish in the lake.  Chautauqua Lake is known for its musky fishing however you can catch huge bass and is a great for fishing pan fish such as bluegills and crappies.  For an up to date fishing forecast visit the following link.