What Baits to use For Bass

What Bait could i Use to Catch my First Bass, I just recently Started Fishing about 2 years ago, on and Off, one day every month or so...but still no Bass that i got ashore, I have a Boat that i cant use yet, so im looking for Shore fishing location...Thx for any Help, or Ideas.

Posted by Kyle Frink created over 6 years ago - last updated over 6 years ago
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John Wright

depending on where im fishing decides what i use but a spinner bait is a good all round lure and i use a trick worm when using soft plastics but everyones gonna have there own favorite for this

Posted by John Wright Elite Member over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

John A Wright

a senko is a lot of peoples favorite or  a lizard but i know a lot of people love baby brush hogs but you cant go wrong with soft plastics so long as you get the color right that is the major factor

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Raul S.

In a new area I usually throw a crankbait. If there's a lot of weeds in the area use a weedless frog they have great results. I've also had great results with a jig with a grub on the hook.

Posted by Raul S. Expert Member over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

New Hampshire Largemouth Bass Fishing

Topwater   Try a popper or a top runner, jitterbug, buzz bait along the weeds or some soft plastic. Give it time and you will have a bass and be hooked

Posted by New Hampshire Largemouth Bass Fishing over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

here is an interesting site with decent info to check out-

http://www.bassdozer.com/articles/grub-fishing.shtml

Posted by Aj Shapiro over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

Rev Jesus Ramos Jr

I use a prerigged worm called a Bass Stopper. 5 1/2 inches in the natural color with 3 hooks and anise scent. http://stopperlures.com I recently bagged a 7 pounder with a 1/2 oz. Bill Lewis rat-l-trap Chrome/Blue Back

Posted by Rev Jesus Ramos Jr over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

Dennis Huskins

Soft plastics with curly tails hooked Texas style with a little weight in greens and browns and slight sparkle

Posted by Dennis Huskins Elite Member over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

P Piers

You should base your bait on season, temp and condition of the water. For ex. cold water early spring use a lizard for a reaction bite.  As far as fishing from the shore just keep in mind theat bass are Ambush predators.  Look for cover that a bass can use to hide in like: logs, edge of lily pads, under water ledges and so on.

Posted by P Piers over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

Gary Martin

I never gave into the jerkbait hype for prespawn bass, but my goodness they are freaking amazing.  Been using the rapala versions right now, loooking to upgrade to luckycraft in the near future.

Posted by Gary Martin over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

A Storm brown and black spots Paddle tail with red eyes.

Posted by Alan Giella Expert Member over 6 years ago - Report Abuse

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