Few things can be as exciting and fulfilling for a fisher person than catching a fish with every cast!
Can you learn how to catch a bass every cast?
Yes and no!
3 Requirements to catch a bass on every cast
There are various conditions that allow you the exciting experience of catching a bass of on every cast.
- Bass are schooled near a trough, ledge, hump, or other structure.
- Bass become excited and so jump at your baits.
- The water you are fishing gets very little pressure, so bass are not used to seeing baits.
As you can see in the above list, finding a school of fish will increase your chances of nonstop action. You can find these structures by analyzing your fish finder readout, feeling the bottom with your lure, or from studying 3-D maps of the area where you are fishing.
And think schooling fish! So, if you catch one bass, assume there are other bass in the area and fish it thoroughly and carefully.
Watch world-class fisherman Kevin Van Dam fish a school; he’s excited!
Naturally, HOW you fish for bass will determine your success. Under various conditions, different lures and techniques will be productive.
On the other hand, some folks really focus on just ONE type of lure:
- Worm fishing (plastic)
- Topwater baits
That’s fine, and you can certainly have success specializing in one type of bait, but most bass fisherfolk like to have a variety of choices to increase their chances of success.
No matter what you decide to use, be sure and learn all you can about that technique. Master the lure and you will be a master basser!
Be sure and share your success stories with me here!
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