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How do I start bass fishing? What lure do I use? What's the best reel for crankbaits? Baitcasting or Spinning? What do the Pros use? What's a bass?

Get answers to these and many other questions along with tips and techniques and other great info to make your day on the water more productive, right here.

If you're like me then you know that there is just something about fishing. Something that calms but excites at the same time. The sounds of the birds in the early morning and the movement of the water. The smell of the air. The sound of that boat engine starting up and then getting on plane. The smell of clear water.

All lead to the ultimate feeling of a bass striking that lure you have just rigged up and the feel of that line and rod load up. You got it, you finally got that bite and better than that it keeps happening. Not just that day but every time you go out, it just gets better and better.

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To get here you first got to know what you are doing. You have to understand what works and when it works. I mean sure you can go out any day and have a good fishing day cause everything just lined up. But to be consitantley catching fish, that is the key. And the only way to do that is to learn what works.

Weather it's your endless search for the perfect technique to win that prize, even if it is just bragging rights for the next time the fellas are together. Or if its just knowing where the heck to begin.

So how do you land that elusive trophy lunker? Some say it's all in the lure you use. Other's are strictly about technique. And yet others will say it's all about timing.

Well to be honest with you, at least in our humble opinion, no one is wrong but no one is exactly right either. When bass fishing, it takes a little bit of everything to land a lunker. It requires having knowledge of all aspects of your gear, the conditions and your target bass in order to give yourself the best chance.

So lets get started! There's bass fishing to do and you are already in the right place to gain the advantage.

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