BEGINNER BASS FISHING

TIPS, TRICKS AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

LOOKING TO LEARN SOME QUICK BASS FISHING BASICS? START HERE.

ABOUT THIS BASS FISHING VIDEO COLLECTION

Can YouTube Videos help you become a better bass fisherman? Follow along as we put other YouTube Bass Anglers’ tips & tricks for how to catch bass to the test. I created this bass fishing video playlist to share my fishing experiences whether good or bad and that absolutely includes a lot of bass fishing. Learn with me as I try new bass fishing techniques through all seasons from the boat and shore.

In this video collection you’ll learn basics like which lures catch more bass from the bank, tips like moving around when fishing for bass, trying evening fishing to catch more bass and more.

LEARN ABOUT TYPES OF LURES USED FOR BASS FISHING

You’ll also see lots of videos on different types of lures, like Texas Rig 101 – How to Fish a Texas Rig Worm and Catch Bass, Frog vs Worm – Which Fishing Lure Catches More Bass From The Bank?, Wacky Rig Bass Fishing From the Bank – Easy Enough for a Beginner!, Beginner Fishing Lures! How to Fish with a Twister Tail Grub (Easy) and more.

LEARN SOME QUICK AND EASY BASS FISHING TIPS

You’ll also get some invaluable bass fishing tips like 5 Reasons Beginners Should NOT Buy Expensive Fishing Gear – Tips!, Realistic Bass Fishing Tips – Change Lures To Catch More Bass!, Baitcaster Tips: Does Line Conditioner Help with Casting Further?, How to Catch Bass with a Ned Rig Craw – Easy Bass Fishing Tips! and more.

BEGINNER BASS FISHING VIDEOS

BEGINNER BASS FISHING FAQs

There are easy and affordable ways for anyone, especially beginners, to start bass fishing. Start Simple. Fishing with easy fishing rigs is the best place to start. Something as simple as a hook and a worm can catch a bass. It helps to be familiar with the area you are fishing – one way to do that is to continue fishing in the same area until you feel comfortable.

You may also find inspiration from beginner bass fishing videos like this:


Everyone knows about plastic worms and spinnerbaits but depending on where you’re fishing, other lures can be just as easy to use. Swimbaits, crankbaits, and even crawfish can be easily learned and catch you more bass. Fishing conditions determine the easiest lure for you to use. In the weeds, you want to use a weedless lure like a Texas Rig Worm. In deep clear water, something like a crankbait might be more appropriate. Remember the conditions determine which lures would be easiest to use.
It is important to know what’s in the water where you are fishing. Are there weeds, rocks, logs or nothing at all? Bass relate to structure in the water. When fishing from the bank, focus on these areas. Docks, logs, boulders, even bushes are the features you want to focus on. Fishing around these will greatly increase your chances of catching bass.