Best Bass Lures & Bass Fishing Baits

Spinnerbaits:
Designed to slide over logs and rocks. Large blades means slower retrieval without sinking too deep. Smaller blades or willow blades means it needs a faster retrieval.

Rattlebats:
Designed with rattling beads inside to make a lot of noise. Mostly used in murky water off docks and weed lines where the water is a little deeper or dropping off quickly.

Buzzbaits - Loud:
This is a light-weight version of a spinnerbait where the blade is splicing the surface of the water making a lot of sound. Mostly used to fish in murky water over-top of thick weeds that have not reached the surface.

Buzzbait - Quiet:
This is a surface popper with a buzzbait blade. The blade is splicing the surface of the water making sound but not too much. Mostly used to fish in clear water where bass are more cautious and hiding down in thick weeds that have not reached the surface.

Crankbait:
This is a deep running lure that floats up to the surface quickly when you stop reeling. Itís good for fishing the end of docks or along weed lines where the water drops off quickly.

Mepps' Comet Mino:
This is a shallow running spinner good for casting between patches of weeds or off the ends of docks.

Hula Popper:
This is a surface lure designed in areas with submerged logs or weeds that have not reached the surface.

Jitterbug:
This is a surface lure designed in areas with submerged logs or weeds that have not reached the surface.

Bass Spook with Buzzbait Blades:
This is a surface lure designed in areas with submerged logs or weeds that have not reached the surface. Itís louder and designed for murky water.

Surface Bass-Popper:
This is a surface lure designed in areas with submerged logs or weeds that have not reached the surface. Itís quieter and designed for clear water.

Floating Bass Popper Fly:
This is a bass fly. Itís great for casting into open areas within thick patches of Lily Pads or off floating patches of Bulrushes. Itís also good for areas with a lot of submerged logs.

Texas Rig & Carolina Rig:
Texas and Carolina rigs are weedless rigs and have a multitude of practical applications, which is why they are the top used bass baits. You can reel them through thick weeds, slide them up over Lily Pads, cast deep into Wild Rice patches, reel them in through thick logs and even retrieve them through roots at the edge of floating patches of Bulrushes. The difference is the Texas rig drags the rubber down with the weight while the Carolina rig is good for flipping over Lily Pads leaving the rubber on top of Lily Pads or floating weeds.

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