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News — Northwest Bass Fishing

4 Simple Ways to Fish for Bass in Washington/Oregon

Posted 3 years ago

The Northwestern states of Oregon & Washington are well known for their popular runs of salmon & steelhead, great offshore Pacific Ocean opportunities and unique fisheries like sturgeon. Species abound in this territory of plentiful rainfall and a moderate climate. One species that gets attention all over the USA is often overlooked in Washington and Oregon. The largemouth bass.All across the U.S. people fish avidly for bass, compete in tournaments and chase trophy largemouth. These fish are popular for a few specific reasons. Bass react primarily to moving baits which results in styles of fishing that require technique and attention....

Go The Distance - Premier North West Bass Fishing

Posted 5 years ago

Northwest Bass Fishing - Go The DistanceOur favorite home waters undeniably have some great Bass lurking in the shadows and waiting for us in our favorite honey holes, but living in the Pacific Northwest puts us in an ideal position to head for waters that are a little more distant. Yes, you can catch some quality fish in Silver Lake, Lacamas Lake, Vancouver Lake, Battleground Lake, the Willamette, backwaters of the Columbia on the Oregon and Washington sides, and some smaller, less notable waters within a short drive, but it is worth it to do some research, pull out some...

Drop Shotting - Japanese import? or ... tried and true technique!

Posted 5 years ago

Is Drop Shotting, Japanese? Soon the hot action of PreSpawn, Spawn and Post Spawn will give way to hot fishing in waters that have a from run off, cleared up and stabilized into traditional warm water Bass fishing conditions. With that warm weather will come additional pressure on our favorite lakes and river backwaters.Along with water-skiers, jet-skiers, kayakers, canoers and swimmers will come swarms of fair-weather fishermen, straining the water with every kind of Bass bait, rustling, thumping and drumming on the insides and outsides of their boats with nets, paddles, tackle-box lids, anchors, chains…..You name it. They will roar...

Texas? Away up North here?

Posted 5 years ago

If you’re relatively new to Bass fishing, you have probably heard of or tried fishing with ‘soft plastics.’ What some folks have mistakenly referred to as ‘a rubber worm’ has exploded into an amazing variety of lifelike and/or bizarre-looking soft baits that appeal to fish for various reasons and under various conditions. One thing is common to all soft plastic baits: If you rig them properly, you can penetrate deep into ‘snaggy’ cover and present the bait to fish that would never see other categories of baits because they feature treble hooks or exposed hooks.From Left to Right among the...

Tournaments? That’s Just For The Pros, Right?

Posted 5 years ago

Bob with a brute! Okay admit it: You’ve watched those Bass fishing T.V. shows, and when all those competitors with their fancy boats and gear blasted off to their secret honey holes you thought, ‘I’ll never do anything like that. That’s just for experts and professionals. Besides, fishing is for fun, not frantically casting and trying to make money.’Well it’s true, anything can be taken to an extreme and as far as I’m concerned if you’re not having fun, you’re not really fishing. But if there is one thing I have learned in decades of Bass fishing, the smartest thing...

Learning to Love the Spawn|Bass Fishing

Posted 5 years ago

A lot of things have changed since the beginning of time! The human kinds first fishing pole was a giant stick with some woven string! Intellegence of men has grown with the growth of the earth. Mankind has made great technological leaps, but his limited understanding of the weather, especially when it influences water temperature and Bass spawning, can be one of the greatest hurdles for a Bass fisherman.The first thing to do, regarding the spawn, is to forget the calendar. Months of the year can be a good general indicator, but weather cycles have their own, often totally unpredictable,...

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