There is something about bass fishing that latches on to our fun strings and creates a bass fishing puppet as the little and sometimes big green fish lead us around willingly accepting the heartache and the financial burden to figure them out. Here at Rambling Angler Outdoors we are more than happy to share the lessons learned and the challenges overcome. Whether you like pitching, flipping or fishing deep with a drop-shot or big jig we can offer insights and tips. Now I am a bit rusty on the deep water bass fishing, but as I learn it little by little, I will be glad to share the frustration along with the rewards here on Rambling Angler Outdoors.
Wacky Rig for Bass HOW TO FISH THE WACKY WORM RIG The wacky worm is probably the most underutilized technique among the presentations that produce the best action under many circumstances. The wacky work doesn’t […]
Idaho Record Smallmouth Bass Dworshak Reservoir, located east of Lewiston and close to the central Idaho town of Orofino. It has a long history of giving up large smallmouth bass. Joey Walton, an Idaho angler, […]
National Bass Fishing Trail Mississippi Division The National Bass Fishing Trail “NBT” offers weekend anglers a way to compete with top anglers locally at an affordable entry. The NBT is a trail for adults and […]
When Is The Prespawn For Largemouth Bass Knowing when bass spawn is key to locating prespawn largemouth bass effectively. There are several different ideas on when bass will spawn. The water temperature being the most […]
Spookin’ Up Springtime Spawners There’s nothing more exciting than a big bass exploding on your topwater bait. One of my favorite and often overlooked times of year to throw a topwater, is during the springtime […]