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Texas Rig Still Has It  

Looking back many years ago one of the first ways that I caught bass was by using a texas rigged worm, now 25 years later it is still a texas rigged worm that I turn to when the bite gets tough and I need to put one more fish in the livewell to make my tournament limit. In a nut shell that will tell you some of the power that fishing a texas rigged worm has when it comes to catching bass. In fact if you look at all the Bassmaster Tournaments winning techniques from start to the present; texas rigged worms was number 3 out of all the different techniques in ways of how tournaments were won over the years. So what makes the texas rig so good, let's take a closer look at what it has to offer and a few different ways to rig and fish this top 3 bass bait of all times. Read More

 

How To Rig A Cane Stick  

Learn our suggestions on the three best ways to Rig the Rojas Cane Stick. 

Texas Rigged This is probably going to be the number one way many of the bass fishermen will fish the Cane Stick. Simply run the hook through and rig it Texas style, this will give you a slow presentation that will let the natural action of the Cane Stick catch fish for you.  Read More


Fishing Tip: Try varying the speed of your retrieve. While some fish are turned on by fast moving baits, others may be waiting for prey to come into the perfect position especially when hanging around structure.

Fishing Tip: Big Bite Pro Jeff Kriet: "When pulling a lure through the grass, try to make contact with stumps. When you hit a stump, just raise the rod, crawl the bait over the stump then let the bait fall back down in front of the stump. That's how I find a lot of my bites."  

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