Plan Bass Fishing Trips
As the weather heats up many men start to plan bass fishing trips with their buddies. Bass fishing is a favored pastime of men across the U.S.A, probably because bass can be a challenge to catch. Planning the bass fishing trip at times can be much easier than actually catching the fish.
You will need:
- fishing gear including pole, lures and bait
- fishing buddies
- fishing vest
- mosquito repellant
Grab a buddy. Sure you could opt to head out into the wilderness alone to be at peace with your thoughts and enjoy solitude, or you can take a close friend or two and really make the best of this bass fishing trip.
Choose your time and location. This takes research. Take into consideration the location, weather, time of month, water changes, and the specific species of bass you are fishing for when setting the perfect time and location for your trip. Don't forget important things like waders, fishing vest, sunglasses, sunscreen, and mosquito repellant.
Pack for your bass fishing trip. Again, take into consideration the time and location of your trip. If you are headed south, the weather may be warmer, so pack accordingly.
Gather up proper fishing equipment for the bass fishing trip. Many anglers suggest you bring at least two rods best suited for the type of bass you are fishing. A rod kit is also suggested for quick repairs; a broken rod could really spoil the moment. Have a spare reel, an extra spool, and spare line.
Bring your lures. You are going to need woolly buggers, dry flies, muddlers, adult flies, crayfish, poppers, rigs and jigs. Lures are no joke. Make sure you what you need and plenty of it.
Don't forget the cooler. As everyone knows, planning a bass fishing trip isn't complete without a cooler full of beer. Enjoy the sun, company, and a nice cold one while you seat back and reel them in.