Do you know that having good fishing gears can help you beat your competitors when it comes to fishing? When did you last look at what other fish anglers are using to catch more fish than you? Have you ever wondered what to do to catch up with them? It’s obvious there must be a solution.

Don’t just go fishing; you need to be prepared and well equipped. I believe you don’t want to waste your whole day of night en go home with nothing while your friends are bossing with a big cash. I have prepared some trending fishing gears for you to help you have a great experience in fishing.

1. Fish Finder 

Fishfinder helps you locate fish more quickly and estimate their population. There is a variety of fishfinders that we can’t exhaust talking about here. I will only speak of the best fishfinders. One of the best fishfinders is Lowrance HDS-7 Gen2 Touch. HDS-7 has a 7-inch colour display for widescreen viewing in all conditions. It also has a multi-window display which will let you quickly choose from preview set page layout including a three-panel view with charts in all of them. It also has an overlay down scan imaging onto Broadband Sounder. How would you feel having a fish finder with a quick menu that can help you review recorded sonar history including transitions and structure then pinpointing locations with a waypoint, there it is. (Here is the review of best fish finders of this year which was well-written by Robert Carlson from Outdoor Tricks, if you’re finding an article to read about fish finder)

Let’s also look another great fishfinder.

DEEPER Sonar Smart Fish Finder. It’s a portable device that can submerge in water. It is built on an external screen that is left with the Fish Angler to view the positions of the fish. This device will show fish location within its diameter of viewing. It’s very accurate since it scans fish while underwater.

2. Bite Alarm

Let’s talk about the Yolo electronic led light. It’s simple a device that will raise an alarm when a fish bites the fishing bit. It is easy to use and take because what you only need is to clamp it on the fishing rod, then touch the switch and the alarm starts working. Once the fish bites the hook, the line will shock and the alarm will make some noise to alert you It also has an LED indicator to be used at night and this makes it even more convenient at night. Yolo Electronic Led Light Bite Alarm powered by3XIR44 button battery. It’s easy to carry and install since it is designed to clip on fishing rod tightly.

T000000 Outdoor Electric Clip is another amazing Fishing Gear with incredible features. It’s blue in colour with an LED indicator and a volume adjustment knob. It can be heard as far as 30 meters away with lead alarm for fishing at night. It also has an adjustable strap which is suitable for all kinds of fishing rods.

3. Fishing Reel

Fishing reel is a cylindrical device attached to a rod used to wind the string and stowing. There is a variety of fishing reel. Let’s look at some of the latest best.

Lews Mach 1 Speed Poollt’s one of the best reel used for fishing with graphite frame and side plates. It is light in weight and made of stainless steel and 10 bearing systems. It has anti-reverse steel clutch bearing. Multi-setting brake utilizing external click dial for adjusting magnetic brake system. It’s double ionized and highly durable to give you better service. The Rod is build on an IM8 blank incorporates technology and components. Nano technology is used to strengthen the graphite fibers enabling the rods to be light and stronger and more sensitive.

Abu GARCIA Black Max It’s a four bearing steel ball bearings and 1 roller bearing provides smooth operation. It has a power disk giving a smooth drug performance. Durable brass Dura gear brass for extended gear life. Consistent brake pressure system from MagTrax that is efficient throughout the task. Has a compact bent handle providing a more ergonomic design.

Having quality fishing gears will make fishing easier and enjoyable. Who would hate to have a good catch every time you go fishing. Having great fishing gears is your one and only assurance. It will help you compete with others and not only compete with them, but you will also beat them.



In the realm of searching for and landing bass anglers often discuss seasonal patterns and tactics. How to approach winter fishing, what the best New England Fall Bass Fishing Tips are etc. Others discuss River Bass Fishing Tips, or Bass Lure Presentations. There is no doubt that these are all valid factors to consider when approaching any fishing situation, however one still remains, time of day. I consider any given day of fishing as passing through its own set of phases much like the seasons of a year. Understanding these phases and how to conquer them will transform you into a more successful and confident angler.

Well, what IS the best time of day to fish for bass?” you may ask. The answer to this question is simple, yet complex at the same time. The best time of day to catch fish tends to vary day to day depending on weather conditions including cloud cover and water clarity. Assuming we neglect cloud cover and water clarity, generally speaking the most productive times of day for landing fish are in the morning and evening.

Morning/ Evening Bass Fishing

Largemouth and smallmouth bass follow very similar feeding patterns in the morning and evening periods of the day. These are the two times of the day in which bass tend to feed extensively and are more apt to strike topwater presentations. This is a result of the sun being positioned at a low point in the sky, either just rising or just setting. The prescence of light wakes the fish up, and the lack of direct sunlight on the surface often entices a topwater feeding frenzy. In general bass come into the shallows and feed more extensively in the morning before the sun is high in the sky and after the sun begins to set when the water becomes a bit cooler. In between the realms of morning and evening fishing lies the challenging world of afternoon fishing.

Afternoon Bass Fishing

An angler often hits the water for a day of fishing just as the sun is rising, or briefly before it breaks the horizon. As mentioned above morning fishing is one of the more productive times of the day to catch bass. This leaves an angler with an optimistic outlook for the rest of they day, however when the sunlight hits the surface of the lake the topwater bite dies and our approach must change. Catching bass in the afternoon is a more challenging affair, especially in the heat of the summer. After morning has passed the sun rises high in the sky heating up the surface temperature of the lake. This forces bass deeper in the water column where their optimal temperature is reached. This is where a fish finder can really do you a lot of good in finding what depth the fish are suspending at. Altering our bait selection and presentation depth can make afternoon angling as productive as any other time of day.

Night Fishing For Bass

Depending on the body of water you are fishing, night fishing for bass will be either extremely productive or simply mediocre. Fisheries that see a lot of boat pressure from fishermen and other various water sports are the places you can count on landing a solid stringer at night. The large amount of boat pressure forces bass to retreat to deeper waters where they feel safe. When the sun goes down and the boat pressure is alleviated the bass then feel safe moving into the shallows and feeding. When night fishing for bass be sure to fish baits that cause a lot of rattle and vibration when presented since it is difficult for a bass to see your bait at night.


In the end, bringing all factors into consideration, the best time of day to fish for bass really depends on an array of factors. You will find different patterns as you approach different lakes in different parts of the country/ world. The sport of bass fishing is a game of change and adaptation. The one factor that stays constant is your understanding of angling and how to adapt to each unique circumstance. This is what will make you an all around successful angler.


Catching Bass In The River.


Locating and landing bass in current can test the skills of even the most experienced angler. Of course wherever you happen to pull up your boat and drop a line in, there will be some level of current, providing there is wind present. The current I am referring to, however, is heavy river or stream current. Thus, this article is entitled “River Bass Fishing Tips.” Coming from the perspective of an experienced angler fishing ponds and lakes almost exclusively for the beginning years of my angling life, landing bass, or any fish for that matter in current is a whole new realm of fishing. River bass are of a different breed than those that are found in lakes and ponds; they are often thinner from battling current, which also lends to them putting up a more intense fight. Well, we wouldn’t want to get bored would we? Now, let us dive into the realm of bass fishing in current.


As with bass fishing anywhere, the first tip that I will give you is this, “Locate the fish.” This seems like an obvious first step, but of course it is crucial to our fishing success, because If we are not locating fish… well we may as well stay home and cast in our swimming pools and sip margaritas. So we know that Largemouth as well as Smallmouth bass like to find structure that they can relate to. This can be a tree down in the water, a really big rock, or any part of their environment that is unique to the rest. In rivers this holds true as well but with a twist. In lakes and ponds bass can easily locate structure and hold to it without any problems. In a river or stream, however current comes in to play, and that nice big rock out in the middle becomes a swirling whirlpool of current that would cause more energy exertion than it could possibly be worth. So, this being said, largemouth and smallmouth bass alike, want to stay the hell out of the current! So that leaves us with a pretty simple answer to the question “Where can I find bass in a river?” Search for weaknesses in the river’s current and fish them; find current breaks. An example of a current break is a huge rock up against the shoreline, the water will flow around the rock creating a sort of still pocket of water right behind it. Hanging in this pocket will keep bass out of the current, as well as give them a good view of what is floating by so they can ambush a tasty dinner. This is much like a largemouth bass hanging on the edge of a weedline, ready to ambush when the time is right. Apart from current breaks search for backwaters. Backwaters are the holy grail of river bass fishing, and the best thing about them is that you can just fish them using the tactics that you are familiar with for pond and lake fishing. A backwater is a section of a river is located off of the main current, forming a small pond or creek arm reaching away from the current of the river. The third and final river location that I have a lot of luck with, is where a stream or river flows into a primary river. The two currents collide creating an area where they cancel each other out and make another great spot for bass to hold and ambush any prey that may swim or float by. (The picture at the beginning of this article is one of my favorite backwaters to fish).



For the three locations mentioned above a few prominent techniques can be used to pull largemouth and smallmouth bass out of the current. First we must understand how a bass will normally feed in a river or stream environment. This involves what it will feed on, and where its prey will most likely be. First off we know that bass feed primarily on insects, bait fish, and crayfish in rivers and streams. So, like the smart anglers that we all are, we will chose a lure that will mimic one of these. Use a small crank bait to mimic a minnow swimming in the current, a jig to play the part of a crayfish, and if you are a fly fisherman tie on the fly that best matches the hatch for that time of year. With this we must also understand how these food sources also act in current. An insect, well… can’t exactly swim, so you fly fishermen, let your fly float past the spots we talked


Well, now that you know where to locate largemouth and smallmouth bass in rivers and streams, and how to lure them out, get out there and do it! The most wonderful thing about bass fishing in a river is the diversity of species you will find. Here in New England you could be bass fishing on the Connecticut river and just happen to pull out a 40″ pike; you just never know. While bass fishing on the Connecticut river, using exclusively bass tackle I have pulled in a handful of rock bass, roanoke bass, walleye, perch, rainbow trout, and salmon. Its always a pleasant suprise to get something for free that you weren’t expecting. Take these river bass fishing tips with you next time you’re out on the water.
about above. Minnows, and crayfish, much like the bass, will be battling the current, and will be found in places with less current pressure. Crayfish dart around the bottom in short bursts 6″-12″ in length with pauses. When a crayfish sees a bass approaching it will put its claws up in defense and swim backwards more quickly, so we must mimic this movement with our jig. Also, rigging a trailer that will give the profile of two claws is always a good addition. I find the Gary Yamamoto Hula Grub to fit the bill quite well. When fishing a crank bait in the current, know that a bass will rarely strike a lure that you are swimming against the current. This is because this is an unnatural occurrence. You will never see a little minnow in the middle battling the full force of the current, so don’t make your lure do it! When using crankbaits fish cross-current patterns, this will leave the bait in the strike zone long enough for the bass to strike, and give a more realistic presentation.

-Happy Bassin’


Bass is a kind of fish who has an ordinary name from the other species of fish. However, Bass fish does not keep up a correspondence to any meticulous scientific classification. Different kinds of bass are known in different local colors, like black, red, white and the rocky colored one.

Based on studies, bass fish has 30 different types and the most popular is the white bass and sunfish bass.

What is Bass Fishing?

Bass fishing simply means the activity of catching the fish. Fishing to some people is all about sports, leisure activity, entertainment, recreation, and to some it is their way of relaxation. Accordingly, bass fishing is one of the most sought after fishing tournaments conducted annually in different parts of the world.

Different forms of bass fishing are conducted to promote friendship, oneness, and camaraderie among the bass fishing contestants. Also by bass fishing they learn how to protect nature and promote how to care for the sea. Contestants also learn the different types of fishing styles and different variety of fish.

Tips in Successful Bass Fishing

  1. Always check the fault you committed in using your bait. You must learn from your mistakes. Do not do the same thing you had committed so that you can catch more fish the following day.
  2. When you see that you are not having any bite from the fishing lure you are using, automatically change your style or location. Keep in mind that bait should always look appealing to the fish.
  3. Learn how to study the location, if you find you have an empty catch try to move from one place to another place. Remember that fish moves. You should be the one to look after them not the fish to look for you. As much as possible, do not camp at a permanent place. Moving from one place to another is a good thing to do especially if you are in the competition. You should be familiar with the place.
  4. You must not lose your concentration. Accept that fishing is tough sports. You should pack your patience most of all the time. Patience means you have to sit and wait for the fish to bite. It does not necessarily mean that if you have a good fishing lure the fish will easily be attracted.
  5. Learn how to predict the weather. Bass fish always hide instinctively when the sun is shining. When it is very sunny the bass fish also scatter like the clouds in the sky. Nevertheless, in cloudy atmospheres bites are easy to have. Air pressure also affects the bass population. Bass reactions also depend upon the air pressure at the bottom of the water.
  6. Learn what fishing lure you should use. Fishing lures should attract the fish not to move them away. As much as possible you should choose the perfect one for the catch. Do not get so drape up in multi-color fish lure.
  7. Do not be dirty in fishing. Fish fairly and have a friendly strategy. Always be clean to the sea.
  8. Do not take extra baggage. Bring what you need the most. Do not bring unnecessary things that will only cause you a burden. Choose the best equipment that you will bring in fishing.
  9. You should be familiar with the site, as much as possible explore the fishing site so that you will be able to get the biggest catch.
  10. The most important thing is to respect others and the nature as well.
  11. Some techniques you should learn from World Fishing Network.

Successfully bass catch

Fishing should teach us how to become a more responsible and an accountable human being. People sometimes misinterpret fishing and tend to abused the nature. The most important lesson is that we must value ourselves and the nature as well.