Largemouth Bass

Largemouth Bass can be found in almost all corners of the U.S. Chances are a good lake or pond is not too far from you. Why is it then, that most people aren't that good at catching them? It's all about their focus. Heck, the next world record largemouth bass might be right down the road from you.

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Most people don't start fishing to collect fishing lures. The same is true of boats, fish finders and tackle. This seems to be the main focus of most fishermen though. Finding fish should be your main focus, because once you're on them, all you need to do is fine tune your technique.

“This lure is deadly. All I've got to do is find time to get out fishing, and those fish are mine!” Sound about right? Mother Nature doesn't care if Saturday is your only day to fish. She also doesn't care if the lure you are using is wrong for your favorite spot.



Bass, luckily, can be caught on a great variety of lures. Some people like to fish more actively, and some like the “dead stick”. You may not be after the world record, but you can catch a dandy on simple gear. With an understanding of them, you can fish them the way that suits you. Learn more about bass biology

Having said that, all fishing lures are not created equal. Selecting the correct lures, will save you time and lots of money. Take the money you save, and buy a good fillet knife because you'll need it! We'll talk about lures later.



Save your time on the water for catching fish. Spend some time now learning about your little green buddies! Hey, they get to be on the lake all the time. Matter of fact, they are probably looking for something to eat right now. Let's go find them! Here are some good largemouth fishing tips to get you started.







Does that get your attention?

Check out the July 2009 world record challenger!

World Record Largemouth Bass, Lake Biwa Japan




So who should hold the title?

Should a bass that was placed in a lake take the title from a bass that grew up naturally? Lake Dixon is stocked with trout and Lake Biwa in Japan isn't even supposed to have bass! Should George Perry's all natural bass be pushed aside by false challengers?

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KentuckYJELLYfishin'! Not rated yet
Dixon should be the record! It's not like it was spoon-fed! lol! I mean really, that bass grew to that size in that lake! Just because it was stocked …

Dixon Not rated yet
I say Dixon because that lake doesn't get stocked with bass anymore they are all natural breed bass, even if they stock it with trout. It avoided all lures …

bassdog Not rated yet
If the fish wasn't planted, he would have never caught it, so I think the one caught in Japan is the record.

Georgia bass Not rated yet
George Perry's natural bass should remain with the title. If that bass was placed in there, then it's not completely natural. That wasn't where it was …

J.S. Not rated yet
Manabu of course. I don't care if the IGFA says it has to be two ounces heavier. The fact is it's heavier, their word can't change that. That bass is the …

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