Drones For Fishing – Are They Worth It?

For years anglers have been bringing along cameras to document their catch. With the introduction of HD action cameras like the GoPro, fishermen were able to capture underwater video footage of bass spawning, schooling, eating, swimming, etc. Now, quality drones with extended range and HD video capabilities are available to

Lucky Tackle Box (LTB) vs Mystery Tackle Box (MTB)

Monthly subscription boxes have become all the rage of late. You can sign up (and pay) to receive a monthly shipment of everything from science kits to clothing to....well, fishing gear. Two of the most popular bass fishing monthly subscription boxes are Lucky Tackle Box (LTB) and the Mystery Tackle Box

Jig Fishing | How to Fish a Jig For Bass

While not the easiest or most popular way of fishing – using a jig is an important part of the fishing arsenal that every angler should know. Jigs can be fished in a number of ways, at a variety of depths, and in various conditions. COMPLETELY CUSTOMIZED Jigs are the most customizable

The Top 5 States for Bass Fishing

Nothing gets an anglers adrenaline pumping like hooking up with a trophy largemouth bass. Quality bass can be found in lakes all across the United States but there are only 5 states that play host to potential world-record breaking lunker largemouth. CALIFORNIA More of the World Record Top  25 biggest largemouth bass

Do bass have a favorite color?

The answer is surprisingly yes! Studies have shown that bass are more likely to strike lures that were or included the color RED. This only held true in shallower water as RED is also the first color to disappear as you travel deeper into the water column. The next time you are

Selfies on a Boat

  GoPro's and drones have changed the game and now amateur and immature fold are able to look semi professional for only a few hundred dollars. If you are looking to take photos or videos from your boat or kayak there are plenty of camera and mounting options. GoPro - they were the

Bass Boat Check-List

Aside from the standard boating equipment - tackle and rods, and the standard coastguard equipment - life jackets and other safety equipment the folks at Bass Fishing Facts have put together an awesome checklist of items to make sure you don't leave home without. *Fire Extinguisher (Required) Hose Clamps *PFD's (Required) Jack (Check to

Favorite Vendors

Here is a list of some of the best vendors around!           *BassFishingFacts.com is not paid to recommend/nor is affiliated with these companies.