How to Reel In Big Bass in Texas

One thing to look at are techniques and lures when fishing for bass in Texas, but that depends on where you go. Most places accommodate artificial lures, though some bass tend to get a little picky with waters rising and lowering too often.

The best bet after you’ve selected a location is to check with bait shops in the area for friendly advice on what lure and which structures to locate (and even when) for some good, quality bass yields.

One thing I highly suggest is to give the Texas Rig a shot, since it originated in the state. It may work well in other states and areas, too, but once you try a Texas Rig in Texas for a while you can tell that it was created by a very wise Texan.
All in all, you still have at least one task to check off of your list of things to experience if you have yet to fish in Texas. There’s not really much more to life than taking in beautiful, breath-taking Texan scenery in all of its varied splendor and then cooking up some big, fresh, delicious, catches after an exciting day on the lake.

Or at least, there shouldn’t be.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow bass fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on bass fishing since 2004.

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