Doing It While Seated OR How To Flip From A Kayak.

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a regular series by iBass360 Kayak Specialist Steve Borelli offering Kayak fishing tips to both beginning and experienced Kayak anglers. If you are … Read More

Wing Dams Spell “Dam Good” Fishing!

As America’s population moved west in the 1800’s, the nation’s rivers became more important thoroughfares for moving freight. As the volume of freight moving downriver increased, the size of the … Read More

Dissecting New Water: Flipping The Good Wood

Editor’s Note: Pro Staff Bret Dawson has taken the challenge for iBass360- Fishing new water and writing about how he dissected the structure to find fish. The good, the bad, and the … Read More

Putting A New Spin On The Old Spinnerbait

  I really enjoy fishing Spinnerbaits. I appreciate their versatility. You can use them as a search bait, or cast to targeted areas in the pads. You can flip or … Read More

A Plan To Dissect New Water: Craig’s Creek

Editor’s Note: Pro Staff Bret Dawson has taken on a new challenge for the iBass360 Blog-Fishing new water and writing about how he dissected the structure he encountered to find … Read More

This Spring, Nothing Could Be Finer Than Bass With A Carolina!

 Slow twitching suspended jerk baits, drop shotting or swimming swimjigs are just a few of the hotter techniques being touted for spring. With Ewin Evers win at the Classic, flipping … Read More

Creating More Fishing Time Through Organization

You can have a sweet rig with all the electronic bells and whistles. You can select the right rod/reel combo, the matching line of choice, even tie on the perfect … Read More

Get The Drop On Spring

Springtime in the Northwoods usually means cabin fever has reached it’s most critical phase- fishermen going crazy watching the ice melt and chomping at the bit to get out and … Read More

It May Be Snowing, But the Chatter Is All About Spring

I am looking out the window watching the snow fall but I know the ground hog did not see his shadow, and that Pitcher’s and Catcher’s report this week, so … Read More

Sweet Home Alabama

 It was 2012 when the “Alabama Rig” first started being widely used by bass fisherman. But, as the old testament verse reminds us, there is really nothing new under the … Read More

Ice Out: Bottom Grindin’, Middle Movin’, Top Teasin’ but Subtly

by Bruce Edward Litton By early March, lakes and reservoirs of the Mid-Atlantic region of the Northeast are typically ice-free. At this time, largemouth bass become responsive to a variety … Read More

Peanut Bunker and Jetty- Trench Warfare for Stripers

   After a long night walking one of the longest jetties in New Jersey, casting and retrieving what felt like a million times, snagging countless bucktails on the underwater rocks, … Read More

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