Can you tell me some good techniques for fishing from shore to catch bass?

I don’t have a boat and was looking for some good techniques for shore bass fishing… can you help?

The first thing I can tell you about fishing for bass from shore is to go at night as the sun is going down and the bass are moving into the shallower waters. The area where you fish should not have clear water. It should be a little murky in order for the bass to remain camouflaged. You can fish the rivers or the small lakes where the bass come to the shoreline more often that in the bigger lakes. Beginners have some good luck fishing from shore for bass. I would suggest finding a river for fishing from shore. You might want to have a pair of waders along just in case you want to venture out into the water a little farther. You can cast into the middle of the river or near the weed beds. If you are fishing the rivers and there is a lot of dead wood and weeds, you might need to use an artificial lure, but otherwise, I would use a minnow. The live bait works so much better when fishing from shore. Find yourself a spot that is open enough to fish from shore. The thing that many anglers do is they stop at the local bait shop for some advice on the areas where the bass have been biting. If you want to do some shore fishing, this would be my suggestion. It is possible that in some areas, shore fishing is not fruitful in some areas. You always have to talk with other anglers or someone that knows the area.

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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