Although Missouri, may not be known for its trophy fishing on bass, there are a lot of big bass, which allows the angler to deal with life. To catch them, you'll probably have to use different methods than you use to catch smaller bass. If you want to catch some smaller fish searching for this wall hanger, then this article is for you. First, I will share some of my favorite techniques of big bass. Then I'll pick some of the best lakes and rivers in the state to find a bass lives.
This is personally my favorite way to catch big bass gigants. Setting up is very simple. I use a plastic hook 2/0, broken and shot a big tongue. I touched the bait (I prefer the green fish from two to five inches) in the back, a little under the spine. The depth of the fish depends on where I am, but it is usually best two to four feet. It is important to wait a few seconds after hitting the bass to set the hook. If you set the hook, do it hard, but not excessively. In addition to the green sun fish, very good living working the shadows, glosses, suction cups and various other stove, catch the same.
This is one of the best methods for a large spring and largemuta basmusa. Throw the jig in hard cover or near the marina, and let the jig sink slowly down, if you wound. Set the hook as soon as you feel resistance. It works well in the summer, but it is particularly striking in the period from March to June. My favorite method is to jig – a mini-Strike King Jigs, in green and brown tones.
Plastic worms – this is a good bait for bass from April to early November. The general rule: the bigger the bait, the more bass. I prefer Texas facilities and wind the very slow, but there are countless ways to successfully catch the plastic worms, including Korolinskaya installation tricky installation and weightless rig. My favorite big one – 7-inch worm Berkeley Power Worm. It works well on bass giant geese from two to five pounds, especially at night.
Lakes and rivers:
Table Rock Lake
Most people find the best Table Rock Trophy lake in the state. This reservoir of about 40,000 acres of exceptionally clear and deep. In deep water inhabited by many small baleen and spotted grouper and shallow water contains mainly buyvoltsy. Perhaps here trophic machinery number one – it's free lining three to five inch shynerav. Other successful proposals – a spinerbaity for tubes devices, driftwood and plastic worms. The main channel near the dam, and the James River arm lever Kings River – a great place to search for trophies, but the lake takes the bass.
This 55,000-acre lake in Central Missouri strongly fished, but somehow trophy bass fishing remains one of the best in the state. Here reigns bass Largemut, although in some coats of arms of the river there is a limited population of small mustache and spotted bass. Best captured with devices & # 39 are flipping jigs, spinnerbaity and various jams. The key to success here & # 39 fishing is many docks that line the lake because the lake offers very little other cover. Hand Niangua, Grand Glaize arm of the river channel and upset – this is a good place to stay large lagoon.
Gaskonada River – a world class bass river. From its humble beginnings near Springfield, up to the town of Vienna, the river is almost completely dominated by small mouth bass. Between Vienna and at the mouth of the Missouri River bass gilgemut takes place next to a small mouth. Live hearth, compass rose, tools for pipes, flipping jigs and spinerbaity work well for both types of bass, which are in the river.
You may have noticed in the section of this article on Lake Table Rock, I mentioned that the hand of James River was a great place for catching bass. However, fishing does not end on the lake. All the way from Springfield flow downstream to the point where it becomes a lake Table Rock, James River – a beautiful river fishing with a float for the huge shallow shoal and spotted bass. Popular nicknames spinnerbayty, live songs and soft plastic – all popular.
I hope this article will help you learn the technique and places to catch trophy bass here in Missouri. Perhaps not likely that you will catch the bass world record in Missouri, but it does not mean that fishing for them with the & # 39 is an exciting and pulsating heart.