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In case you like to fish and enjoy the relaxing experience that comes from it, you probably know about bass fishing. If so, you also know that, even though bass have the reputation of being quite the fighter when captured, the thrill of first awaiting the strike and then hooking a striper causes a chemical effect within the body that creates a somewhat euphoric feeling. This all by itself makes the experience really worth the time and effort.

In fishing, each person has his own opinion, in most cases these views range from source to location. There are some bass fishing lures and baits that are much suggested for bass fishing because they could be very helpful if you haven’t attempted them. An example is the 7 inch shaded Tequila worms with additional scent are recommended, and also Rebel wee-Rs. Hellgrammites are touted as the best of them all live baits, some people are of the view that you don’t necessarily require big baits to attract big basses. Most people will advice you to tie up to a bank, or locate a dock to get closer, but this is an art that cost you many years to perfect.

Striper fishing is indeed a great sport, but your success in fishing largely will depend on volume of things that you have to learn this elusive species of fish. Let’s explore some of these.