What baits catch the biggest bass?

What baits catch the biggest bass?

4 Big Baits That Catch Big Bass, And How To Use Them

  1. Big Bait Swimbaits. The original “big bait” – swimbaits have become such a diverse category that it’s hard to lump them all into one.
  2. Big Bait Glide Baits.
  3. Big Bait Spoons.
  4. Big Bait Bucktails.

What is the biggest bass caught in Mississippi?

18.15 lbs
Rod and Reel

Species Weight Hometown
Largemouth Bass 18.15 lbs Washington, MS
Spotted Bass 8 lbs 2 oz Seminary, MS
Smallmouth Bass 7 lbs 15 oz Walnut, MS
Striped Bass 39.6 lbs Gautier, MS

Where do big bass hang out in lakes?

Look for weed beds, docks, and bridges. Bass will hang out just outside the entrances to shallow coves if there’s a quick drop-off. Also look for any submerged trees, logs, rocks, etc. Once the water starts cooling in the fall, bass will aggressively chase down schools of baitfish.

What is the most expensive bass lure?

The 1853 copper Giant Haskell Minnow is likely the most expensive production lure ever sold. When bidding ended in 2003 at a whopping $101,200, this lure became the highest-priced fishing-related collectible sold at auction.

Are there alligator gar in Mississippi?

This species of gar is the largest apex predators in the Mississippi River system. HABITAT: Alligator gar inhabit sluggish pools and the back waters of large rivers, swamps, bayous and lakes. They prefer large rivers that have a large overflow flood plain.

How rare is a big bass?

They are, nevertheless, rare in numbers. Remember, only 1-2% of all largemouth reach the five pound mark. Big bass fishing for a lunker is made even more of a challenge because most of us don’t fish where they hang out.

Where do bass hang out during the day?

During the day, bass will move toward deeper water or deeper inside the weeds. When the sun is high, always fish the shady side of cover no matter how deep or shallow.

What was the biggest bass caught on?

Official Largemouth World Record: George Perry’s Undefeated Bass. On June 2nd, 1932, George Perry caught the current world record bass out of Lake Montgomery, an oxbow lake off the Ocmulgee River in southern Georgia. The fish (the whopper) weighed 22 pounds, 4 ounces. At that time, world records for fish didn’t exist.