Biffle Bugging

Biffle Bugging is simple, find a rocky bank, ledge or flat you would normally crank, cast it out and grind and wind. Here are our gear recommendations and tips on how to select the right head for the depth you’re fishing.

Busting Bass with the Buster

Second to a classic inline spinner Sensation’s Bass Buster is one of the easiest lures around to fish. Perfect to get beginners into bass fishing or if you need a finesse power fishing tool to imitate juvenile baitfish it is going to be the ticket. Have you tried them yet?

Matching your Tungsten weights to your Craws

Craw style baits like Zoom’s Speed Craw, McArthy’s McCraw and Keitech’s Crazy Flapper all have an optimal fall rate to get the pincers kicking and bass biting. Using too light a weight will reduce the amount of action it imparts especially when using them to pitch to vertical cover. In today’s video we explore some […]

Mega Cranking the Shallows

With water temps cooling, water clarity improving and plenty of forage around bass have once again begun to move shallow as we head into late summer, but with all the natural food on offer they need to be force fed with a reaction bait to get them to bite. To start your search, the best […]

3 Spinnerbait Trailer Tips to land more bass

Some days your favourite spinnerbait with the right blade combination, right skirt colour and right weight only draws those tell-tale knocks of a bass nipping at the blades or not staying hooked up when they do finally hit it. Often switching to another bait might not be the answer, but rather giving the bass something […]

YUM’s Thump’N Dinger is more than just another swimming worm.

Built on the body of the successful Dinger series it features a kicking tail with a thin profile perfect for pitching around grass and timber, and the bonus is it works great even when fished on the lightest weight. PLUS we’ve just added 3 awesome new colours to the range Black / Blue Laminate, Watermelon […]

BASS CAM: Topwaters from below

Ever wondered what your topwater looks like from below and if the pattern on the sides really makes a difference? Well, here you go, and yes bass can definitely see that slick colour pattern on the side and top of the bait so matching the hatch is key. Here we featured a classic Heddon Spook […]

The mechanics of landing a bass

Rod tip down – it’s a simple enough principle to keep fish pinned but there are a lot of mechanics involved that starts with having the right taper rod for the technique (single hook or treble) as it acts as your shock absorber on the jump. Next up is the type of line you’re fishing, […]

Hazelmere Quickstop

A quick stop at Hazelmere dam for an hour+ session resulted in 7 bass. The water levels are at an all-time low but if one works the banks there are several holding in the shallows. Fishing ultralight is always fun and action-packed when catching these dinkies.