The BassGrubb Ohio Fishing Blog is where you will find lots of useful information about fishing for large and smallmouth bass. Learn what baits to use, why and when to use them. Learn fishing techniques and tips that will give you the best chance to be a successful bass fisherman.
Plus, I'll even throw in a few stories about some of my more memorable fishing experiences. Some might make you laugh, others might actually teach you something.
You can't buy happiness, but you can buy a boat and go fishing. And that's pretty much the same thing!
|Posted by Al Rubosky on May 15, 2019 at 5:35 PM||comments (31)|
Buzzbaits produce savage top water strikes from bass that actually seem to be annoyed by the disturbance created by the bait. Buzzbaits are available in many styles and designs.
|Posted by Al Rubosky on April 4, 2019 at 9:40 PM||comments (1)|
A relatively new bass fishing technique called the Tokyo Rig is taking the fishing world by storm. The method was invented in Japan. The fishermen there are fishing in extremely pressured waters where the fish are difficult to catch and have become conditioned to existing techniques. Mike Iconelli, a Bass pro, ac...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Al Rubosky on March 25, 2019 at 5:15 AM||comments (5)|
This humurous tale begins with my younger brother Luke fufilling his lifelong dream of owning a bass boat. Luke purchsed his boat from a gentleman named Bubba Redding, who lives in California. Bubba, having been a successful tournament angler for many years, had accumulated a large number of fishing sponsors. Consequently, to g...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Al Rubosky on March 19, 2019 at 9:50 AM||comments (2)|
A bladed jig, is a jig with a vibrating blade out in front of it. The placement of a blade in front of a jig head provides additional flash, vibration, sound, and adds an eratic action. Bass pro Mark Davis, famous for his crankbait fishing, describes the choice of fishing a bladed swim jig as an option halfway between a spinnerbait and a crankbait....Read Full Post »