7 Best Bass Lures That Work Year Round | Bass Fishing



Here are the best bass lures that catch fish all year long! If you’re on a budget, then here are the best baits for your buck!

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50 thoughts on “7 Best Bass Lures That Work Year Round | Bass Fishing

  1. Great video for the novice and refresher for the seasoned Angler who like myself, can get stuck in their ways and stop utilizing the all those “other” lures in their arsenal. Definitely appreciate the information!

  2. I agree it can be very confusing and frustrating especially after my 10 plus year hiatus!! I found myself with far too many lures that I don't use. I keep it pretty simple now with plastics (wacky, ned rig, swimbaits), a couple jigs, and spinnerbaits. The crankbait and jerkbait part was probably my favorite because there's so many styles so this video helped. I also always heard jerkbaits were good only in cold water so I will have to try these soon! Thank you!

  3. I thought the video was damn good. I dont need 7 lures to catch bass…lol. But then again I'm not a professional.
    That said it seems like I'm missing 2 of the 7 shown.
    in regards to chuck cooper comment….he did mention worm via finesse worms, which do work better than regular earth worms, plastic or real. I feel he was explaining the 7 catergories of lures that work, as we all know lures come in many colours and size etc. Chuck Cooper hit the nail on the head with texas rig…..designed for weeds, but the rig works anywhere.
    keep the videos coming…enjoy watching and learning.

    thank you- Damian

  4. I always have a Texas rigged Exostick tied on. I usually put the jerkbait away during the summer bc it gets in the mid 90s, we've had 5 days in a row where we broke the record for the high temp. Guess I'll try the jerkbait the next time I go fishing

  5. More and more I find myself using soft plastics and finesse from my kayak. I need to get more practice in on crankbaits and spinnerbaits this spring/summer! Finding the fish is a different story haha, thanks for all the info!

  6. Great video Glenn. Texas rigg, wacky rigg, or shaky head and spinner bait is all i need seeing as I only fish from shore I however enjoyed watching this
    Video.

  7. Glenn, another great though controversial video. I agree it gives a good starting point for filling a tackle box, especially if you enjoy power fishing. Thanks and please keep them coming.

  8. In review the top 7 lures, jerk bait, crank bait, jigs, worms, crawfish, spinnerbaits, lipless crank baits. So everything but frogs and chatter bait and spoons, thanks… Lol

  9. Hey, can you please tell me what brand/model that finesse ribbontail worm is?? Small ribbontail worms like that work so so well here on the Susquehanna/Chenango smallies but they're really hard to find so I usually end up cutting off a big chunk of the ribbontail's body to downsize it. I use the cut off worm chunks on Beetle Spins and hair jigs so I technically get two baits out of just one, but still.

  10. I would not discount the plastic worm in its many shapes (not just finesse). It has been my go-to for many years. Spinnerbaits rank up there too for me. Great video, Glenn.

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