Floating Rig (Bobber) for Largemouth Bass

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floatingrigThe basic floating rig is setup with a bobber, a split shot for the weight and a hook with your bait.  This is a very common technique for catching largemouth bass, especially among pond fishermen.  Anglers typically have a lot of success fishing with floating rigs near some sort of shallow water cover such as weeds, grass, wood, docks and lily pads.  If you are interested in fishing deeper water with a float, you may want to learn about the slip bobber rig.

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Live Baits

  • Creek Chub (Hooked Thru Mouth) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Creek Chub (Hooked Near Tail) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Redtail Chub (Hooked Thru Mouth) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Redtail Chub (Hooked Near Tail) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Golden Shiner Minnow (Hooked Thru Mouth) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Leech (Hooked Behind Sucker) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Leech (Wacky Style) – Small, Medium, Large
  • Nightcrawler (Hooked In Head Of Worm)
  • Nightcrawler (Wacky Style)

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