Americans just can’t seem to get enough bass fishing. These highly-prized fish, especially the largemouth bass, are pursued by anglers in practically every state, and are the target for hundreds of fishing tournaments across the country.
Bass are found in almost every part of the country, and because of their popularity as a sport fish, they have even been introduced in Europe, Guam, Japan, New Zealand, and other areas.
While they can be kept and eaten, most anglers simply catch and release bass. Bass are excellent sport fish, and many people choose to release the fish back into the water to preserve the population.
There are numerous ways to fish for bass. Bass are typically caught on artificial lures, but they can also be found with the classic hook and worm. You can use spinning baits, crank baits, jigs, chatter baits, and plastic swimming baits. Bass will strike on just about anything that moves, giving you plenty of options for bass fishing.
One of the most exciting ways to fish for bass is with a top-water lure that mimics a frog or mouse. On a warm, calm day, casting a plastic frog into some lily pads and gently splashing the lure triggers a bass’ feeding instincts, prompting the bass to swim up and bite, and giving you one of the most exiting strikes you’ll ever get. Some anglers even say that one bass caught on a top-water lure is worth ten any other way. (Unfortunately this way of counting doesn't apply for bass tournaments!)
Pound-for-pound, the smallmouth bass is one of the toughest best fighters around. While largemouth are usually found in lakes and ponds the “smallie” is more common in moving water like rivers and streams. Similar to the largemouth, smallmouth bass are caught on a wide variety of lures, but spinner baits and fly tackle are popular for anglers on rivers.
If you enjoy the thrill of bass fishing, Huk has the apparel you need. You’ll be able to find long-sleeve fishing shirts that protect your body from the sun while you fish, as well as shirts that display your passion for bass fishing.
One of the most popular choices for bass anglers is the Huk Performance Bass Logo Raglan Long Sleeve. This shirt has the Huk logo with a striking bass on the front and “Huk Fishing” written vertically down the back. It’s available in orange, neon green, blue, and white.
If you want a tee shirt to display your passion for bass fishing, you can go with the Huk Bass KO tee, the Huk Bass Logo Tee, or the Huk K Scott Back Bass Tee. These shirts are available in a wide range of colors, letting you select the perfect bass fishing shirt for your specific needs.
Whether you are pursuing a smallmouth or largemouth bass, you can get the apparel you need by visiting our website today. We have a wide variety of bass fishing shirts waiting for you, so stop by and check out our large selection.
TackleTour, a high-authority fishing gear and tackle review website, announced the winner of their 2016 Editor's Choice Award in June of this year. Can you guess who the lucky winner was? The Huk Next Level Kryptek All Weather Jacket and the Huk Next Level Kryptek All Weather Bib took home the whopper, and we couldn’t be more proud and thankful.
Kyle Alsop and Taylor Bivins of Kansas State University are the winners of the 2016 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship, thanks to a series of consistent weights. They finished the tournament on Kentucky's Green River Lake with 36 pounds, 4 ounces.
The Kansas State team was the only one in the field of 89 teams to bring in more than 10 pounds every day.