November 15, 2018
Welcome to Krakenbass.com! Here’s a simple guide of how to use this bass fishing blog to catch more fish. When I first started diving into bass fishing, I was frustrated with not knowing spots to go near me, or what to use. I spent many days on the water with nothing to show for it. Over the years I’ve honed my craft, and developed this resource to help others catch more fish. I myself use this blog to help me in my decisions of when and where to go. It has helped me catch more fish, and hopefully it can do the same for you.
Here’s the basics of navigating through Kraken bass, and using it to find more spots and solid techniques to catch fish. Here’s a breakdown of what the categories contain at the top of the page. Plus, how the categories can help you for knowing what to do for bass fishing.
The About Page is simply a page with a little more information why this website exists.
Use the contact page to reach out to me and get any of your bass fishing questions answered.
Use the Locations category to find trip reports in different states of lakes, rivers, and ponds I’ve fished and caught bass.
Bass Fishing Techniques
The Bass Fishing Techniques Category is used for any new techniques or traditional techniques to use and catch more fish.
Gear & Tackle
The Gear & Tackle Category helps you see the posts specifically reviewing and describing any tackle or gear to help you catch more fish.
The Products Page are some additional tools you can purchase to help you catch fish, and enjoy your time on the water. Their are some kits and bags of baits. Along with a fishing scale, charts, and eBooks.
Sometimes it’s easier to be shown than told when learning to fish. It can also save you a lot of frustration and headache. The Hire Me Page is some options of things I can help you with personally to try and coach you into catching more bass!
Additional Kraken Bass Guidance
On the side bar are listed tags of different lures, species of fish, and more. Click on any one of the tags to see more posts of a similar nature. Also, on the side bar is a list of the years and months. You can click on any one of those months and find trip reports and techniques to coincide with the time of year you are fishing to help you catch more fish.
Thanks for coming to Kraken Bass! I’ve received countless emails, and messages about the success people like yourself have been finding using the information contained in here. I hope to continue to add to, and modify this blog regularly to keep you stoked. Typically, my goal is to have once a month something new for you. Please let me know if there is anything I could add or do to make this site more useful. I always love hearing from fellow bass anglers.
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