Best Bass Baits for Fishing Muddy Water

Best Bass Baits for Fishing Muddy Water


Muddy water fishing for bass can be disheartening when you feel like you can’t locate fish or draw a bite. Muddy or murky water inhibits a bass from seeing nearly as well as in clear water. Here are few baits that will help draw the big bite in dark muddy or murky water!

 

Squarebill Crankbait

It is hard to beat a crankbait in muddy water. It moves water, it makes noise, and it smashed into everything it can when fished correctly. Fish the bait specifically into rock and structure, and hold on! They often get bit while flashing after striking cover.

bass fishing squarebill crankbait

Flipping Jig

When cold fronts and storms churn water, bass will often hug tight to dense cover. A flipping jig in black & blue paired with a matching chunk trailer will give bass the right movement and profile while letting you fish tight to cover. You may even wish to attach a rattle to the jig or into the trailer to add additional rattle and sounds to fire up your bass!

bass fishing flippin jig

Creature Baits

Although bass lose part of their visual hunting ability in muddy water, in many situations, fishing a flapping creature bait can be very effective. I like to T rig creature baits, often with a rattle or pair of beads to provide just the right sound and profile in low visibility water.

bass fishing creature bait
Buzzbaits

In muddy water, bass often remain shallow. When you need to draw a big reaction from hungry bass, look for players. A buzzbait in black and blue will do the job in shallow water. The noise made by the bait will imitate a semi-stunned or injured shad or baitfish. Bass can’t resist…

bass fishing buzz bait

 

Hopefully this helps hone your bait selection after your next front or outing over stained/muddy water. Now get out and hook a monster! Tight lines!


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Best Bass Baits for Fishing Muddy Water

Sep 24, 2019 Fishing Tips

Best Bass Baits for Fishing Muddy Water


Muddy water fishing for bass can be disheartening when you feel like you can’t locate fish or draw a bite. Muddy or murky water inhibits a bass from seeing nearly as well as in clear water. Here are few baits that will help draw the big bite in dark muddy or murky water!

 

Squarebill Crankbait

It is hard to beat a crankbait in muddy water. It moves water, it makes noise, and it smashed into everything it can when fished correctly. Fish the bait specifically into rock and structure, and hold on! They often get bit while flashing after striking cover.

bass fishing squarebill crankbait

Flipping Jig

When cold fronts and storms churn water, bass will often hug tight to dense cover. A flipping jig in black & blue paired with a matching chunk trailer will give bass the right movement and profile while letting you fish tight to cover. You may even wish to attach a rattle to the jig or into the trailer to add additional rattle and sounds to fire up your bass!

bass fishing flippin jig

Creature Baits

Although bass lose part of their visual hunting ability in muddy water, in many situations, fishing a flapping creature bait can be very effective. I like to T rig creature baits, often with a rattle or pair of beads to provide just the right sound and profile in low visibility water.

bass fishing creature bait
Buzzbaits

In muddy water, bass often remain shallow. When you need to draw a big reaction from hungry bass, look for players. A buzzbait in black and blue will do the job in shallow water. The noise made by the bait will imitate a semi-stunned or injured shad or baitfish. Bass can’t resist…

bass fishing buzz bait

 

Hopefully this helps hone your bait selection after your next front or outing over stained/muddy water. Now get out and hook a monster! Tight lines!

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