Aluminum catches the wind like none other but if you're not a deep water/main lake kind of guy I'm sure an aluminum boat would fit the bill.
^^^ Here's the deal:
Bass are a shallow water fish. There are ALWAYS some bass shallow.
And....there are days when the wind does not blow.
I've fished em all. Big fiberglass down to a buster boat or canoe.
Aluminum costs less to start with, is lighter (this time of year that means shallow draft / shallow water), trailers great, uses less fuel trailering, is a WHOLE lot less maintenance then fiberglass, pushes easier with less horses - i.e. better gas efficiency, and NEVER suffers from gel coat related issues (there are many as boats age).
It's true, if you plan to fish Rayburn or Texoma on windy days - forget tin boats.
If you want ease of use, trailering, loading / unloading, maintenance and start up cost.............might wanna look at aluminum.
Bass fishing doesn't have to be complicated but it should be easy to enjoy.