Thursday, June 17, 2010

Largemouth bass

Largemouth bass will spawn when the water temperature is in the 65 and 70 degrees area. After the spawn the bass will start moving off the spawning beds and move to deeper water. Bass are hungry and will start to feed. You can look for their spawning beds before you go fishing making sure you wear polarized sunglasses. The bass beds will be hollowed out holes in the swallow water.

If you are fishing from a boat make sure to move quietly through the area you are going to fish. Shallow water warms up quicker than deep water and the bass will start looking for bait fish to feed on. Shallow water with lots of dead trees and logs warms up faster look for large rocks where the bass will ambush bait fish from.

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