Post spawn bass can become lethargic and less aggressive, AND harder to locate. Let us break down where to look and how to catch em after they spawn.
During the spring season, bass are highly active and feeding aggressively at various depths, making them susceptible to different types of lures as the water temperature rises. While moving lures such as crankbaits and spinnerbaits are generally effective, there are times when bass prefer slower-moving lures. This is especially true when the water temperature lingers below 60 degrees or during cold-front situations later in the spring. By varying your lure selection and presentation, you can improve your chances of hooking more bass and enjoying a successful spring fishing season.
Early spring trout fishing made easy in this quick and easy read. Learn where, when, and how to catch trout early in the season.
These are the best winter fishing baits you'll want to have in your tackle box, to make sure you catch TONS of fish this season!
2 late winter lures to help you fill the boat this winter. Jerkbaits and underspins are excellent cold water lure choices.
We asked the pros what works for them when winter rolls around in Florida to find out what the best wintertime lures for Florida fishing would be:
Watch along as SB Fishing breaks down his favorite ways to fish both a blade bait and a spoon. When the water gets below 40 degrees, these two lures shine.
Late summer fishing can be tough, and the bite is known to dry up. Here are a few tips to make sure you put fish in the boat during those tough times.
Winter bass fishing is a tough bite, but it can produce some giants. Here are a few tips from one of our collegiate anglers that should help!