Spring Bass Fishing
Posted on February 23rd, 2011
As spring approaches, and daytime temperatures begin reaching the 70′s and 80′s, the water temperatures in our area lakes also begin to rise. As the water temperature approaches the 60′s, the creatures of the deep begin their annual migration to the shallows to spawn (lay eggs). When bass are shallow, they are the easiest to catch. You have an increased chance of success during this time of year. Not only are they feeding, they are also trying to protect their young, as well, thus doubling your chances of your bait getting hit. Catch a beautiful spring day, take a young one with you and introduce them to the sport. It will be a great investment in their future, and yours as well.
Spring is a great time to enjoy our beautiful lakes, and the sport of fishing!