Largemouth Bass like plastic worms.
Purchase a variety of colors from clear to bright and in varying
shades. If fish don't seem to be biting on one color then switch for
something lighter, and if they're still not biting, go for a worm darker
than your original. Generally, it depends on the watercolor, time of day and
Largemouth Bass like man-made or
natural structure So look for them around jetty pylons, tree fall and rock
formations. They also like lots of weed so keep your eye out for a variety
Largemouth Bass like baitfish
Herons like baitfish too. Look out for flocks of birds diving. Quite
often where you find one you'll find the other.
Largemouth Bass like it quiet Fish in areas away from frenzied activity or at dawn before
activities begin. Be aware though that some activity can be a bonus as the
wake from passing boats can wash out the baitfish from their hiding places
in the rocks and, therefore, attract the bass.
Largemouth Bass like deep water and
Keep a variety of deep-diving lures and surface lures in the tackle
box depending on time of day, currents and water temperature.
Largemouth Bass like it cool
Fish early in the day if possible. If the sun is high,
aim for shaded areas.
To catch a Largemouth
Bass light tackle with fast-retrieving lures is usually the best, and remember,
once the fish is landed, the best method of preparation for cooking is to ice
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