Fishing For Largemouth Bass
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Largemouth Bass Fishing
Tips, Tricks, Techniques, and Guides
The Largemouth Bass is the most highly pursued game fish in North America.
Knowing more about the Largemouth Bass will help you catch more.
Found in all types of fresh water, from small farm ponds to the largest of lakes, from small irrigation ditches to large rivers and streams, the Largemouth Bass can also be caught under many varying types of water conditions, from the very warm water of summer to the frozen iced over lakes in the winter.
The Largemouth Bass is probably one of the most exciting fresh water fish to catch, from the little slow tug on your line through the ice, to the exploding water around your top water plug. The Largemouth is a thrill a second!
The Largemouth Bass is also highly regarded around the dinner table. Although some people would try to make you think differently, it doesn't take a fancy bass boat or expensive gear, to enjoy the thrill of catching this remarkable fish! Yep believe it or not the
ole basics (cane pole and worm) are still very effective.
The Largemouth Bass has a very wide range on its appetite selections. It can be caught on red worms, leaf worms,
night crawlers, leeches, bee moth, crayfish, minnows, and all types of artificial baits, from top water lures to under water spinners and spoons. And believe it or not I've even seen nice bass caught on catfish stink bait.
Knowing more about the Largemouth Bass can certainly help you catch more. Here's a brief introduction to the Largemouth Bass...