Category: Australian Bass

Australian Bass Night Fishing

The Australian Bass is an active night feeder, like most freshwater bass, and roams far and wide at night. This is in sharp contrast to how they spend their time during the day. They hide in their habitat only striking at prey...

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Australian Bass Winter Fishing

Australian Bass fishing changes during the winter months for many reasons. One is that it’s their spawning season and the other is that the Australian government recently passed legislation that places limits on catches....

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Australian Bass Spring Fishing

In the spring Australian Bass can be found congregating underneath willows feeding on the falling insects that are so plentiful in the spring. While they will go after pretty much any kind of food, their preference is always for...

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Australian Bass Summer Fishing

Summer fishing for Australian Bass differs from other seasons for many reasons. These include weather, changing water conditions and different food preferences.   The summer months provide the best time to fish for bass,...

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Australian Bass River Fishing

In shallow rivers, you’ll have better luck fishing for them at night when they’re more active and are very hungry.   The river techniques for the Australian Bass are not that different from the techniques used...

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Australian Bass Feeding Facts

Young Australian Bass, much like the adults, chase after pretty much anything they can get in their mouth. They are the gluttons of the bass world and are far less picky than other fish with the bass nameplate.   As one...

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Australian Bass Habitat

Rivers, feeder creeks or lagoons that are open to the sea through estuaries are the ideal spots for Australian Bass. They can also be found in dam lakes as they’ve been introduced to these locations. Migration They migrate...

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Top Tips

Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.

Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.

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