European Bass are a voracious predator feeding on sardines and mackerel and it’s meet is high in oil. Summer bass fishing differs from spring fishing in many ways: for one, European Bass are found mostly in the surf and in...Read More
Category: European Bass
The Daiwa Emcast Sport is a good all round reel and will stand up to the rigours of salt water. Winter fishing for the European Bass is a little more difficult and requires more skill, but offers just as much excitement as any...Read More
The adult bass lives in coastal waters down to about 330 feet, but are more commonly found in shallow waters. Salt Water Fish? We have had a few messages asking why we have a salt water fish, the Sea Bass, on Bassfishing-gurus....Read More
Night time differs greatly from day time fishing as the bass do not keep near the same cover. The European bass, like their freshwater North American counterparts, are night feeders. Their night-time appetite depends largely on...Read More
juvenile European bass stay close inshore until they are around 14 inches/35.5 cm in length. When the inshore waters cool in late October, the European Bass migrate out to sea to spawn in groups. They return someone time between...Read More
Sea Bass can be caught at the mouth of rivers in relatively large numbers. In fact in the late 1990s, there was a report about a school of these fish in the River Blackwater, United Kingdom. It was estimated that there were some...Read More
If you don’t pick the right tackle, a broken line could quiet easily end up with a broken rod. Features The European bass has a broad extended body that is bluish grey on its back, silver on its sides and a silvery white...Read More
As the European Bass is a voracious predator, catching them with a lure or baitfish is pretty easy, especially after they have spawned, but as with the Australian Bass, your odds and frequency of catch will increase if you can...Read More
Study the tides. Larger tides have more predator fish like the European Bass because a large tide brings in a lot of baitfish. Autumn fishing is considered the most rewarding seasons to fish for European Bass. As the weather...Read More
Winter weather conditions offer more wind and precipitation, especially in early winter. The adult European Bass can be found in water as deep as 330 feet (100 metres), especially on wrecks, but also in shallow estuaries,...Read More
Surf fishing is very popular with European Bass. Salt, Brackish and Fresh Water The European Bass can be found in estuaries, lagoons, coastal waters and rivers. Having the ability to survive in both freshwater and salt water....Read More
European Bass feeds mostly at night on small baitfish, marine worms, mollusc and crustaceans. Like all Bass, the European Bass is a voracious predator that eats a wide variety of food including molluscs, crabs, prawns, shrimp,...Read More
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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.