Category: Florida Largemouth
During the peak of summer when the heat is strongest, the bass move to cooler, shady water close to the bottom. The only time they feed on the surface is on windy, overcast days or under low-light conditions. Depending on...Read More
Florida Largemouth are slower and continue their progression towards deeper water in the winter months. As is the case in autumn, Florida largemouth become slower and strike more out of a reaction, either to defend their...Read More
Florida largemouth bass spawn in shallow bays in spring when the water temperatures reach 60F. The time of year can vary from location to location with northern populations spawning later in the spring. It’s not...Read More
While many anglers like lures that make noise, these are not essential. For the novice angler we recommend keeping to the basics. Focus on baits that are common food preferences like crayfish, minnows, chad, worms and leeches....Read More
The Florida bass have a large mouth and a high ratio of fin surface to body size. While this observation may appear overly simplistic, many angler fail to realize the size of prey they can go after. This large fin helps the fish...Read More
Autumn fishing is all about appealing to the bass’ instinct to defend its territory. The Florida largemouth bass, just like other bass, move to cooler waters and become slower and strike more from anger than from hunger....Read More
Deep water techniques are far closer to those of the winter techniques as the water temperature is much colder in deep lakes, rarely warming up much at all. The Florida Largemouth Bass head into the deep water when the...Read More
The great fighting ability of the Florida Largemouth makes it more appealing than it’s northern counterpart. The Florida Largemouth Bass was originally distributed throughout most of what is now the United States...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.