Category: Spotted Bass
Spotted Bass gather in the spring to spawn when the water temperature reaches a sustained temperature of 60°F/15.5°C. Tactics used to catch the smallmouth bass work well with the Spotted Bass However the Spotted Bass has...Read More
Summer fishing techniques differ from spring fishing in 3 ways. Most of the fishing is done in deeper water The spawning season is over making it easier to attract Spotted Bass For those locations that have closed seasons, well...Read More
The spotted bass can be caught with casting, trolling and fly fishing methods. The Spotted Bass (Micropterus punctulatus) is also called Alabama Spotted Bass, Black Bass, Kentucky Bass, Kentucky Spotted Bass, Linside,...Read More
Night fishing for Spotted Bass is a lot of fun. A common favorite for catching the Spotted Bass is eel in combination with a jig. Unlike other bass, the best night time fishing is during a full moon, though catching other...Read More
Spotted Bass spawn when the water temperature reaches between 63°F and 68°F/15°C to 18°C, which ranges from May in Texas and Alabama to June in Missouri and Illinois. The male sets about making a nest over gravel or rocky...Read More
Spotted Bass tend to have an appetite larger than their mouth. How to Identify Spotted Bass Spotted Bass have a moderately compressed elongated body with coloration and markings similar to those of the Largemouth Bass. Both have...Read More
BlueFox vibrax spinners work well near downed trees in 3 to 5 feet of water. However, one of the best lures that works with every bass is the Carolina rigged worms. Depending on shore angle and depth, run a split shot...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.