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Spotted Bass Distribution

The Spotted Bass’ native habitat is the lower Mississippi river drainage area, but it has expanded through the Mississippi valley waterways. Through introduction, the spotted bass has been introduced to California and as...

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Australian Bass Night Fishing

The Australian Bass is an active night feeder like most freshwater bass. It roams far and wide which is in sharp contrast to how they spend their time during the day hiding in their habitat only striking at prey that come within...

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Peacock Bass Fishing

Have you ever heard of the Peacock Bass? If the answer is no, then you are missing out. The peacocks are like no other fresh water fish in terms of ferocity and fight with only the largemouth bass coming close. There are...

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Yellow Bass An Introduction

Yellow Bass enjoy a variety of prey fish like fathead minnows, golden shiners and small gizzard shad. Yellow Bass (Morone Mississippiensis) is known by the names Barfish, Brassy Bass, Stripe, Striped Bass, Streaker, Yellowjack,...

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Yellow Bass Features and Size

Most of the yellow bass’s growth occurs in the first three years of growth with the average growth for the first three years being 1.5 inches per year. Features Yellow Bass are shaped very similar to that of the White Bass...

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Yellow Bass Spring Fishing

Use lures and baits that resemble small insects, minnows, small shad, small Sunfish, insects and insect larvae. Yellow Bass fishing techniques vary from summer and winter mainly due to changes in their environment. They operate...

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Yellow Bass Summer Fishing

Lures and baits that resemble small insects, fathead minnows, golden shinners, gizzard shad and other small baitfish including other young predatory fish. Yellow Bass summer techniques are based on deep water fishing in the...

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Yellow Bass Winter Fishing

Use a sonar device to locate a school of these fish will help become more successful. Temperature Yellow Bass winter techniques differ quite a bit from summer and fall techniques. In the winter months, Yellow Bass prefer water...

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Yellow Bass Reproduction

Yellow Bass reach an average of four inches in the first year, seven inches the second year, nine inches the third year and 10 inches at the end of the fourth year. Yellow Bass spawning occurs in rivers and lakes of the...

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Yellow Bass River Fishing

Lures work best when they appear as small baitfish that have silver, chrome, clear or translucent finishes. Yellow-bass river fishing techniques to a large degree resembles that of the spring fishing techniques. Yellow bass are...

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Yellow Bass Habitat

focus on their prime feeding times, which is at night and that they move into the shallows when the temperature is between 59°F to 50°F. Yellow Bass are often ignored in favour of the Largemouth Bass, Crappies and...

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Yellow Bass Lake Fishing

Use lures and baits that resemble small insects, minnows, small shad, small Sunfish, insects and insect larvae. Yellow Bass lake techniques are very similar to those of summer and fall techniques. Yellow Bass prefer deep...

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Yellow Bass Night Fishing

At night, spoons and spinners with a silver shine are very effective. Yellow Bass night fishing is an exciting time to catch yellow bass as they are a nocturnal fish. The best nights for Yellow Bass are those where there is...

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Yellow Bass Feeding Habits

When fishing for the Yellow Bass, there are a multitude of flies to choose from. For most freshwater bass, the same flies can be used over and over. Yellow Bass feeding habits vary somewhat from those of other bass due to its...

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Yellow Bass Autumn Fishing

Yellow Bass fall techniques are similar to those used in the summer as they continue to stay in the same deep structures as they do in summer. They can also be found enjoying large flats in the centre of lakes as well as near...

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Tip of The Month

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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