3 SUMMER BASS FISHING TRICKS TO START PUTTING TO USE

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3 SUMMER BASS FISHING TRICKS TO START PUTTING TO USE

 

Hey Guys, as all of you probably know Summer Bass Fishing takes persistence, especially when living in any of the Southern States. Fishing takes Self-control, but that’s also part of the allure! Don’t give up so easy the next time you’re out on the water. Reeling in a “brag worthy” bass in the Early Spring doesn’t require much effort. Late Summer bass fishing, on the other hand, may require you to use a few extraordinary tips, along with the best Summer bass fishing lures.

 

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  1.  GO EARLY OR GO LATE

If you’re wondering when to fish for bass during late summer, the key is to get out on the water before sunrise to beat the heat. If you can’t go early, plan to fish around dusk. The best times to fish for bass will be during the cooler periods of the day. This is one of the most key fundamentals of summer bass fishing for beginners.

 

  1. GET OUT YOUR SPINNERBAITS, SOFT PLASTIC RIGS, and CRANKBAITS

Get out your heavy spinnerbaits, soft plastic rigs, and deep-diving crankbaits.  Use your Texas-rigged or Carolina-rigged soft plastic worms in the shallows early, but then break out the deep-diving crankbaits and spinnerbaits to work around deep drop-offs and ledges during the warmer mid-morning hours.

 

  1. CHOOSE YOUR SUMMER FISHING WATERS WISELY

Consider lakes, ponds, or reservoirs that are either full of vegetation, or that are relatively deep. Vegetation contributes to higher levels of dissolved oxygen, and bass need more oxygen as water temperatures rise. Also, as you can imagine, deeper water is generally cooler. Meaning that bass can often be found on the deep side of drop-offs and ledges as air and water temperatures rise.

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