12 BS Facts About Bass Fishing Everyone Thinks Are True

Fact or Fiction: Bass Fishing Myths Exposed

  1. Largemouth Bass can breed with smallmouth bass (FALSE).
  2. Always use a bobber when fishing for bass (FALSE).  Largemouth Bass move to different depths in water throughout the year.  Depending on which season it is.  They cannot blink, which, causes sunlight to irritate their eyes.  When it’s sunny outside, largemouth bass, will be in the shade.  For example, under docks, piers, under a tree’s shade.  Also, they have a tendency to be in the deepest part of the lake.  This way the sunlight doesn’t effect their eyes.
  3. Nightcrawler is the best bait (FALSE).  The best largemouth bass bait is whatever bait that gets them interested.  First, anglers have to find a school of bass to present a variety of baits to.  Once finding a location where there are bass, keep throwing lures, that peak their interest.
  4. Soft lures are better than hard lures (FALSE).  There are so many variations amongst lures that it’s virtually impossible to differentiate a lure’s effectiveness by simply its texture.
  5. Bass love the color red (FALSE).  We can’t confirm what colors largemouth bass actually see.  There’s a professional angler, who claims bass are most attracted to blue.
  6. Largemouth Bass can only be caught on the same lure once (FALSE).  If a bass had no source of food for an entire week.  There’s no doubt, that the bass would bypass any hesitation into attacking a lure he got caught with before.
  7. Largemouth Bass aren’t smart fish (FALSE).  The more mature the fish, the harder the fish is to catch.  This means they are definitely smart fish.
  8. It takes little to no skill to catch bass (FALSE).  Like any fish, it takes patience and practice to catch and release.  Being able to use your surroundings, to determine the location of fish is just one skill a fisherman needs to master, to easily catch largemouth bass.
  9. Largemouth Bass don’t feed in the mid-day (FALSE).  Bass are predatory fish with a large appetite.  There isn’t a time during the day they simply don’t eat.  In fact, some of the most mature largest fish feed during mid-day because there’s little to no competition.  
  10. Largemouth Bass are color blind (FALSE).  Largemouth Bass aren’t color blind, because, they need a way to visually identify each other and their food.
  11. Largemouth Bass are easiest to catch in the Spring time (FALSE).  Bass are actually, most active during summertime.
  12. Bass hate spinnerbaits (FALSE).  The spinnerbait is a classic bait.  Used by anglers all around the world.  If you have’t used a double bladed spinner yet, you’re missing out!
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Beginner’s Guide to Bass Fishing: Bass Behavior Changes By Season

For this post we’re going to talk about seasonal bass

behavior specifically where you can

locate largemouth bass from season to season why

they’re there and also some good bait to

catch them on as conditions change from

season to season

Vasko on the move in part two of our

beginners guide we pointed out the bass

have just three primary concerns food

survival and reproduction all three also

greatly contribute to seasonal movement

for food a bass must follow migrating

food supplies for survival they must

seek ideal water temperatures and oxygen

levels in for reproduction

they must spawn in areas where eggs can

hatch successfully water temperature

oxygen levels light penetration and food

supply these are all driving factors

fall winter spring and summer the Four

Seasons

except an ambassador Sheen is actually

more like six behavior is pretty diverse

in the spring when bass reproduce so it

makes much more sense to divide this

period further into three different sub

seasons pre spawn spawn and post spawn

so let’s start breaking this down season

by season beginning with the fall

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the fall season begins with a movement

from deep summer sanctuaries to

shallower water as temperatures begin to

cool baitfish play a huge role this time

of year on typical reservoir style Lakes

school debate like shad will migrate

into the shallower tributary arms where

they become extremely active shatter

constantly on the move in the fall often

roaming in slightly deeper areas of his

creek arms for most of the day then

retreating the shoreline cover in the

evening with so much activity bats have

numerous opportunities to feed and they

take full advantage of it you can expect

bass to be located in a variety of areas

but the common denominator is always

nearby bait fish structure found where

Creek arms open into the main lake like

shallower humps large flat and main Lake

points where all areas where bass can

lie in wait for schools a bait to bunch

up as they move by also shad will push

further back into tributary arms as

water temps continue to fall and bass

will follow so fishing nearby coves and

secondary points near the mouths of

these creeks can also be productive

you can expect bass to be holding the

various cover in these areas like boat

docks timber and grass lines because

bait fish are so prominent your choice

of lure needs to reflect that shallow to

medium running crank baits and willow

leaf spinner baits are probably the most

effective baits

this time of year a lipless crankbait or

even at top water popper style bait can

also work wonders did you happen to find

bass in a feeding frenzy near school of

shad shad are not fully grown this time

of year you’ll have more success with

smaller profile baits also they suspend

so you typically want to make sure to

keep your baits off the bottom color

will mostly depend on water clarity with

natural colors working better in clear

water and flashy colors working better

in stained water from one of the most

active seasons of the year to the most

inactive season of the year winter cold

weather pushes bass and shad to deeper

Maine lake areas where water

temperatures are more stable and less

cold compared to shallower water before

we continue let’s clarify that bass do

not hibernate they don’t stop beating

they don’t stop moving in the winter

they simply do much less of each bass

are cold blooded which means their

bodies take on the temperature of their

environment cold water slows their

biological processes and they simply

require less food and have less energy

for movement less movement is a big

factor in where and how you’ll catch

bass this time of year expect them to be

located around structural areas with

steep depth changes like creek channel

drop-offs

or rock ledges which allow them to cover

depths quickly without exerting much

energy main lake humps submerged

roadbeds

standing timber and deeper water these

are all high percentage locations and

you’ll likely find them grouped up this

time of year a slower presentation is

usually needed in the winter since bass

feed far less frequently and are less

willing to chase Bates Bates like jigs

spoons and grub style plastics rigged on

jig heads can be hopped slowly along the

bottom and are great at probing deep

vertical structure crank baits and

bladed baits like under spins work as

well especially during warming trends if

you’re in need of a search bait and

wants to cover lots of water quickly

don’t discount the lipless crankbait

which tends to single out more active

fish in clear water a jerk plate also

makes for a great search bait it is

considered one of the more effective

winter baits the first big warming trend

marked the beginning of what has to be

the most exciting diverse and sometimes

confusing season spring bass lead their

winter sanctuaries and begin the process

of reproducing which involves building

up energy in the pre spawn working to

hatch eggs in the spawn and then

recovering from the stress of

reproduction in the post spawn the

interesting thing about the spring

season is that all three of these sub

seasons are often happening at the exact

same time as bass do not spawn uniformly

that’s in the pre spawn stage begin to

move closer to their desired spawning

locations as bats leave their deep

winter spots they will migrate back into

tributary arms using structure and cover

exclusively as navigation points

so fish any structural features between

winter spots and likely spawning grounds

that’s become more and more active as

temperatures warm and they also tend to

stick tightly to cover as they make this

journey spinnerbaits crankbaits lipless

crankbaits ChatterBait it all worked

quite well this time of year work these

baits faster and faster as temperatures

rise to cover water quickly slowing down

along the way and isolated cover like

brush piles and stumps with a jig or

Texas rig in lakes and reservoirs the

red rattle trap has become known as the

primary pre spawn baits as crawfish

become a prominent food source in late

winter to early spring when bats are

ready to spawn male bass move on to

spawning grounds which are often

shallower hard bottom flats and when

protected areas females wait nearby

until they’re rounded up to drop their

eggs and the male is then left to defend

the nest as the eggs hatch we’ll go into

more detail in our biog devoted

entirely to spawning bass but a variety

of baits can be used successfully during

this phase soft jerk baits like a fluke

jigs lizards and ribbon tail worms are

just a few that work well keep in mind

though that bats are often not drawn to

your lure as food this time of year it’s

much more likely they are reacting

debates based on their protective

instinct of the nest a couple of

important notes about when and where

bass spawn expect to spawn to kick off

in the northern parts of the body of

water first because these areas

typically warm faster since they’re

protected from colder north winds

also water clarity is important for

spawning fish as the right amount of

sunlight is needed to successfully hatch

eggs so on Mercury Lakes you can expect

spawning bass to be in shallower water

on clearer lakes you might see this

occurring at deeper depths the post pond

is where things can get tricky faster

and full recovery mode after spawning

which usually puts them into sort of a

funk females will often be suspended

under cover not far from beds like boat

docks submerge brush or lay downs and

you’ll have to rely on erratic action to

get them to bite baits like a jerkbait

swim jig or a colorado leaf spinner

baits are great options males are more

active and stick to nests briefly to

protect fry bluegill imitators or even a

top water walking bait around nests can

work great here also the shad and

bluegill spawn occurs not long after

bass spawn in similar shallow protected

areas so choose colors to match whatever

bass are currently feeding on watermelon

reds pumpkin colors are all great

choices for South plastics as well as

natural colors like sexy shad for

spinner baits or chatter baits

the summer heat pushes most baths back

to deep main leg sanctuaries where

temperatures are cooler and shad are

plentiful deep main lake river channels

ledges and humps are common locations

you might think this sounds a lot like

winter except this time of the year bats

do remain active they are a warm water

fish after all and can thrive in the

summer

however extreme heat is a stressor so to

compensate summer baths typically will

feed aggressively but only a short burst

Jiggs Carolina rig soft plastics drop

shots deep diving crankbaits are all

great deep summer baits timing is often

critical so if you happen to locate

deepwater bass that aren’t currently

feeding resort to much slower

presentations another critical component

of summer bass fishing is depth because

there is such a thing as too deep lack

of light penetration and insufficient

oxygen levels become an issue the deeper

you go fishermen often referred to

something called the thermocline as the

barrier to which bass will not descend

below for the purposes of this biog we

can say that on clearer bodies of water

bats will often be deeper than our lakes

with stained water but be aware that a

sort of dead zone can’t exist at the

deepest depths

what about shallow summer baths several

ecological factors prevent the majority

of bass from setting up in shallower

water which you will find some of them

their focus on shaded cover for shallow

summer baths you will always have your

best luck in the early morning and late

evening when bass might be tempted in

defeating around highly vegetated areas

or bait to hovered as I’m sure you’ve

figured out by now we can never fully

predict bass behavior with blogblogblog% accuracy

because there’s just too many different

variables that can change even our our

much less season to season but make it

really tough so by applying seasonal

techniques to your fishing you can

effectively and efficiently eliminate

unproductive water on any body of water

that you go to so we’re talking about

making a highly educated guess here

that’s going to greatly increase your

chances of catching fish quickly and

catching more of them as the seasons

change thank you so much for watching

guys be sure to subscribe I’d love to

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Rapala Ultra Light Minnow Review

Rapala Ultra Light Minnow

Rapala Ultra Light Action Minnow

Rapala BX minnow it’s actually the Rapala BX balsa

extreme you know retails for about $.

to ten ten dollars and nineteen cents

this is the four inch version it weighs

about / of an ounce and dives to three

to five feet and tackle warehouse

classifies it as a floating lure I’m

gonna go over a couple little things

about this lure and then my time on the

water with it as well so initial

features of this lure and take a look at

it let me just set this one down and go

for the prettier one which is the

rainbow trout version of it now in this

lure you can see that it has a little

bit of balsa wood inside of it and

that’s what I guess makes this lure

unique is that it has balsa wood inside

of it but it’s wrapped in your more

newer I guess plastic so it’s kind of a

little bit of both of them it’s it’s

it’s a plastic lure that has bowls in it

inside of it so not much of a

traditional and in my eyes rip bait

because of the fact that it’s a floating

lure and I don’t use very many floating

rib baits I like the suspending

varieties just because usually when I’m

using a rip in I’m usually trying to

find suspending fish and I suppose the

suspending bass could go after a a

floating lure but I would think that

more specifically I’d probably use this

lure in just shallow water presentations

maybe for spawning bass or something

like that it’s got really nice hooks on

it VMC hooks have always done well by me

in my opinion three-dimensional

holographic eyes

split ring on the front it’s not an oval

split ring you see on the bottom here it

says Rapala bx minnow  which stands

for  centimetres or  millimetres so

it’s a it’s kind of like the point of

if I were to compare it to a point a

by Lucky Craft you can take a look

at both of them side by side their point

of  being on the top the x-men on the

bottom and then you can have an extra

on the top and the BX middle on the

bottom now my on the water time with

this lure the action that I that I saw

with it was very muted there’s not a lot

of if any really side-to-side darting

action I don’t think that that’s what

this lure was intended for one thing

that I really did like about it though

and it’s a subtle action is that when

you’re pulling it through the water you

can see that it has this cupped lip kind

of like a a neck strap does the X wrap

actually has more of a pronounced cup on

the lip there

but this thing darts a lot a lot more

like I’m a lot more aggressive side to

side kind of like a pointer this thing

kind of just like like scoots forward on

you but it has a very very nice wobble

side-to-side one of the best that I’ve

seen because when I’m pulling it through

the water that was the the thing that I

noticed about it the most was the flash

especially in this lure this lure was

the one that actually was testing the

most was this silver one this is the

actually it’s called silver but that it

has this really nice rolling action

going through the water and if you can

imagine from that contrast about white

to that to that silver screen that’s on

the back it’s very pronounced so it’s a

very very good action in the water I

guess it has a fairly quick float from

what I saw as well the lip on it is a

little softer than some of the materials

that I’ve seen out there as opposed to

like a pointer  which is very very

hard this one you can almost you can

almost feel it bending as you

you push on it so I guess that would

probably make it a little more robust

maybe because it’s going to give a

little bit if it knocks into something

really don’t know it’s a silent bait it

sounds like Scott rattles but it’s

silent hold on to all the split rings

here you can hear like a ball that’s in

there but the way that this thing moves

by the by the way that it moves this is

a silent bait because that ball in there

you have to move this bait pretty hard

to get that thing to to move around I

think it’s just the weight that is

actually inside the balsa wood and it’s

just kind of shifting from back back to

forward or from side to side let’s see

if we can get one out of this one yeah

see this one doesn’t make any sound at

all so going to show you this color here

up close this is called the rainbow

trout color she’s got the speckles on

the back it’s kind of green some of the

features of a rainbow trout with that

pink going down the lateral line and a

white bottom this is rainbow trout

next color we have is simply called

silver it’s got kind of a brown dark

olive green metallic back silver side

red throat they’re in the same white

bottom as the rainbow trout this is

called silver

so just a quick review with this of this

bait you guys I really liked it

it’s kind of expensive Rapala Ultra Light Minnow when

they get into the the X wraps or in this

case the BX tend to be a little

expensive they’re  or  bucks out the

door

but it is a nice-looking lure and I

suppose for its intended purpose

you could probably catch fish I never

base my lure reviews on the

effectiveness of the lure just because

this lure could be extremely effective

in Delaware and catch nothing in Clear

Lake California you know I’m sure you

guys understand what I’m saying that I’m

the effectiveness for me does dot is not

gonna dictate its effectiveness for you

so and I’ve never done that in my review

so I didn’t catch any lures or any fish

on this lure but that doesn’t mean you

won’t catch fish on it and I’m sure that

many people will share their experiences

at the bottom of this video with their

comments sharing their effectiveness or

non effectiveness of this lure so check

it out if you guys get the opportunity

if you guys like the video please hit

the like button if you guys want to see

more of these little reviews hit that

like button because that lets me know

that you guys like watching them and

makes me want to put more of them out

there I guess so Rapala bx min o bx

balsa extreme metal check it out

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How to Catch More Bass in Fall and Winter (Tips and Tricks)

How to Catch More Bass in the fall – Tips Tricks and Techniques

Flipping for Bass
Flippin’ for Bass

Boys and girls ladies and gents welcome to another fishing blog post.  Today I’m gonna be talking about something that a lot of you guys asked about and so I’m gonna be teaching you guys a little bit about what baits I’ll flip around some cover for bass also what I really look for when it comes to flipping trees and everything on the bank. Also, figuring out what the Bass are interested in, figuring out a pattern, because I know it sounds really simple as you know you see a tree on a bank you see this this and that you can just go flip a crawl flip a worm whatever it is and catch them but it’s really not that simple because there’s a lot of key factors that if you put them together correctly you can catch more bass.  Check out my personal best 6lb Largemouth Bass that I caught at Stevens Creek Reservoir.

How to catch more Bass

So the first thing I’d like to talk to you guys about is obviously rigging what I use and also the rod and reel something you guys are really curious about that some of you talking about the line the bait hook wait that whole deal and if you guys are wondering this is a fake chrome by fishing I prefer when I’m sitting here I’m not I don’t know if you guys know much about Savannah River that’s actually where I’m at right now there’s not many big fish out here I’m not sitting here flipping around and throwing this bait around some super super thick stuff that you know I want to need like a heavy rod so I actually used a medium heavy from seven foot all the way to seven foot three medium heavy that’s my personal preference that’s my favorite rod of all time mostly rods I own or seven three medium heavies.  I’m seven foot seven foot medium heavies and this is a fake chrome by fishing i have it paired up with a concept z this is a gear issue of reel i tend to stick to around to gear ratio reels all the way up to   ones i usually don’t go to  for  ones or  ones i just keep it really basic really simple around ones i just controlled by my hand if i need to slow my bait down that’s what i usually do so that’s what i’m using if you guys are wondering what line I’m using this is actually something that you guys need to know is  pounds sea-guar fluorocarbon this is in physics best line out there that’s literally what I’ve used in the past – years I love it absolutely love this stuff is a little bit more money but I promise you you’ll get your money’s worth is gonna last a lot longer and you can use up to  pound I’d say around  to  pound is really good when flipping around this stuff and I know you guys are wondering what I got on so that’s how a standard old little Texas rig let me get a little close shot for you guys as you guys can tell it’s just pegged right there on the end there’s a little half ounce of weight just a little lead weight I don’t use any tungsten or anything out here I’m on the river just super inexpensive little LED weight half ounce I’ve what you w G hook this is three OTT and right now I have a little Senko on right there that’s actually black and blue but I have a few packs of baits right here. I would like to talk about and pretty much why I would use them so all my oh my rod right now I actually have a Senko this is just a young dinger allen Bob’s actually behind the camera these are his and these are just regular black and blue perfect for dirty water and then I have a few packs of Rage crawls right here one Paxson junebug one packs in black and red when you guys are fishing dirty water I’m going to add this in just in case you guys are really curious about this when you’re fishing dirty water there’s three colors I really go to is black and blue red and black and also a standard oil junebug I pretty much go out here and fish both of these bass off there’s a sink oh and I finish a crawl and I really figure out what they’re gonna eat I know it sounds crazy when thrown around all this stuff and fishing certain baits usually they’ll eat a crawl or they eat a worm it’s a slow-moving bait whatever it is but I’ve really seen it out here is more and more and more that I fish the river is that they’re either gonna munch on that rage crawl or speed crawl whatever it is or they’re gonna munch on that senko so you really got to toy around with it and try different bait to see what they’re gonna eat the best on that day but let’s go ahead and get out here start fishing some of these trees see that baits he’s got it look at me running golly dude bad fish at all I’ll take I’ll take care I’ll take him any day boys first fish of the day not a bad one yes a pretty little fish a little Savannah River bass on the old Texas rig right here he’s got you get him he’s running with the dog I don’t bother this thing see you what he’s running with me now golly dude why is he fighting our he’s a not bad one at all yeah I’m throwing black and blue I got some june-bug down there and I got some black and red we go baby second fish of the day Allan Bob just almost had one too we might be able to catch something oh I jacked him I can tell you that that was the best dude I was a solid eight he’d Bentley crap out of that gosh oh my gosh she led to the camera do this Bob Stephen finished yeah yeah do this crazy on Susan some Hyde fish do all that is a big fish for a minute like seven oh my god oh you ate it when I was reeling it that’s a big one I thought a huge bass for a minute there catching dinosaurs baby you go okay I just fighting hard any yeah baby what’s that one though man baby another baby dude yeah he’s a little fatter though the main reason why I’m talking about this today is because this is one way they can really be really productive especially when I mean this is something that’s gonna work when the fish is tough and the fishing is really good either way you’re gonna be able to catch fish on this base especially when it’s tough outside and that’s mainly why I’m going over this today because it is a tough day I don’t know if you guys can tell by the sky right here you look up it’s a bluebird skies today I know I know the sun’s not out right now because I am filming this a little bit later before the Sun Goes Down but what this fish do especially I like it I’m kind of weird I like it when it’s bluebird skies out here on the river mainly because when you’re on your fish in the river you’re me we fish and cover the whole time we’re usually thrown around these trees and these lay downs these cypress trees that whole deal and but I usually like bluebird skies on them out here on the river because what happens is you know that sun’s out there’s no clouds in the sky and this fish really get on the get on that cover get on all those trees all those lay downs and it really makes it easy to target them in a way and usually you know when those clouds are up this fish of Romans so much and they’re really munching but out here on the river it really scatters his fish a lot and it’s really hard to find them it’s really hard to locate them rather than when that sky when that Sun is bearing down and this fish really tucked down in his cover and you can just throw you know simply a little senko or a crawl just like this actually I haven’t got a bite on quite a minute on that senko so I’m actually gonna switch over there’s a little rage crawl is in black and red as you guys can tell right there a little sexy rig this thing schmuck some guys if you guys are looking to catch some fish there’s telling you so juice promising so there’s a few different ways you can work this bait and it’s all gonna depend on the day obviously but I’m gonna teach you a few things that I usually do when you know fishing all these trees and everything with these Texas rigs you throw your bait out there make this tree house you can tell there’s a little tree right there a little lay down right here in the water at the mouth of this little slow and you know I throw it out there I can just drag it simple as that you’re lifting up on the rod he’s dragging that bait right across all that cover right across all this trees and that is probably one of the best ways especially if this fish are really slow this is just drag of that bait you’ll get a lot of bites doing that and some days they’re gonna like it that way and then some days you’re gonna throw out there and they’re gonna like you popping it you know they’re gonna kind of like you wiggling the tip of your rod like this and those tails fluttering like that and that’s just gonna be it’s all gonna be on experimentation I can’t sit here and tell you guys to throw this bait on cover do exactly what I’m telling you and you guys go catch fish it just does not work that way it’s all gonna be you guys taken you know the tips that I’m giving you today and applying them to your home length or your home body of water even upon wherever it is and really trying all these different techniques and then when it’s super tough because I’ve had it like this a lot when you hard to even buy a bite which today it is very hard I’m surprised I haven’t done it yet is I’ll simply flip my bait out there let it hit the bottom obviously and I’ll barely even work this thing I mean I’ll just pretty much dead sticky no my rod I’m just barely dragging this thing every once in a while you know I kind of put my rod down drink couple sips of coffee you know how it is and then just slightly just kind of feel see if there’s fish there drink a little more coffee and just keep doing that and I promise you if it’s super tough now you’ll catch some fish on it and then one other way which is Manoa special I’ve made a video over this is actually it sounds crazy you guys are gonna say I’m crazy but I’ve actually had a few people come to me and say that this tip really helped them a lot simply letting their bait hit the bottom you tighten your you tighten your line simply just start popping into your raw what that’s doing is your bait standing still is but it’s gonna slightly move just a little bit what’s that doing is your bait senko down and there’s a little crawl legs are up when you’re tapping that round all this curl this crawl eggs are just going like this just wiggling and it’s just creating the slow is super slow you know that baits sitting there the whole time it’s given that a little bit of action so the fish are really over they’ll really tear that up so that’s something you need to take next time you go fishing especially if it’s really rough just throw the bait out there and it’s just gonna nose down and when you’re popping into your rod there’s tails are just gonna be fluttering you guys are having a hard time next time you’re out there definitely try that one there you go they’re getting they’re getting slightly bigger right not too big but they’re they’re getting they’re getting better every single time that’s the important part right for this you know what is up people is actually the next day I’m sitting here editing this blog post and I had a few things I kind of wanted to talk about before I finished this.  So first thing I would like to say is thank you guys so much a support thing you guys so much for clicking on this blog post you know that’s why I do these blog posts are for you guys obviously and I just cannot thank you all enough for the support and everyone who watched in my blog every single time I upload a new post also let me know if you guys want to see some more tip blog posts like this or any tip content in general and if you do be sure to leave those below leave a comment below and what topics you would like to see next because I would love to do a lot of those because it seems that you like those and you it applies a lot of value so with that being said as you guys know the past two blog posts have been on the river the fishing has been very rough on me wherever I go whether it’s been a pond where there’s been the river wherever it’s been it’s been pretty rough like every single time I go out it’s just just this weather change has been really rough and also you know the full moon last week really messed me up the date that I could fish were just the worst and it was not running well well I noticed a lot of comments saying that you know Noah got his boat back now he’s not gonna make pond fishing but he is this this and that guy somebody doesn’t know that this summer I actually did have my boat and I made pretty much all pond fishing I realize this what you guys like and I’m here to post whatever you guys like like whatever you want literally these blogs are for you guys obviously you know I’m making them for the brand as well but all in all like comes down to the end of it.

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Stevens Creek Reservoir Bass Fishing in December
How to Catch Bass in the Winter Time

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Largemouth Bass Fishing at Stevens Creek Reservoir

Stevens Creek Reservoir Largemouth Bass Fishing

Stevens Creek Reservoir is a man built dam located in Cupertino, California.  Back in the day, it was regularly stocked with Rainbow trout.  However, the city decided to stop stocking Stevens Creek Reservoir because the trout were eating endangered frogs.  It is still an extremely popular place to fish in the South Bay Area.  Stevens Creek is a popular local spot to catch record size largemouth bass.  Here’s a picture of me and my 6 pound personal best Largemouth Bass caught at Stevens Creek.

Largemouth Bass Stevens Creek Reservoir
Stevens Creek Reservoir Largemouth Bass