And why not? It’s a perfect time to hunt them with pleasantly warm weather, spring peepers peeping, the tree leaves greening up, and the fish hungry and seeking some pre-spawn dinners to bolster their milt and egg production. But if you can’t wait that long, remember this: bass bite in every one of the 12 months, and in fact, I’ve caught them every month of the year, so I can guarantee they’re hitting right now!
My first experience fishing for ice off largemouths came a good many years ago. I’d bought a packet of purple plastic worms with twister tails that were six inches long, plus a pack of worm heads and special worm hooks that were and are available in almost any serious sporting goods store.
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