The gorgeous weather combined with warming, but tolerable, temperatures make June one of the best months to be outside. The wonderful weather drives hordes of largemouth bass anglers to waters across Kentucky, filled with anticipation of catching a couple of five pounders.
Often, at the end of a day of fishing in perfect weather, they only have a few 12-inch fish to show for their efforts. Despite the great conditions for humans, June is a transitional time for largemouth bass. “June can be a tough month,” said Dave Dreves, assistant director of fisheries for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. “Largemouth bass are done spawning, but haven’t yet moved into their full summer pattern. The fish can be anywhere in the lake.”
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