There’s no question that the coldest fishing excursions I’ve experienced have taken place in January. Cold enough that I had to dip my fishing rod down into the water to thaw the ice from the guides on one memorable trip. On another trip, I remember the beard of a fishing buddy being caked in icicles from the spray.
Those are just a couple of extreme examples of the weather many of us have experienced as we’ve chased after largemouth bass. But another common thing about those experiences is that they also produced fish. Maybe not a lot of bass, but there were bass to be caught.
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