I respect largemouth bass and I respect spotted bass, but I respect and love smallmouth.
Over the next couple of weeks, most everything smallmouth bass do will depend upon the water temperature.
It’s jerkbait madness time in most parts of smallmouth country right now.
Now is the time to put your boat in the water and catch a big one, maybe the biggest bass of your life.
In two short weeks we’ll all be watching the Bassmaster Classic on Grand Lake out in Oklahoma. That’s good news. It’s one of my favorite times of the year for more than one reason.
It’s important that we think about that because as February turns into March we’re going to have more temperature swings and storm systems that last anywhere from one to three or four days.
Now is about as good a time as I can think of to talk about water color and its importance when it comes to finding aggressive smallmouth.
I’ve been covered over lately with questions about how to find cold water smallmouth. Part of the problem guys are having is that the weather has been so crazy this winter.