Bass

Brandon Card
By: Brandon Card

Key In On Spawning Smallmouth With These Tips

Smallmouth are an aggressive species compared to a largemouth and even more so when they are protecting a spawning bed. Fishing for spawning smallmouth is one of my favorite ways to fish and I have found that finding them is harder than actually catching them. I have also found that where they spawn varies greatly depending on where you live.

FishSens Staff
By: FishSens Staff

Use Temperatures To Find Best Bass Fishing Year Round

You can break down the best time of year to catch a bass by season, but a far more accurate way to do it would be to use temperatures. That’s because seasons, though they are typically known by a certain type of weather, are not very predictable. For example, it is currently spring, but there have been reports of snow in the Northeast U.S.

FishSens Staff
By: FishSens Staff

Find Dark Bottom Areas For Early Spring Largemouths

Spring, time to get the boats out of hibernation and get to bass fishing here in the North. The bass don’t mind cold water up here and the bite can be phenomenal just after ice out. However, many bass will seek out the warmest water they can get in. Finding that “warm” water can be very important even if it is just a couple degrees. A few sunny days and warmer-than-average temperatures can make shallow, black-bottomed areas the place to be in a hurry.

Brandon Card
By: Brandon Card

Brandon Card Previews 2016 Elite Series

As the 2016 Elite Series season gets closer, I am getting more excited by the day. The schedule is great and is a mix of new places and old favorites of mine. I like all of the lakes and rivers on the schedule for different reasons and will give you my thoughts and a preview of each event.