Posted June 5, 2019 by The Fisher Man
Smallmouth Bass – What Is It?
You’d be amazed at how large a bass a really modest popper can catch! The smallmouth bass have a tendency to stay close to sandbars when they would like to spawn. Smallmouth bass are opportunists as soon as it comes to feeding, particularly during the summertime.
Bass hold in eddies in order to keep from the current, though not often in their centers which have a tendency to be dead H20. All my smallmouth bass fly rods are created by Temple Fork. Smallmouth bass in Lake Erie can change from size to size based on the period of year.