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How do I bass fish in a small lake?

10/22/19 @ 5:28 AM
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MaroonGomes
User since 10/22/19

I've always fished in rivers/creeks and I want to start expanding some this year. I have some 6" artificial worms and lizards, and a couple different colors of 3" swim bait.

 Just a few questions are: https://sarkariresult.onl/

What time of the year is a good time to start going? 

Is my baits good enough? And what others are good? Mobdro

Will I need to change my hook size from the river? https://pnrstatus.vip/

How deep do I need to fish?

It you answer all of these, you are probably going to be one of my favorite people this year.



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10/22/19 @ 2:22 PM
BigMusky12
BigMusky12
User since 12/22/04

Biggest mistakes people make are cast perpendicular to shore.   Try and cast parallel as much you can.  You also don’t need as much weight when shore fishing, so use that to your advantage.  Consider investing in small kayak.  

10/22/19 @ 1:46 PM
bassaddic
bassaddic
User since 8/20/07

Ok, here’s a start. 

Any time of year is a good time to go. If your fishing from shore, spring and fall will be best because the fish will be shallow. You can catch them shallow in summer also, but spring and fall is when most are closer to shore.

The lures you mentioned are a fine start. 

Hook size has more to do with your lure than the fish. 

Depth depends mostly on what season your out. In general spring is shallow warm water for the spawn.

Summer will mostly move the fish to deeper weed lines or under docks and matted weeds. 

Fall will move the. Shallow to feed for winter. 

Winter will find them in front of a fireplace watching football...or maybe that’s just me.

Anyway that should get you started. 

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