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Hello Anglers,

If you are fishing in very cold or very warm temperatures, 
then the bass won't be as healthy or plentiful, but at the 
same time, catching them will be much easier due to their 
physical weakness. On the other hand, moderate temperatures 
are prime environments in which bass flourish, giving them 
the physical strength to fight being caught.

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Enjoy a week of fishing!
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Finding Bass in Timber
by Chris Stevens

I hear this question all the time, "When can I find bass in 
brush and timber?" Well, the answer is: "Almost any time." 
For some reason bass just can't resist brush piles. It's 
like the brush has magnets drawing the fish to it. 

If you have a depth finder you can easily find underwater 
brush and you can find some with just your eyes. First when 
I am looking for good timber to fish I like to follow creek 
channels and look for tree lines beside the channel. If I'm 
out in a big lake I like to find points and flats that have 
brush piles.

In the summer bass like timber and brush in about 15-25 feet
of water. Fish the brush with deep running crankbaits, then 
if that doesn't work switch to a slower moving lure like a 
jig or Texas-rigged worm. Keep changing the depth of your 
retrieve because a lot of times bass will suspend half way 
up the timber.

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During late fall and winter bass go to deep timber that is 
around 30 to 40 foot deep. Finding bass in deep timber and 
brush can be very hard, especially in an area that has a lot 
of trees. Your best bet is to fish the edges or find some 
isolated clumps. Try jigging the edges and clumps with a 
jigging spoon. Start out jigging at 15 feet then work your
way down deeper. Sometimes when we have warm winter days you 
can catch bass on surface lures above underwater trees.

When fishing heavy cover you need to have the right tackle. 
You will probably need a medium-heavy or heavy action rod, 
with 20-30 pound test fluorocarbon line. Don't be afraid to 
use your equipment to its maximum capabilities. You really 
don't want to have to jump in the water to retrieve a bass 
from a brush pile.

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