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Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water

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1Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water Empty Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water on Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:39 pm

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So what do you guys think are some good tips for cold water Bass fishing. this might be a good time to discuss as we are getting ready for our 9th Annual FTFF Toy Drive and the first stop will be Lake Perris. I am not sure but I can assume that things are starting to cool off over there.

What type of lures do you use and what type of presentation works best. Post up your thoughts and ideas this might help out a few that are looking to hit Lake Perris with us on the 17th.


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2Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water Empty Re: Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water on Wed Nov 06, 2019 3:55 pm

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Out to 30 feet deep or so
Drop Shot
Wackey
1/2 to 3/4 Ounce Jigs

I am guessing the water temp will be 65 or so.


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3Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water Empty Re: Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water on Wed Nov 06, 2019 4:58 pm

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Be patient, jerkbaits on suspended bass. Look for them on points off the main lake during the summer/fall transition.

4Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water Empty Re: Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water on Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:25 am

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Great info guys this will help.
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5Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water Empty Re: Freshwater Bass Tips for cold water on Wed Jan 01, 2020 12:39 pm

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I remember one of the last times I fished Lake Henshaw in January when there was ice forming on the guides of our rods.  The water was very cold.  I found a nice looking drop off in 25' to 30' in the middle of the lake and using a yellow 3/8 oz single Colorado blade spinnerbait with a yellow Mann's Sting Ray grub (which has no action), on a slow retrieve to keep it on the bottom, I hooked and landed 3 big bass.  I had to keep the bait right on the bottom and retrieved it just enough to keep the blade spinning.  Bass will bite in the winter if you find them and slow your retrieve down.

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