Published at Thursday, January 11th 2018. by Kristina Ruf in Fishing Rod.
The warm waters entice the fish to leave behind the places where they hid during the winter. The fish will begin the spawn time frenzy by starting to look for areas where they can lay their eggs and nurture their young. Shallow waters are ideal from this point of view. Because the bass swims closer to the surface you will find this species an easier catch.
Fiberglass Rods:Typically geared towards beginners. These rods require little maintenance and are of an average weight and solid rod strength. If you are fishing for larger fish such as muskie walleye or pike where you need a heavy durable rod for retrieving the fighting fish fiberglass rods work best.
Late spring and early summer are preferred for bass to spawn. The water may have a temperature of about 55-65 degrees Fahrenheit which is ideal for the new fish to spawn and thrive. Bass knows such aspects very well and that is why this time of the year is preferred to others by many anglers.
In terms of your budget combos can cost anything from twenty bucks to two hundred and even more. Their prices differ from one model to the next because of the materials that have been employed in their construction even their dimension and sometimes reels and rods are engineered with a lot of work on the part of those who have designed them so they actually deserve to be pricier than others.
However if you plan a fishing trip in the Southern hemisphere you should hurry because here the water gets warmer faster. Go there in March or April if you want to catch plenty of bass during the spawning time.
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