It’s time to prepare for a spring fishing. The spring months are a great time for fishing. The fish are starting to stir after a long winter
1. 5 Steps to Prep for Spring Bass Fishing This Winter
For many anglers, winter means several months of impatience, cursing the snow and marking the calendar in anticipation of the beginning of the spring season.
Anglers who don’t use this time productively, however, will potentially face some frustration when spring rolls around.
Winter may cause cabin fever for some, but using this time wisely can pay off in dividends. Here are 5 things you can do to use your winter down time to prepare for spring bass fishing.
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2. Spring Fishing Tips and Tackle Preparation
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Being able to hit the water in the spring is a welcomed prospect after a long winter. The weather is improving and fish are emerging from their winter habitat. To be ready, brushing up on a few essential spring fishing tips and tackle preparation will be key to your success on the water.
7 Essential Spring Fishing Tips
To get you started, here are 7 spring fishing tips that will help you catch more fish.
1.Play the Weather. Early spring fishing weather is probably more variable than any other time of the year. For that reason, it’s important to plan early spring fishing trips around the weather.
Fish days that are unseasonably warm or the days leading up to an approaching cold front for better success.
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3. Spring Fishing is Coming: Are You Really Prepared?
By Walker Smith
I’m the world’s worst procrastinator when it comes to getting ready for prime fishing season. In my neck of the woods, the bite can start popping off as early as the middle of February and I’ve known this for decades.
But somehow, I end up waiting until just a few weeks before to start getting my boat, new electronics and fishing tackle ready.
I spent the entirety of this past weekend chasing my tail and stressing out while trying to get all my stuff in order. For whatever reason, I do this every single year.
I got to talking with my wife the other evening at supper and we decided I should put together some sort of rudimentary checklist for guys like myself. This is the perfect time of year to publish this and I sincerely think it might help some folks get their proverbial ducks in a row a bit easier.
Awesome fishing will be here before you know it. Here’s how I (try to) keep my stuff in order so I’m ready for that first warm front of the late winter and early spring.
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4. 10 Spring Carp Fishing Tips
Carp fishing ace Mike Bridges reveals ten top tips to help you put more fish in the net this spring.
Spring is finally here and with that water temperatures more stable the carp will be out of their winter slumber and preparing for that annual spawn fest, which will be just around the corner.
In times gone by carp will feed very heavily prior to spawning but these days we have such milder winters that ultimately I don’t think they propel into that dormant winter slumber as such.
Spring is also a fantastic time to get those nets wet but it’s also a time where as an angler you can get it so wrong.
In order to aid you with catching one or two elusive day-ticket carp, here are my top ten tips and my go to approach when tackling them myself.
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5. Prepare Your Boat For Spring — and Get Ready for Fishing
Time to pack up your heavy gear and get your mind out of the “dog days of winter.” Spring is coming, and as the days grow longer; the temperature becomes more temperate.
For anglers, the insatiable urge of getting that boat into the water and going fishing is as hot as the sun. Prepare your boat for spring and set sail.
Now before we launch the boat into the water, we need to run through our spring boat checklist to make sure that every person, including yourself, is safe on the boat and that it’s ready to take a beating once you hit the water.
In this article, we will be discussing preparing your boat for spring, and by the end of it, you will know how to perform some basic boat maintenance.
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6. Early Spring fishing: Tips for baiting up well
In addition to offering the first sight of sunshine in a good few months, early spring also brings with it those perfect carp conditions, a healthy amount of wind with some rain here and there.
Personally, as soon as these warmer days arrive, I like to make sure I have some bottom baits on the go. This sets a precedent on the lake which can last the full season, if done well.
I like to either prime a selected area or, through regular provision of quality boilie, introduce a new food source to the carp that they can trust going forwards.
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