Bassin Fools on Youtube and Largemouth Bass Nation dot com and on Facebook Announce Our February 2017 ’10 Days of Lures’ Giveaway!!
Begins February 7th, 2017. Must Sign Up here, https://apowebsitegroup.sendlane.com/form/15682 and Subscribe to Bassin Fools here, or Like our Facebook page ‘/Largemouth Bass Nation” OR Both! One winner drawn from each days entries at 9pm CST for that day. Enter Daily, 1 Winner each day so Enter Every Day.
Sign up here…. https://apowebsitegroup.sendlane.com/form/15682
We are shooting for 15,000 Facebook likes on LargemouthBassNation Facebook page and 1000 Subscribers on our Bassin Fools Youtube channel.
So, sign up at the link above, then either or both ‘like our Facebook page’ or our Bassin Fools Youtube channel and you’re entered. Then, Like or Comment or Share each day and you’ll be eligible to win every day!!
Here’s a sample of some of the lures we are going to be giving away.
Heddon Super Spook Jr. http://amzn.to/2kfDnqn
Rebel Pop-R P60 ‘Foxy’ http://amzn.to/2kGLDTP
Lippless Crank Baits http://amzn.to/2kGAa6q
Deep Diving Crankbaits http://amzn.to/2kAUoMM
Jerkbaits n Stickbaits http://amzn.to/2lhxOI4
Hair Jigs for Bass http://amzn.to/2kl97N9
Largemouth bass nesting in flooded vegetation with the males guarding eggs and fry.
Most people think of bass spawning in a fanned out saucer shaped nest, but they’re also able to skip nest construction and spawn directly on vegetation if conditions are right.
Some of the suspended particles are actually zooplankton (animal plankton) and if you look closely you may be able to see them darting around. Zooplankton are the primary food source for many juvenile fish including largemouth bass fry.
In today’s video I went after the smallmouth bass in the susquehanna river. Fishing the Fabri Dam called for a very specific way to fish to catch numbers this time of year. I hope you enjoy! Please like, comment, and SUBSCRIBE!
My friend and I ventured to a remote section of creek nearby that is seldom fished. We caught a variety of species including Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Channel Catfish, Freshwater Drum, and Bluegill. To my surprise we also spotted a Shortnose Gar! Enjoy!