In order to be successful in the summer months when fishing for largemouth and smallmouth bass, an angler will need a variety of lures to be successful as the sun shines and temperatures rise.
Since summertime bass hang out in a variety of habitat types—a list that includes such diverse things as boat docks, rip-rap, submerged rocks, underwater humps, long sloping points, drop-offs, laydown logs, and aquatic vegetation to name a few—you’ll need more than one lure type to entice a strike from a cagey bass.
Some of those summertime hotspots bring the unfortunate presence of mosquitoes and biting flies. To keep such insects at bay as you’re fishing for...
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