It's tough to know when IT'S ON in bass fishing -- think aggressive bass littering the shallows for spawning activities. It's especially hard when you're not even on the water, say in your driveway or at the grocery store. As Elite Series pro Gerald Swindle explains, mother nature provides the necessary cues to know when you need to be packing equipment and hitting the water wherever you happen to be. Once you're there, GMAN advises on the types of lures he uses and how he fishes during this springtime bonanza. Short. Simple. Good.
Determine the Bass Spawn Using Nature's Cues [Video]
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