The post spawn period is marked by bass transitioning away from spawning areas to summertime feeding haunts. Finding fish can be a complex task in reservoir systems, but with a little knowledge, you can find them with some consistency and maybe even cash in on the best bite of the year. Mark Menendez talks prime locations like 90-degree turns in river channel ledges and how to thoroughly work key structures to extract maximum bites. This a great video to watch during the post spawn / easy summer transition. Equipment used: Strike King Series 5 Crankbait, Lew's BB-1 Speed Spool Casting Reel, 12-pound Seaguar InvizX Fluorocarbon, and a Lew's David Fritts Cranking Casting Rod.
Catch Bass During the Post Spawn Transition
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