Some of the hottest action of the year occurs immediately after the spawn by targeting pods of bass fry. In the first stages of post-spawn, check pockets where the bass have been bedding and search the bank or holes in the grass beds for small schools of fry.

            Anytime you see the fry, there will always be a buck bass nearby, protecting the young from panfish and other threats. During this time, these male bass are easy to catch with a soft-plastic jerkbaits like a Gambler Flappin Shad or Jawtec Chatterbox tossed near the fry.

            This is an incredibly reliable method, but it is important to quickly release the adult bass to allow it to continue to guard the small fish.






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