Spring is the most anticipated season. As flowering cherry trees turn pink and daylight lingers past supper, bass and anglers both get excited. Months of reduced activity give way to searching; bass in search of a decent meal, and anglers in search of bass. While catching the first bass of the season is memorable, the gripping excitement comes by knowing any cast could land a bass of mega proportions.
When water temps climb above 45-degrees in the Pacific Northwest, bass begin moving en masse from their deep winter sanctuary to shallow flats. This movement occurs faster than most realize; one day you get bit in 45-feet of water and the next you find action in 10-feet.
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