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DOUGLAS LAKE: Early Pre-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing

Today’s video takes place on Douglas lake in East Tennessee in early March. Pre spawn bass fishing is heating up across the reagion and bass are on the move travelling from their winter hangouts towards spawning locations. Bass are beginning to show up in typical pre spawn locations such as secondary points, flats, and channel bends and can be targeted with a wide array of moving baits.

– Duckett Micro Magic Pro 6’9 M Cranking Rod
– Bass Pro Shops Crankin Stick 7’6 MH

– Diawa Tatula 100 6.3:1
– Abu Garcia Revo Winch 5.4:1

– Rapala DT 10 Crankbait
– 1/4 oz. Strike King Red Eye Shad Lipless Crankbait
– 1/4 oz. Bill Lewis Rattle Trap Lipless Crankbait

– 10 lb Flourocarbon

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  1. Good video, however I'd like to see the fish get released alot quicker. Keeping those fish out of water the entire time you describe the bite, is not necessary.

  2. Man I've learned more about bass fishing Douglas lake in just 2 days of watching ur vids and more about sonar than I have in past 5 years seriously. Special Thanks for such interesting knowledgeable vids…I'm hooked. U are very detailed in ur explanations…REF…

  3. Enjoyed the show watching from Oak Ridge looking to get a graph for my kayak looking at the 9" can't decide humming bird or lowrance do any of the charts have Norris

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