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Summertime Bass Fishing Is Here. What’s the pattern?

Join us for tips on bass fishing in summer-like weather. The Florida bass fishing summer pattern is here. The heat, humidity, and glaring sunlight make bass fishing conditions more challenging. Not only does the angler get uncomfortable and overheated, but the fish do as well. The heat causes the water’s oxygen levels to decrease, causing the fish to become lethargic. What is your summer heat fishing strategy/tip? Respond by entering your reply in the comment section below, and we will enter your name into our American Baitworks pack giveaway. The winners will be announced on this YouTube channel on Saturday, May 27th.
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  1. Up here in S. Illinois we have to deal with the thermocline on most lakes. The lakes I have tournaments on in June and July we dont find any fish below 18ft due to the thermocline. Crankbaits like a Strike King 6XD along ledges is good. Stroking a jig in the 15 ft range works well also. We still find good fish under the mats in 5-10 ft.

  2. We fish soft plastic swim baits and jerk baits all day every day. Catch some on top and some dipping in the holes . The fish will tell you how they like it. Love yโ€™allโ€™s channel

  3. You can't catch if you don't fish. So get out on the water and enjoy the day. Remember to stay hydrated, long sleeves, and a hat. Protect yourself now so you can continue to enjoy getting out. Other than that, get out early to beat the heat. Enjoy the sunrise while you're at it.

  4. My summer pattern up here in NE Florida is to throw a weightless white trick worm over lilly pads early AM or longer on cloudy days. The bass up here love it. Later, I like to throw a june bug mid size brush hog on the edges of pads or around cover, cypress trees.

  5. fishing a frog early in the morning, throwing it at edges of hydrilla close to deep water. twitching it once and letting it set for 20-30 seconds. Also fishing a baitworks baby mad paca in deep pits working it real slow on the bottom in at least 15 feet of water

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