Early Spring Hot Spots

This is the time of year in the northeast when bass fishermen all begin thinking about getting out on the water that first time after the ice vanishes from our favorite bass lake. Fishing in the very early spring can be difficult or can be excellent depending on if you locate the bass. Locating bass in the early spring is actually very easy to do.

Finding bass after the ice off is all about water temperature and locating the banks that the sun is directly hitting. The sun this time year is definitely your friend and locating shores that gets direct sunlight is the key to an empty livewell or one with a limit. Here are some areas that will hold fish in the early spring.

Early Spring Hot Spots

So this year when the ice melts off the lake and your heading out to your favorite bass lake pay close attention to your water temp and pay special attention to the banks that sun is directly hitting and you will catch more bass. Most importantly stay safe and warm falling into the lake when water temps are in the low 40s can lead to hypothermia very quickly. Always keep a change of cloths onboard in case of a fall in.