Wednesday March 31 2010

Spring Kansas Bass Fishing
When do white bass begin their spawning run?

White bass spawn when water temperatures reach 55-60 degrees. When water temperatures reach the low 50s, though, male fish will begin migrating up reservoir feeder streams and rivers. During the spawning run, white bass will congregate in deeper pools and holes, and anglers casting jigs and spinners can enjoy fantastic fishing. With a few warms days, white bass fishing will really heat up. Consult the 2010 Fishing Forecast for lakes with good white bass populations, then watch the weekly fishing reports for up-to-date information.

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An in-line spinner can be the ticket to great bass fishing in Kansas' early spring waters.

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