When fishing for largemouth bass we need to consider what size of fish we’re hoping to catch and use the type of bait appropriate for luring and catching our prey. Young largemouth bass tend to eat smaller bait fish, insects, small shrimp and scuds and are more likely to stay in more shallow water, close to the bank where their food is more abundant and they are safer from their predators one of whom is the older and larger adult largemouth bass.

In larger lakes largemouth bass tend to stay in the more open, deeper water where they can more easily catch their prey which is smaller fish like shad, trout, shiners, ciscoes and sunfish. The use of a good fish finder from http://www.deepwaterfishfinder.com is ideal for locating these…



Source by Joe Landers