The best spring bass lures come in many different shapes and sizes. The deal is that there is actually 3 phases to springtime bass fishing and they all require different lures to get the job done.

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During prespawn bass are just moving up out of deeper water and they tend to hit lures like chatterbaits, jerkbaits, and jigs really well. During the spawn I really like to slow down and use lures like frogs fished slowly, wacky rigs and texas rigs.

Moving to postspawn, I typically like baitfish oriented lures likes spooks and deep diving crankbaits. However, I will pick up a big worm when I need to slow down!

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  1. You really do offer some great tips. Bass fishing is mostly understanding where bass are, where they go, and what do they eat while they are there.

  2. There’s countless YouTube videos titled, “The best Bass fishing lures for Spring” or early spring or pre-spawn bass or some variant of that. In those videos they all have their preferred lures for bass fishing during these times. The thing is, they all have differing lures that all add up to the same old lures we would use for just about any other time of the year.

    I watch these videos in hopes of getting a real tip that all the vids say they have but really don’t have. It’s just a bunch of experienced fishermen stating their preferences for the spring time; and those preferences really aren’t all that different from any other time of the year, except perhaps their lure presentation is slightly different. Otherwise, good video.

  3. Just subbed this channel is what fish the moment was a few years ago. Please keep it up these vids are awesome.

  4. Just went Bass fishing last Sunday. The first of March. Weather in the lower 50’s little wind. Wanted to see if fishing with red lures works. Well, It did! Caught 15 bass in about 2.5 hrs. Started with a off colored red and translucence Wiggle wart that I found in my Father old tackle box. It produced the biggest 3 bass of the day. 1- 3 pounder and 2- 2.5 pounders. Then went to a Red craw lipless lure. It came in 2nd. Catching 5 -1 pounders. Then a red and black Chatterbait with a Green Pumpkin and Purple Sweet Beaver Trailer. Another 5 Largemouth bass. The rest of the catches were on different red baits. So, Yes The red color lures work. Shawn.

  5. Or, you can just come to South Florida where you can fish a stick bait year round and kill them. 😁👍

  6. Funny how there’s some science behind everything. Last 25 years I only knew the spawn was coming on when I could smell it. 😅

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