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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > March 2020 > 10 Tips on What to Use and Where to Fish for Bass in the Spring
March in the southern U.S. is different from March in the northern U. S. And, of course, it’s different all the way in between, as well as different in every other early-season month. So it’s hard to say what’s good for one person is also good for another in a different locale, especially when you consider that spring bass fishing takes place in many varied types of water.
Nonetheless, there are some things about where to fish that hold true for everyone, just maybe not in every place at the exact same time. So here are ten bass fishing tips to help you figure out what to use and where to fish for bass in the spring.
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Ken Schultz was a longtime staff writer for Field & Stream magazine and is the former Fishing Editor of ESPNoutdoors.com. He’s written and photographed nineteen books on sportfishing topics, plus an annual fishing tips calendar, and his writing has appeared on various websites for more than two decades. His author website is kenschultz.com
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