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Catching February Baby Buzzbait bass

January 7, 2020 by lbailey

Catching February Baby Buzzbait bass. In many areas, February bass success solely depends on the weatherman.

Warm fronts, lasting from 2 days to a week or more, often move through many major reservoirs in late February. When the surface temperature warms, big bass begin to feed. Often you’ll catch them in very shallow water and by using Baby Buzzbait tactics.

Lee with a February Baby Buzzbait bass

If I fish those warming days in February, one of my go-to lures is the Baby Buzzbait.”

Most anglers don’t throw buzzbaits at this time of year. ”I have seen bass come up from 20 feet of water to attack a Baby Buzzbait on the surface in late February. “ On those warm days, shad often school-up near the surface since that’s where the warmest water is,”  “I’ve had some good days of bass fishing when I’ve used a buzzbait in late February.”

I’ve also learned that big bass often will move into extremely shallow waters during the colder months of the year. So I’m able to catch a lot of big bass when other anglers feel like the season is too early to start Baby Buzzbait fishing – one of the keys to successful buzzbait fishing. I start using buzzbaits before other anglers show them to the fish. Beginning early in the year, you can get the jump on other anglers and catch a lot of big bass on a Baby Buzzbait before the rest of the fishermen even begin to throw it.

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