Three super lakes for big, late-winter bass

Lake Fork and Lake Sam Rayburn in Texas and Florida's Lake Okeechobee are just the tickets.

Updated: March 7, 2006, 10:10 AM ET
By Ken Schultz | ESPNOutdoors.com Fishing editor

Many bass anglers are champing at the bit to get after their favorite species, but not too many of them enjoy doing it while bundled up like the Michelin Man.

The good news is that there are a few places where you can go now without freezing — well, usually — and where you don't need a passport.

Here's a brief profile of three American bass waters that produce big fish in February and March:

Lake Fork, Texas

For the past decade or more, Lake Fork has been ...

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Three super lakes for big, late-winter bass