Tis the season
Most people rely on calendars to tell the seasons. Bass fishermen know this is folly.
Despite what the calendar says, spring officially arrives when bass make their pre-spawn migration toward shallow spawning areas. Summer begins when post-spawn bass move to offshore haunts. Autumn starts when cooling water urges bass to gorge before winter sets in.
Hunters use other natural phenomenon to gauge the seasons. Whitetails usher in autumn when they shed their velvet. Spring comes ...
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