How Warm Fronts Affect Smallmouth Bass Fishing

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Warm fronts are very good for fishing the majority of the time.  Warm fronts are usually followed by some stable weather for a few days, which makes for some excellent fishing conditions.  In the spring, a warm front is what is needed to make smallmouth bass more active.  During the summer, a warm front or heat wave can actually push smallmouth bass out into deeper water, especially in clearer water.  In the fall, a warm front can provide some excellent fishing.  Smallmouth bass will feed in the cold and even after a cold front in the fall as they get feed up to get ready for the winter.  A warm front will keep the fish feeding, however, it makes fishing more comfortable for anglers.


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