Cold-front largemouth can be tough, but still catchable!

Posted on October 7th, 2015

As things worked out we had set a couple of days to film footage on catching Kawartha Lakes late-summer bass and unfortunately had to deal with strong winds and really cold weather. That did not stop us from filming. With the help of Mike Williams who is a guide and winning tournament angler as my guest and his tournament team partner Duane Jacobs as camera-boat operator we still managed to catch lots of bass.


Noticed the waves splashing behind my legs even at the end of the day when we pulled the boats out? Strong winds limited the spots we could fish properly, but worked hard and never lost faith. A couple of times we fished the same productive water hours apart and caught fresh fish that had ventured on to the same intermediate structure/weeds to feed.


We ended up fishing Pigeon, Buckhorn and Lower Buckhorn Lake and literally had them all to ourselves. The tough conditions did not seem so bad as it felt like we were the only ones on the lake!

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