Largemouth bass will spawn sometime during April and June, depending on their geographical distribution. They typically spawn in water temperatures of 65 to 75F and near-shore areas with a depth between 1 and 4 feet.
Smallmouth bass typically spawn between late April and early July in water temperatures between 55 and 70F.
When jigging for lake trout, you should use a 6 or 7′ medium-heavy rod with a strong backbone and fast action. A 7 to 9′ medium Great Lakes Trolling rod with moderate action is your best pick when trolling for lakers. Both rod types should also have increased sensitivity.
One of Alaska’s staple fish species is the steelhead (Oncorhynchus irideus). This anadromous version of the rainbow trout grows to trophy sizes along most of Alaska’s coast, stretching from the southwestern corner to the state’s southeastern panhandle.
In both lakes and river systems, walleye generally spawn sometime during late March and mid-May, when water temperatures are between 40 and 50F. The time of the spawn depends on the walleye’s distribution. They will spawn during the night and only do so once a year.
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