Fishing Horseshoe Springs is a great way to keep the winter time bass blues from sinking too deep. I headed out for a Friday morning of fishing, and caught a half dozen Largemouth Bass in only a few hours of fishing. They definitely were on the scrawny side, but sometimes just getting that bite feels good.
Horseshoe Springs Fishing Video
It was fun to get out, and quadruple the number of bass I caught compared to my first trip. Here’s a link to my previous trip for you to check out as well: https://krakenbass.com/horseshoe-springs-fishing/
The biggest difference from this trip compared to my previous trip was all the green matted vegetation was gone. This had the bass tucked up under the banks tight to the cover. The Horseshoe springs video pretty much sums up the other details of the trip. Feel free to leave any comments below if you have any questions.
One more thing the bass in the feature image, even though it was bleeding like crazy, swam off fine. I hooked him in the bottom lip, and it must of hit a vein or something. I apologize if the site of blood grosses you out. As my dad used to say when I fell and got banged up, “a little bit of blood never hurt anyone.”
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