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Late Spring Panfishing

With the water warming up, panfish are becoming more active and aggressive. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your late spring panfishing:

  1. Look for shallow water: As the water warms up, panfish will move into shallower water to feed. Look for areas with a depth of 5-10 feet, and focus on weed beds, drop-offs, and other structure.

  2. Use the right bait: Worms and small jigs are great options for panfish. Try using a slip bobber to keep your bait at the right depth.

  3. Be patient: Panfish can be finicky, so you may need to spend some time trying different baits and techniques. Keep experimenting until you find what works.

  4. Practice catch and release: Panfish are a great sportfish, but they are also an important part of the ecosystem. If you do decide to keep some for a meal, make sure to follow local regulations and only keep what you need.

With these tips, you'll be well on your way to a successful late spring panfishing trip. Get out there and enjoy the great outdoors!

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