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do you think private pond bass are more or less aggressive than lake or river bass?

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  • do you think private pond bass are more or less aggressive than lake or river bass?

    do you think private pond bass are more or less aggressive than lake or river bass?

  • #2
    O'you bet!

    Getcha a Jitterbug top water crank bait the size of you thumb. Cast it out far and bring it in fast enough to make a POP! POP! POP! sound and be ready!

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    • #3
      clay cooper,
      when you say u bet do you mean they are more aggressive in lakes???

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      • #4
        Bass in private ponds may be less wary if they don't get much fishing pressure.
        There were two studies done recently that showed that some bass are less catchable than other fish. The studies are written about in this months In-Fisherman and I think they did a blog about them on F&S a while ago. So basically anywhere you go there will be some bass that are catchable and some that aren't. Fish that don't see much pressure may be less likely to be lure shy and therefore the private pond fish may seem more aggressive. You are lucky to have access to private water. Go get 'em!

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        • #5
          thanks chuckles. i dont get to fish the pond much but im trying to get full permision there. the largemouth in the front pond seem uncatchable half the time but the big smallmouth in the back pond are very aggressive. i thought that lake bass would be more aggressive due to the fact that they may not me fed as much and there is as much to eat due to competition with other fish.

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          • #6
            I find Bass in stock ponds are more aggressive and will hit a lure faster. The reason I would think is being in a pond limits the ability to travel seeking food

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            • #7
              Bass in private ponds/lakes, I have found to be a lot more aggressive.

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              • #8
                Agreed with FloridaHunter1226 and + 1 for you sir!!!

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