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NY (St. Lawrence)

St. Lawrence River

SEASON: Post-Spawn (Current)
SPECIES: Largemouth Bass
WATER CLARITY: Unknown

Relevant Gear for St. Lawrence River Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing

Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing Reports

We have no Fishing Reports for Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass yet.

Other Season Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Seth Feider

    Running rip rap banks away from boat traffic with a soft jerkbait was the most consistent pattern.

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Rip Rap

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Jerk Baits

    Zoom Super Fluke White / 5 1/4"

    Super Fluke White / 5 1/4"

    zoom

  • Reported by Steven Hennige

    fish are just ending transition, do to a recent water drop, bite is tough for size. Found lots of fish shallow around Rock and sand. Covering water with a jerk... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Rock Pile

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Jerk Baits

    Megabass Ito Vision 110 Jerkbait Mat Shad / 4 1/3"

    Ito Vision 110 Jerkbait Mat Shad / 4 1/3"

    megabass

  • Reported by Chris Gratton

    A drop shot is always a great choice on the St Lawrence, however lately we have done very well dragging a dream shot in the 15-25 foot depth range in... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Boulders

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Drop Shots

    Strike King KVD Dream Shot Green Pumpkin / 4"

    KVD Dream Shot Green Pumpkin / 4"

    strike_king

  • Reported by Chris Gratton

    Still catching a lot of fish on a drop shot. Depth is a little deeper in the 20-35 foot range. Most fish have been coming looking for isolated rock and... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Boulders

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Blade Baits

    Berkley Gulp Minnow 3" / Emerald Shiner

    Gulp Minnow 3" / Emerald Shiner

    berkley

  • Reported by Chris Gratton

    Cold front this week has given some of the fish lock jaw. Still catching fish but you have to work for them a little more. The best fishing of the... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Rock Pile

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Ned Rigs

    ZMan Finesse TRD GREEN PUMPKIN / 2 3/4"

    Finesse TRD GREEN PUMPKIN / 2 3/4"

    zman

  • Reported by Omnia Fishing

    We graphed fish and tried dragging drop shots through them. Got a few. We did much better drawing them up a few feet with a spy bait. Lost a bunch... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: River Channels

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Spybaits

    Duo Realis Spinbait 90 Perch / 3 1/2"

    Spinbait 90 Perch / 3 1/2"

    duo_realis

  • Reported by Jay Roberts

    Fish areas of deeper current with a heavy dropshot weight. Depths up to and beyond 40 feet in areas with rocky bottom and current breaks. Check your graphs and look... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: River Channels

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Forage: Minnows

    Technique: Drop Shots

    Berkley Powerbait Pro Twitchtail Minnow 3" / Perch Ice

    Powerbait Pro Twitchtail Minnow 3" / Perch Ice

    berkley

  • Reported by Omnia Fishing

    Fishing the shallower rock flats to find fish waiting to spawn with a black Feider Fly is a great way to catch big ones. Throwing out the hair jig is... Read More

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Rock Pile

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Finesse Hair Jigs

    Outkast Tackle Feider Fly Marabou Jig Black / 3/32 oz

    Feider Fly Marabou Jig Black / 3/32 oz

    outkast_tackle

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