The Best Lakes for Bass Fish

Bass fishermen of all walks of life would love to know which locations within the United States are best for bass fishing. The following locales throughout the United States offer a plentiful supply and are known for producing championship size bass. Whether you are entering a competition or you are seeking the ultimate trophy bass for your collection, look no further than these abundant lakes.

Pickwick Lake (Alabama)
Pickwick Lake spans through Sheffield, Muscle Shoals, Florence, and Waterloo in the state of Alabama. Access to this lake is possible through the southern areas within Florence and Muscle Shoals. Access is possible through the northern points of Waterloo and Florence. Your best bet for prime bass fishing is at the Second Creek and Bear Creek embankments.

Bull Shoals Lake (Arkansas)
According to the Bull Shoals fishing reports it is best to use shad, plastic baits, and standard plastic worms for the best fishing results. Bass seems to bit more often on the old shoreline than any other place within Bull Shoals. If you use spinners always stick to the water colored options. Another prime area for bass fishing on Bull Shoals is near the Bull Shoals Dam.

Bull Shoals Lake

Lake Champlain (New York)
Lake Champlain spans 120 miles and is approximately 400 feet deep. Not only is this lake a central location for bass fishing on your own, but some companies in this section provide fishing charters. Lake Champlain flows into the St. Lawrence and Richelieu Rivers. This lake is ranked sixth on the list of Great Lakes in the United States.

Lake Champlain

Lake Havasu (Arizona)
Lake Havasu is a prime fishing area for largemouth bass. According to reports, some largemouth bass caught in this locality have weighed more than six pounds. This region is known for fishing tournaments and its plentiful supply of bass.

Lake Havasu

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