How Does the Bass of Canada Differ from the Rest? Read on to Know

Fishing is considered as a great sport in almost all countries and Canada is no exception. Many people in Canada have even taken fishing as their profession and almost all people here are interested in bass fishing more than any other people in other countries.When it comes to bass fishing, there are variety of bass fishes and the small mouth bass in one among the species. Bass fishing by itself is a very challenging sport and within the bass fishing category, the small mouth bass are capable of throwing a tough challenge even to seasoned anglers.



In order to achieve success in small mouth bass fishing you have to plan your strategies on well informed options and catching these brown colored small mouth bass is really interesting and an enchanting experience for you.
The Small mouth basses are popularly known as bronze backs, smalls and
smallies.

But the size is of no relevance when you compare the level of challenge these small mouth basses are capable of throwing at the fishermen. Because of the tough task of catching small mouth bass, there is variety of competitions being conducted regularly, especially in the freshwater sports category.

Basses from Canada are known for its out of water leaping behaviour and for its exhaustive stamina. Though these small mouth bass prefer any kind of baits, they are more attracted towards small baits in particular and you can use crank baits, spinners, shining minnows and night crawlers for luring and catching small mouth basses.

The small mouth bass has a jaw similar to that of its large mouth counterpart and normally have 12 to 17 rows of scales on the cheek. The jaw of the small mouth bass will extend and stop just below the eyes and this feature is an identification mark for differentiating this bass from the large mouth bass. Generally all the small mouth basses will have a golden bronze color with a lighter or creamy colored belly.

Small mouth basses prefer cooler climate and hence could be seen more in cool waters. You can also find these bass in rivers due to the reason that small mouth basses search for their food and reach rivers and lakes.

Bass fishes in general are very sensitive and when it comes to the small mouth basses, the sensitivity will be at a peak and hence they get affected easily from the changes in the water quality or pollution levels. Basses never stay in one place and they keep moving to places where they can find conducive living conditions.

They prefer water bodies with a hard bottom and are very fond of river bottoms that has got gravel and other stones. As these small mouth basses are very sensitive to temperature, they relocate their habitat to cooler sites once the temperature of the present location increases and they always choose the main channels of the river they live in.

In the absence of any new cooler sites, these small mouth basses will also try to go deeper and cooler areas in the same location and they prefer areas with extensive weed covers so as to have a safe living.

In Canada, you can find these basses in Canadian shield and the Lake Panache has got more of small mouth basses. Bass fishing, especially small mouth bass is really a challenge and you can enjoy the sport the moment you set your foot in it.




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