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Winter time schools #13864030 01/28/21 01:47 AM
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So how long will big schools of bass hold in an area during winter? How far will they move?


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Re: Winter time schools [Re: Gilbert M.] #13864548 01/28/21 03:16 PM
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I guess it all depends on the weather, water temps and the availability of food... Dan

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I have been working on a school I found at Lake Grapevine .
They have been there for several weeks.
Some days they will react to a bait others not so much.
They do move around in the basic area.


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Re: Winter time schools [Re: Gilbert M.] #13865347 01/29/21 12:27 AM
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If they're deep, could be there for weeks or until pre-spawn. Weather will affect the shallow groups more. This is when they'll stay put longer than any other time of year.


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