It’s not the biggest bass, but this one was special as the first of the year.
It’s not the biggest bass, but this one was special as the first of the year. Jordan Rodriguez Special to the Idaho Statesman
It’s not the biggest bass, but this one was special as the first of the year. Jordan Rodriguez Special to the Idaho Statesman

The first green fish of the year — a largemouth bass — is an angler’s rite of spring

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    Largemouth bass are one of six different species available at Crane Falls Lake, and they will aggressively strike surface plugs in the dawn and dusk hours.