Lakes and rivers across the Carolinas hold a coming-out party for largemouth bass this month. Winter is almost gone, and the promise of spring is at hand. And bass are hungry, trying to pack on a few more ounces before the physical trial of the spawn. It’s a great time to have your line stretched.

Jordan Lake bass are on the move right now

March fishing for North Carolina’s B. Everett Jordan Lake bass will be strongly weather-dependent. […]

Bless the Santee Cooper bass spawn

Experienced bass anglers at Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie begin looking for big bass moving into shallower water by late February. […]

Research before you hitch your bass boat

March is one of the best months for bass fishing in the Carolinas, and anglers can help their cause with a few steps before they even leave home. […]

Must-have baits for March bass

Across the Carolinas, March is the best month, in my opinion, to catch a trophy largemouth bass. I know you can catch one in January, February or April, but everything points to having your best chance this month. […]

Breaking down beds – A top bass pro shares tips on catching spawning bass

Anglers see it, bass feel it and nature signals the change. The sun and warmer temperatures have arrived, and bass are headed to the shallows to begin their annual spawning ritual. […]

Falls Lake’s March Madness – March bass fishing can be madness on Falls of the Neuse Lake

Fishing during the prespawn can be some of the most-rewarding experiences for a bass angler. Fish that have been under the influence of winter weather are beginning to stretch their gills and begin to engage in the natural process of spawning. […]

Prespawn Explosion — March is a great month for a Lake Murray bass-fishing trip

As far as Ben Lee of Columbia is concerned, there is no better month to fish on Lake Murray than March. […]

March blows in great bass fishing

March is probably my favorite month to fish in the Carolinas for most species. You still have some good striper fishing, and the crappie and bass are at their peaks. […]