The pre-spawn feeding time is how bass make it through the spawn (period where they lay eggs), where they may not eat for up to 14 days.
Wider & deeper points of the river, leading into a cut or small shallow cove.
Living in deep waters, feeding as much as possible to prepare for the stressful act of spawning.
Temperature readings are collected at a depth of about 6" using a spirit-filled bulb thermometer; water temperature varies greatly by depth. Pin locations on the map are approximate. Water temperatures are correlated to fish spawning and movement cycles, but it is not possible to predict the location of fish based solely on water temperatures. Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes only. The readings submitted by volunteers are not independently verified by Coosa Riverkeeper, Inc. Errors and inaccuracies are possible. Coosa Riverkeeper, Inc., its employees, agents, officers and volunteers make no guarantee to the accuracy of the data provided herein.
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