Cold Water Smallmouth Bass Fishing – Stingnose Jigging Spoon for Chunk Smallmouth

I have everyone’s favourite boatless angler with us today, and we’re out on the water in some nice cold -2 degree Celsius weather. We’re all bundled up in full gear and even have on some nice toques.

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It’s the last day of smallmouth bass fishing up here in Canada, specifically in the southern Ontario region.

Today we’re running the brand new Stingnose jigging spoons, and we’re jigging in about 50 feet of water. The water temp is about 47 degrees Fahrenheit. Which means that the smallmouth bass are starting to really school up, and feed in prep for the winter. The Stingnose size we’re running with specifically is 1 3/4 oz. Which is the perfect size for this cold water depth.

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A good tip/trick when it comes to vertically jigging, is the classic jig and pause technique. Many times, the smallmouth bass will hit the lure right on that pause.

It was such a great day out on the water today catching those nice chunky smallmouth bass. We couldn’t be more pleased with these new Stingnose jigging spoons.

It was definitely a great way to end the smallmouth bass fishing season!

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As always until next time, good luck and good fishin’!


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