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Just wanted to see what everyones favorite month of the year to fish was and why. I combined August with July and December with January because to me they are very similar. (to me at least). Looking forward to the responses.  ;D

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I chose March, But April is a very close 2nd.

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I put October with September being a very close second.  I put October because things are starting to cool down and I have caught the majority of my bass during this month. ;D

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I picked Oct. but March would be my second choice.  Actually all the months between October and April.   ;D

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Late March into early April.

The vast majority of my big fish I've caught, 6 - 8.5lbs have come in that time period.  

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I like them all but I picked September since I fish a lot of hydrilla lakes and thats the peak time for the grass to be near the surface and the fish are still schooled up in big schools from summer. I can fish all day throwing nothing but swimbaits and topwater for big strikes on or near the surface. When you find them it's usually more then one fish in a small area. June and early July would be a close second for schools of big fish in the grass and thats when I catch some big five fish limits on the lakes that have lots of pond weed. August is the only month I don't like. It's way too hot here in Atlanta for the first part of the month and the numbers of big fish always fall off that time of year.  

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Jan thru Dec.

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Gotta love the summer. Bass are in one spot and can be easily found. Also, frog baits!! Love the explosions that they set off.

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Got to love April in NC. First of all, the Bass are spawning, and there is great fishing for them, the Cat fish bite is back this month and they can be almost as fun.

Then trout season opens up and they are jamming in April. If I could, I would take the entire month off of work and fish every single day.

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I put October with September being a very close second. I put October because things are starting to cool down and I have caught the majority of my bass during this month. ;D

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Truthfully, I like any chance to fish, any time of year.  I do like the end of April and October for concentrations of big fish up here.  June is what I picked because it coincides with spawn here.  I also love the dead of summer, either fishing at night, or jigging the slop :)

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August has produced larger overall averages & more double digit bass ;)

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All of them as well.  But I would have to say Late April early May.

Later, :)

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I picked July/August simply because that's when my best times on the water have come. As a student, that's when I get to log the most hours, and that's when my buddies and I can really relax and unwind on the water. Ultimately I have to echo what others have said: any time on the water is a good time on the water. I've been getting skunked in 40 degree rainy weather so far this season, but it just feels so good to dip a line.

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I went with June, there is just not a better month to be outside, its warm, but not to warm.  Also, that is when the nights start to get comfortable round these parts.  However, not to sound cliche, I have to agree with the general concensus that any time on the water is welcome and appriciated.

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