I have been doing daytrips for bass over the last couple of months while doing my part to slow the spread of C19. I got a fish picture or two on some trips and none on others but eventually accumulated some good shots. I usually do a trip photo post but I decided to shake things up and make a project out of getting bass photos. No big fish were caught and the fishing was never on fire but it was usually at least okay. The bite was slow early in the season but once the water warmed up it seemed like the bass got on the job and started biting. I did some shore walking with my dog, some tubing and some kayaking. Almost all the fish were on Clousers but a few were on top water. There are a couple of phone shots and one Go Pro shot but mostly I used the Olympus TG-5. I had a lot of fun with it and seem to have worn the same shirt everyday but I washed it so don't worry. Hopefully you are safe and healthy and we will soon be moving beyond the local and taking more extended trips.
Nice bass on the chartreuse Clouser.
Great reflections next to the kayak.
A spotted bass. I think this is the best looking fish.
Another nice one next to the kayak.
Good head shot.
Beautiful day on the water.
Heading for the depths.
A good looking bluegill.
The controversial pike minnow.
Smallmouth are aggressive biters and strong pullers.
Light colored fish.
My dog is visible on the far shoreline.
Zipping off across the sand.
A black crappie. Good looking fish.
My dog shot on the over-under dome.