In bass fishing, the strike zone basically represents the visual range in which the largemouth bass has the highest probability of attacking the prey. In reality the Strike Zone is a more extended concept and also represents the area or areas in which the fisherman concentrates more in each fishing session. The places where we think it is most likely to find active predators, shady areas, covers, obstacles, rocks, submerged trees and much more.
Below I created a chart that helps us understand how to best delineate the Strike Zone. I was inspired by an article in an old fishing magazine and I hope it will be useful.
STRIKE ZONE IS MORE…..
it also represents the area or areas where it is most likely to find active predators