April 04, 2021
When bass flood the banks in the spring to spawn, it can be easy pickings for any reasonably skilled, technically competent angler. The fish move to predictable areas, often the same ones year after year, and while they may not be actively feeding, their territoriality leads them to bite. By the time we reach the heart of summer, fish are similarly locked into likely areas and, as the song goes, “livin’ is easy.” On southern impoundments, they’ll move to current breaks on the river channel, while on rivers they may bury up in the thickest grass mats. Find the sweet spots and you can load the boat without moving it.
All of that predictability is welcomed, but...
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