Special Report #68
HOW TO FIND BASS IN THE RISING MUD
When muddy water really pours into a lake, bass usually are easy to find, according to Rick Clunn of Glorieta, New Mexico, four-time B.A.S.S. Masters Classic winner. " The best method of locating these fish is not to run up and down the lake all day looking for them. A friend and I will hire a Piper Cub and fly over the lake before we plan to fish, a tactic that also saves money and time. The plane usually will cost us $35 each."
"If an angler runs all over the lake looking for clear water all on one day, he will spend more money and time than I will in a plane and still may not know where the clearest water is."
Most fishermen will see mud and go home. Therefore, you may find few, if any, boats on the lake when you fish the mud. And the mud will tend to concentrate bass in clear water pockets. Once you locate these places you probably will find excellent fishing.
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