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VLOG | Catching Brush Pile Bass from Docks

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Brush piles are an awesome place to find nice bass, especially when the bite gets tough. Regardless of the time of year, it seems like there are always some bites to be had fishing deep brush piles.

Our Managing Editor Walker Smith has been having some boat problems lately. Instead of sitting around and waiting for them to be fixed, he’s decided to get creative with his fishing. Not only is it a nice break from the routine, but it’s also teaching him a lot.

Walker takes us to his girlfriend’s dock where he dissects a small brush pile in hopes of “scratching the itch” for a few days. It’s hot outside, the dogs are tromping all over the place and thankfully, the bass are biting!

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