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Cranking Fall River Bass on Current Seams

Elite Series pro John Crews gives us a good lesson in locating and triggering river bass during the fall months. He discusses how water interacts with the bank at various parts of the river to form current breaks, or seams, which consolidate bass. Not all seams are equally productive. Location relative to river bends, and the presence of key cover make some spots better than others. We then discuss how crankbaits remain a good search and triggering tool during the fall months right through winter. This is a solid watch for aspiring and established river rats out there: