Target Bass on Isolated Cover in Creek Arms

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Bass follow the baitfish migration into the back of creek arms in the fall. This often happens during or after reservoirs have been drawn down for the winter, which means you’re often faced with skittish bass in shallow and clear water. Matt Herren loves running a shallow water topwater program under these conditions. Cover is key – any isolated brush, laydowns and docks are fish magnets, especially under clear skies. Herren puts some good fish in the boat and sees several others in this exciting and educational video.

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