Why to Fish Ultra Shallow in Summer and Fall to Catch More Bass

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Some anglers don’t like to get too shallow. When their trolling motors start kicking up mud, they think it’s too shallow to catch a bass and will often miss some of the best fishing for some of the most unpressured fish way up a creek or the very back of a bay in the late summer and fall.

Shallow water guru, Bill Lowen, walks through what he looks for when fishing in the backs of creeks, how he targets super shallow water and why he loves this type of fishing.