Reading Bass on the Catch

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Davy Hite talks about reading how the fish behaved on a catch to know whether you need to hunker down and fish an area more thoroughly. Check out this catch and what he said.

Video Transcript:  Oh under the boat! Good one! Good one!   Beautiful beautiful fish; You know that fish when I pitched in there, hit the Goo Bug   and come out a 100 mile per hour and now the wind is blowing me up on this and I’m not going to be able to pitch it back in there like I would normally do. But typically if I was in a tournament that tells me that fish is probably trying to get away from other fish and for food or for bait. Why would he leave his home here under all of this cover and run out in to this wide open water other than when he had something he is running away from the competition. So typically I would hit my button, drop the Talons down, make more pitches in there, and more often than not you’ll catch another fish. Be sure and try that.

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