Doomsday Tackle pro David Mullins demonstrates exactly why you should change casting angles when fishing prime spots and known schools of fish. It’s common to catch a few bass from a school making the same directional casts, then have the bite shut off like a switch. You can see the damage Mullins did on this school prior to this on the previous video here.
As David demonstrates first hand with a 7-pounder, changing your boat position and/or casting angles relative to the structure is enough “different” to often get a few more bass to fire. It can also present your bait to fish missed by the first casting angle – just go easy on the chicken fingers the night before!