What do lakes like Guntersville, Toledo Bend, Pickwick, and Sam Rayburn have in common? Lots of grass, which leads to big bass and lots of ’em. There’s no question it’s a needle in the haystack proposition to find bass on extensive grass flats, but it’s a must to be successful on these waters. Elite Series pro Mike Iaconelli explains in this video that all bass must come shallow to spawn, and outer and inner grass edges serve as convenient pit stops for bass during their migration to the bank. The same holds true during the postspawn on their way to summer haunts. This is some of the best guidance we’ve heard on dissecting grass in the spring.
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