Many lakes and reservoirs lack abundant or obvious fish-holding structure yet support excellent bass fishing. Wired2Fish's Ryan DeChaine shares a few pointers for finding numbers of bass by paying attention to shoreline changes that produce areas of change, and in turn, concentrate fish.
DeChaine goes on to discuss the importance of identifying and targeting bass around primary and secondary points. These structures function similar to how highway twists and turns slow and concentrate traffic. For grass lakes in particular, a Texas-rigged plastic fished on a medium-heavy power casting rod gets it done. Ryan shares his tackle and equipment setup for targeting these active summertime bass.