Bass often make moves to shallow water during the fall period. These moves aren't always the big offshore to inshore transitions, but often simple vertical repositioning on the same spot. Elite Series pro Dennis Tietje explains this movement of largemouth bass in deep hydrilla - the bass often move from the base of the grass up to just under the canopy, where heavy flipping presentations blast right by. Marking your line to the depth of the fish allows you to consistently put the lure in front of them.
Elite Serie pro Dennis Tietje Shares a Quick Tip on Marking Line to Help You Target Bass Suspended in Grass
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