Many rivers and reservoirs develop expansive grass lines that can make finding bass a needle in the haystack proposition. Well-know river rat and Elite Series pro Stephan Browning opts to start his fall search with blades, especially in rivers. He fires out long casts parallel to grass lines — just where they start to taper from the matted grass. A spinnerbait covers water quickly, and the blades closely resemble schooling baitfish, triggering aggressive strikes even in cold water.
Stephen Browning Finds Fall River Bass with Spinnerbaits
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