Water hyacinth is a common matted grass type throughout the deep south and western states, but as B.A.S.S. pro Hunter Shryock masterfully explains, catching fish out of this stuff requires an understanding of how it grows, and how your bait should be presented when it punches through. This is a great video to watch if you’re new to hyacinth fishing or want to gain a little additional insight.
How to Punch and Fish Water Hyacinth
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