Boat docks hold big bass throughout the entire year, but these fish aren’t always easy to reach. You’ll often find the biggest fish positioned in the deepest, darkest shade under a boat dock. That’s exactly why accurate and stealthy casts are so important. Managing Editor Walker Smith skips tens of thousands of docks each year and has developed some guidelines that will further develop your skipping and pitching game. Dock fishing can be frustrating at first, but with these tips and constant practice, you’ll soon be catching bass most anglers are unable to reach.
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