Muddy water intimidates a lot of anglers, but it certainly doesn’t have to be that way. These conditions are often ideal for fooling big bass if you can understand their behavior and most importantly, their positioning. Managing Editor Walker Smith explains why he specifically targets muddy water throughout most of the year, while breaking down each and every aspect of his technique and thought process. He also connects with some great bass!
Catch More Bass in Shallow, Muddy Water
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