High water levels flood bushes in reservoirs. This flooded cover provides some of the best and certainly most exciting bass fishing of the year, but miles of flooded cover can also make fish location a huge challenge. Elite Series pro Tommy Biffle discusses how water level affects bass positioning in flooded bushes, and optional depths for flipping and pitching. He also shares his number one tip to help you choose the stretches that'll give you the best odds for getting your presentation in front of bass.
Flipping Bushes: What's the Best Depth
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