Fishing tidal waters often proves perplexing, as daily ebb and flow repositions fish and shuffles the deck. In this dynamic environment, western pro Ken Mah finds he does some of his best work when he’s fishing grass edges for bass.
Pretty much anytime, excluding the spawn, the Elk Grove, California angler expects to find the most aggressive bass positioned in predictable areas of a grass line. That’s what Mah calls “the outer third.”
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