Many anglers think winter means extremely cold, clear waters with atypically dormant bass. In warmer flood years, like we’re having with El Nino this year, it means a lot of higher, dirtier but often warmer water for bass fishing. These phenomenons can stump the most savvy of bass anglers but Elite Series pro Jason Christie offers some great tips for searching for winter bass in abnormally dirty, high waters.
High dirty water leads Christie to think of a spinnerbait, even in the winter. While a spinnerbait might not be high on every angler’s list of wintertime baits, Christie has learned they can be a saving grace when bass can no longer see something like a jerkbait or a drop shot.
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