Bolton had some history in Texas and on Sam Rayburn, so he was able to capitalize on that knowledge of the early prespawn seasonal patterns —namely points and drains with inside grass lines.
“I knew I wanted to concentrate on the north end of the lake that had been protected from cold north winds all winter and that wouldn’t get blowed out on a north wind the week I was fishing there,” Bolton said. “I have done well in Texas this time of year dragging Carolina Rigs and especially on Sam Rayburn when we came here a lot on the FLW Tour in the 1990s and 2000s. But I also had it in the back of mind that a lot of guys had beat me with a crankbait.”
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