Sight fishing doesn’t always means getting a clear look at the fish. It’s often the dark shadows that are questionable if it’s even a fish or not that turn out to be the bigger bass.
You want to make as little of noise as possible and keep your eyes peeled for anything that moves under that water. Polarized lenses are a must for this type of fishing as well. These tips have helped me constantly find and catch bigger bass on pressured lakes in the south.
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