Most bass fisherman like having some wind and I’ve had good luck on windy days when I’ve found nice protected areas to fish. Fish tend to be more aggressive when the water is rippled. Crank baits and swim baits are good choices on windy days but I’ve also had luck with spinner baits, worms, and flukes.
On windy days, fish tend to concentrate on wind-blown points and banks but during spring will often chase baits in the shallows in protected coves. Along those wind-blown banks, the transition between where the water is cloudy and clear is often a good place to try.
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