You can catch bass in a crowd
Category: fishing tips
Apr 22nd, 2019 by Keith Worrall 225
Modified Apr 22nd, 2019 at 12:55 PM
Jake Whitaker Bassmaster Marshal
I’m not a huge fan of fishing in a crowd. No bass fisherman is. But I’d rather be fishing behind somebody in an area that has fish than to be casting by myself in a place where bass are scarce. I’ve fished in crowds before, but never in such a confined area as where I put all my chips in at Winyah Bay.
The place was a series of canals and ponds off the Waccamaw River, which is about a 20-minute run from the Carroll Ashmore Campbell Marine Complex where we took off. The banks there are lined with overhanging limbs, laydowns, cypress trees and a few docks. I shared this water with most of the pros who didn’t make the long run to the Cooper River.
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