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The onset of the winter months leading to frigid water temps drive shad populations into tight balls that spend the winter roaming deep, meandering creek channels. This action by the shad schools also guarantees packs of aggressive bass are always nearby. It’s very common for these balls of shad to be suspended in the middle of these deep creek channels, meaning if the bass want to eat, they can either wait in nearby deep cover for the shad pod to swim by, or they can simply follow the bait by suspending alongside the shad, attacking at will.
Suspended bass were once thought almost uncatchable due to the difficulty of making a precise presentation to them; however, today’s electronic technology allows an angler to get a better visual of what’s actually taking place in the water column over the old flasher units of yesteryear.
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