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A bass fisherman worst nightmare

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Cold muddy water and we got it . It’s gona be a fun few weeks . Water is up but will be brought back down .so this week it’s muddy then next the bottom is out of it again . So here’s my question what is your go to strategy. mine is run and gun cover as much water as possible with something like traps or something moving .anybody got a solution otherwise would love to hear what y’all thoughts are . cause this is what everybody will be doing that gets out on the lake for at least the next three weeks. oh by the way if you didn’t catch it earlier. I hate fishing this way.  Would much rather this time year have gin clear water and lots of brown fish to charge up with little green worm. 

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so, from the dood who prefers a lil color in the water when he's fishing . . .

yep, cover water but use your electronix to help you determine where the fish are holding.  if you mark fish, then give it a try.  no fish, move on to the next spot.  with the water level being that dynamic, they're gonna pull back to a depth where they feel it's ~stable, esp the post-spawners.  i'd start w/ 5-8', then pull back to 8-12'.  shallower water tends to clear up first so don't completely ignore the skinny stuff.  points will always hold fish.  don't forget transition lanes - those places fish use to move to/from spawning grounds to holding areas.

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In all honesty, give me rock and a dark colored jig and I'm good lmao.... I'm with you, I can't stand fishing the current conditions...I like staind water but this is down right nasty lol... Gotta fish it though lol... B hits the nail on the head as usual lol... He won't steer you wrong 😎😎... 

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