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  1. Barry

    Good point. I always enjoy reading Chester Moore’s observations and often learn something from them.

    However, I have noticed that in fishing the rivers of N. Texas for bass, exactly the opposite strategy will pay off. Fish tend to stack up in holding areas, and often there will be several different species hanging together. Therefore, once one catches a bass, whatever type it is, usually there are others in the immediate area. It makes sense to keep working the same spot, until the action tapers off.

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