Check out Joshua’s story from Bass Resource:
Hey guys. My buddy and I managed to sneak away for a quick afternoon trip on a narrow section of a Louisiana river. These small flows are rarely fished due to their shallow sand bars and frequent laydowns. Unfortunately, the same heavy wood cover that makes them difficult to navigate by boat also makes them tricky to fish. However, with some good kayak positioning and accurate casting these rivers can be very productive.
The spotted bass that inhabit these small flows are extremely aggressive and will eat just about anything that runs by their little green noses. Small spinnerbaits, crankbaits and topwaters are all productive and can be fished in the current. If you manage to hook one, these little guys will rush under heavy wood cover or into the fastest current possible, doing everything they can to break your line or throw your lure with frequent thrashing and jumping.
This ended up being a fairly productive trip with about fifteen fish total between the two of us. Many more managed to outsmart us and all of them were released to fight another day.
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