Special Report #60
HOW TO FISH FALLING WATER
When the water begins to fall, bass become very concentrated.
According to Rick Clunn, longtime professional bass fishermen and four-time B.A.S.S. Masters Classic winner, of Glorieta, New Mexico, "Falling water is my favorite fishing situation. When a lake falls, there is less water for the fish to be in and less water for the angler to have to fish to try and find them."
"The advantage you have to fishing falling water is that you know where the bass will be. If you avoid the pressure zones and use the tactics and baits we have described, falling water may prove to be the best water condition you can angle. I know I would rather fish falling water, and maybe you will too."
Order Special Report #60 to learn more of Clunn's ideas on catching bass in falling water.