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#11009464 - 07/30/15 09:21 AM Need some tips on identifying grass types
Rhino68W Offline
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Registered: 11/06/14
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Loc: Benbrook, TX
I am relatively new to bass fishing and still haven't learned how to identify the different types of aquatic vegetation. With this comes not knowing the best ways to fish each type. Are there any article you would recommend that explain the different types and some god ways to fish them for LMB? TIA
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#11009486 - 07/30/15 09:32 AM Re: Need some tips on identifying grass types [Re: Rhino68W]
Billy_Lawson Offline
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Registered: 02/11/12
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As far as identifying them, just Google search images for whatever type your curious about.
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#11009510 - 07/30/15 09:39 AM Re: Need some tips on identifying grass types [Re: Rhino68W]
Outdoordude Offline
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Registered: 04/20/09
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Texas A&M AquaPlant is the easiest place online to identify aquatic vegetation common around here. Then you can go to Wired2Fish and search "vegetation," or the specific plant you're researching, to browse their how-to videos and articles.

Most folks in the fishing circles call vegetation either grass, moss or pads to describe as many as 20 or 30 different species so searching for information on how to fish Illinois Pondweed (Potamogeton illinoensis) isn't going to do you much good in a fishing article search.

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