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Channel swings #10635728 02/21/15 09:49 PM
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Really trying to learn what channel swings and channel swing banks look like. Any one have any pictures that would help me understand better

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Re: Channel swings [Re: J.Chambers] #10635735 02/21/15 09:56 PM
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Re: Channel swings [Re: J.Chambers] #10635754 02/21/15 10:06 PM
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that's a good image of a creek channel bend, or swing. a channel swing bank, just being where the creek channel swings right up against the bank.

Easily found with SI equipment, or travelling along a bank, and seeing an abrupt break.

Bass kick it in these areas waiting for baitfish to cruise by. Especially good if there is some sort of cover and baitfish showing on your graph also.

good luck

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