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Muddy waters #12454634
10/05/17 10:14 PM
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How does muddy water affect sandbass fishing? I've been doing good from the shore at a local lake, and now we're getting tons of runoff. I wonder if it's still worth going, and if so, do I need to change anything? I've been tossing Kastmaster lures.

Re: Muddy waters [Re: uncle_bagster] #12456363
10/07/17 07:56 AM
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Fishing in muddy waters is tough but not impossible. I didn't have much luck last year when Texoma was muddy. Had to drive around looking for cleaner waters.

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