"Northern states largemouth bass live in expansive wild rice edges and flats during the spring, summer and fall months. Although wild rice is only native to the Great Lakes region (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Idaho) and parts of Canada, the flipping and pitching principles pertain to most grass flat scenarios.
Wired2Fish intern Kobie Koenig explains how he finds fish-holding areas in expansive matted grass beds and his favorite presentation for not only generating bites but extracting big bass from the jungle.
Kobie emphasizes the importance of finding areas of change such as a hole in the grass or a change in vegetation type. These changes are usually bottom composition related and ..." View Video To Learn >> How to Flip and Pitch Bass in Matted Wild Rice
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