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fishman50

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fishman50

Guys what do you think about fishing bass shallow on the chain?

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Smallie

Fishing bass shallow on the chain isn't a bad idea at all. You can catch plenty of numbers up shallow on various baits.

I think if you want to catch lots of fish with some good size fish. Just throw a jig and pig, or whatever you want for a trailer.

A friend of mine won a good amount of money by fishing shallow all year.

I didn't beleive that it would be done so consistently .

I would keep an open mind on where you should fish depending upon what you learn that day.

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Wayne Ek

Fishman50, you can fish shallow all year on the chain and catch bass. If you like top-water and dock fishing the chain will be great, or you can hit the east shore of Geneva and fish the willows and catch bass almost any time. Don't let smallie fool you I see him up shallow even if he is a deep water mad man.

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