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  • In larger rivers use larger floats with heavier line.

  • In low and clear water, use a very small float such as a porcupine quill or a tapered English style float. Use minimum shot and very small hooks. The light floats will move most natural in slow water.

  • Bass must make do with the structure or cover that is available to them. By searching for these unsuspected areas, big bass may become a reality.

  • During the early season, fish in the protected pools where the current is slow. These spots usually show up in stream bends right after some fast shallow rapids.