It took awhile, but I finally worked out where and what I had to do with my NEBCO Flash Bait metal wobbler to get those Columbia River backwater bass to grab it.
In the beginning I just waded out into the shallows and cast out into deeper water. My hits using this procedure were few and far between. I decided to try a different approach. I went over to where the water was deeper along a fairly steep bank.
I was only able to wade out about three feet without going over the top of my boots. Once I was where I wanted to be I quit casting straight out into deeper water. Instead I started casting parallel to the bank. [Read more…]