Don’t let muddy water keep you from fishing

During all of my years of fishing for bass I chunked lures in some really muddy water. At  irst I believed that bass wouldn’t bite in muddy water but as the years went by I learned that they will. Sometime if there is a rapid influx of cold muddy water that can really make fishingdifficult. However, within a couple of days the bass will acclimate to the new environment  and start feeding again. Speckled trout and redfish are no different but the difference is salt water. Trout, reds, and flounder are salt water fish but they do have  a built in tolerance for fresh water. The fish that call Sabine Lake home are used to periodic

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