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PostPosted: 31 Jul 2016, 18:21 
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Missed the biggest bass Ive seen at my most fished local river. Is there a chance he will stay put?



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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2016, 06:09 
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As long as the conditions stay the same you have a good chance she will stay. If the weather has a big change or the river has a large drop or rise she will probably move to meet the conditions. How long before you will be able to return and check on her?



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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2016, 07:08 

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If the food source stays and the weather doesn't change too drastically you may be able to get a second chance.


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maybe. lots of variables in a river.



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PostPosted: 01 Aug 2016, 21:05 
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Location: Central FLORIDA - The Sunshine State -
Bill Dance, the world renowned Bass Champion
says "yes, bass will stay in the area they are comfortable with".
Meaning: habitat, cover, food, structure, yada yada yada.

That is "one" of the reasons that the location of a professional
bass tournament is not given too far in advance as some
of the "unscrupulous" members may sneak some monster fish into
a specific area that they can fish later on during the tournament.
which, if it did work, would give them an unfair advantage above the others.

If you google the subject, many forums have different view points.
http://www.bassresource.com/bass-fishin ... -released/
is only one of them. - - - and it mentions a river.
If you want to catch a previously hooked fish, try "down river" and not
the same place or up river.






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PostPosted: 02 Aug 2016, 19:26 
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im gonna hit the spot this saturday. so ill let you know if i have any luck. conditions should stay rather constant



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