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Pinpointing winter hideouts with Dave Wolak
A depth change of 2 feet or 20 feet could be a good wintertime bass hideout, according to Dave Wolak.
"The best locations on reservoirs that I've found are holes," says Wolak. "Fish really group up in holes in the winter if you have a lake where the average depth is less than what is adequate for the fish to stay in a stable environment."
An example of a wintering hole Wolak targets is a ditch 20 to 30 feet deep in the middle of a long creek arm featuring an expansive flat. The water ...
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