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[NEWS]Shallow Running
« on: June 03, 2015, 09:00:03 PM »

Shallow Running

If Walmart FLW Tour pro John Cox manages to win the 2015 Angler of the Year title, he'll be the first angler of modern times to do so without the use of what is widely considered one of the most important fish-locating tools in today's bass boat: a transducer.

Cox, who trails only Wesley Strader and Bryan Thrift in the current AOY standings, made a strategic decision before the Tour season started to focus exclusively on shallow water, regardless of the seasonal pattern or tournament venue.

"As soon as I saw the 2015 Tour schedule, I knew that if the weather cooperated, I could stay shallow all season and be competitive," notes the Florida pro.

Now, with just two Tour events to go at Lake Chickamauga and the Potomac River, Cox is looking forward to the heart of the summertime Tour swing and the start of ledge-fishing season, and he's about to find out just how far his skinny-water gamble will take him.
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