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[NEWS]Go with Gizzards for Big Fall Bass
« on: November 23, 2016, 06:00:13 PM »

Go with Gizzards for Big Fall Bass

Nomadic in nature, gizzard shad seem to be more unpredictable, but they're hardier and not nearly as wind-influenced as the smaller threadfin shad. Bolton says the common gathering areas include shallow wood, stumps, boulders and anything that holds the algae on which they feed.
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