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November 26, 2018

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Bill Wilhite

Nice post and pictures. So for someone unfamiliar with the breaks, breaklines and structure on our local lakes, is it advisable to idle around until you can find those areas on your electronics?

Big Indiana Bass

If you know what you're looking for, then yes. Otherwise, it seems like the other good areas are deep water banks with fallen trees, often fishing out off the deepest ends of them (technically they are 'breaks'). They are a little easier to visually identify just idling along the right shorelines.

Good to hear from you, Bill! Hope you've been doing well.

Bill Wilhite

Thanks, Brian. I've spent the last couple of years fishing at Table Rock Lake. I'm back in Indiana now and looking forward to fishing the local lakes.

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