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The # 1 technique during cold water on Toledo Bend is deep water structure with a Jig-N-Craw but it is followed closely by Deep Diving Crank Baits.

Why is this considering the cold water should have slowed them down to the point where they don't chase bait?

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Reaction bites happen year round, regardless of water temp..........Sometimes a slow moving bait doesnt excite a bass into biting, but a crankbait zipping by is too much for them to handle and they whack it!  ;D

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They do chase bait, just not every day.     A bass only needs to eat once a week once the waters dip into the low 50's.

The key to finding bass most of the year is staying on the baitfish, and winter time is the easiest time to track shad.

Second part of this is, it very normal for bass to be suspended in the winter, and cranks can be the easiest to keep in that zone.

Duece72 is dead on also.

Matt.

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