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Question About Largemouth Behavior

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Hi folks, i've just registered to that forum that i've just discover. I'm a french canadian, coming from montreal, quebec, canada. thats forum looks so nice and seems to have a lot of good information about bass fishing.

Here's my question, regarding to what you know about largemouth bass behavior. We have a tournament on next saturday, on st louis lake which is a clear water lake that we can see in 6 to 8 feet of water. Here in quebec we are in postspwaned season, and last week we decide to get on the water to make some prospection. By the time we get in some spot that seem to be great, we found some largies in the weed in about 4 feet of water. here's the problem, the weather announce wind blowing off on our spot and rain is announced too,which will make the water turn to brown. And we also notice that when we saw those fish, the water was real calm and the fish were keeping n eye on them nest. So do you think the fish will just get a little bit deeper and will also keep and eye on there nest. Remember that if the water goes to brown, we won't be able to see in 2 to 3 feet of water.

thank you

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