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August is always one of the toughest times for finding and catching bass. The water is hot and the bass are stressed. Some schools a bass are following the hearing others are scattered on long points near brush piles in 15 to 25 foot a few might be on the bottom and several may be suspended nearby. Keep in mind they’re scattered, they are slow to bite most of the time and can be sensitive to any forward shooting sonar like my active target. A variety of baits need to be on hand small swim baits underspins small spoons, bladed, baits and drop shot, top water baits like the Zara spook or a Ware Eagle Buzz Bait should always be on hand for the early bite and schoolers. Don’t forget to try some top water in pockets for the bream Bed bite. Stay hydrated. Good luck Capt. Rick. @RickMorrisFishing.Com, @MercuryMarine.com, #Goboldly, #Power-Pole, #GammaFishing, #Lowrance, #FalconBassBoats, #WarEagleLures, #Costa, #LewsFishing, #RPMCustomRods.