Quick Tip: Take Your ANGLR Bullseye Everywhere You Go
Here in Florida there is a lot of water. Way too much to fish in a lifetime, although I sure am trying. Most hold fish but there are some ponds and lakes that carry the big ones. And I mean pond bass that can easily reach double digits in size! You never know which ones they are until you have a look around.
I often drive around just to scout these ponds and see if its worth me coming back with a rod and reel. For example, on a recent trip I had about an hour to kill and decided to see where the bass might be bedding in the coming months on a pond I pass by quite often.
The bass were nowhere to be found because of a cold front that moved through Florida, but the water was gin clear and I can clearly see structure and areas where bedding would take place.
My ANGLR Bullseye was on my hat, as it always is, and I put it to good use.
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So, I proceeded down the bank marking waypoints of bedding areas with the ANGLR Bullseye and came across a huge log in the water. Marked! A deep hole? Marked! A shadow line made by overhanging trees? Marked!
I even marked a wooden bridge with loose boards. You don’t want to step on one and scare off the fish.
Every waypoint is then customized so that I know exactly why I marked it. In a few months, these waypoints will come in handy as I search for Big Momma during the spawn.
It’s a no brainer. Take your ANGLR Bullseye everywhere you go and never miss an opportunity to learn where the bass are.
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(I wonder if the Bullseye can help me remember where my favorite snacks are in the grocery store…)