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Can you catch fish in a muddy river?

Asked: karpiorze&kleniorze, Last Updated:

Muddy Water is Great for Bass Fishing. Most anglers I talk to are frustrated at best by muddy water. Some just avoid it altogether, but the entire food chain of the river is activated when the water is muddy, so the bass fishing can be great.

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