There’s one right there!We have got a real one right here boys andgirls. Oh Ya! I’m so Nervous. It’s a big white one. A brand new one that just come up for thespring. Come here to me. I like getting thesebig ones with a crankbait on light line. Justgot to take your time. Looky there. Are youdone? Give me my shad rap. Oh Ya! That’s whatwe’re talking about. That fish there you can see how he is kindof pale in color. Now this is like the thirdday of sunlight we’ve had and he’s just comeup from that deep water. It’s a Pretty anda clean fish. Beautiful fish. We got to catchseveral like this today. Come on lil feller! He’s kind of dark looking. He has been up shallow for a little longerthan those other ones. Not a real big onebut lets see if we can catch us another one. Lets see if we can catch us a bigger one. He was right against the bank. A lot of times this time of year I think itcan be important or just as important as choosingthe right vibrating or wobbling crankbait;is paying attention to your casts. Cause whatyou’ll have is a lot of times you get thesewarm sunny days and these fish will get upreal shallow. A lot of times we’ll be backedoff the bank in 5-6-7-8-10 feet of water andwe have a tendency to make our casts out heretrying to fish our crankbaits out deeper. What happens a lot of the time is you getthese warm days and those fish will get upin the first foot or two from the bank tocatch that warm sunlight up against thoserocks. So pay attention and try to make sureyou make your casts as close to the bank. Nowthat one there I missed the bank by a couplefeet. But you really want to pay attentionto make sure you make your cast all the wayto the bank because some days that can bethe difference in catching 2 or 3 bass oreven 15 or 20 bass. I’ve noticed that especiallyas you get later in the day a lot of the timesthe fish will get shallower. We might startout early in the morning catching them offthe bank and a lot of times all the fish dois they get right up there against the bank. When you first start reeling you can kindof hold your rod tip up like this so you’recrankbaits not digging in the rocks as hard. Then as you come off the bank you can startto bring that rod tip down. But that’s onething I’ve noticed that a lot of times you’vegot to make sure you pay attention and throwyour crankbait all the way to the bank anda lot of times that’s the difference betweencatching a bunch of fish or no fish. Not very big, but we got one. He just barelygot the back hook. The fish are still a littlecold and not getting the bait real good. Maybehere in the next hour it will warm up andthey’ll bite it a little better.