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- Due to frequent river level changes bass move more frequently in rivers than in lakes.
- Bass tend to spawn on sandbars that have minimal current.
- Fish creeks that flow into rivers. They hold more bass due to less current.
- Bass will hold along edges of creek mouths flowing into the river to wait for bait to swim by.
- If you fish a river that overflows into backwaters, many bass will move to these waters as they provide an excellent source of food and protection.