Click here to continue 1 / 6 Launching in a small tributary off the Flint River, shoal bass are on the agenda. 2 / 6 David Jones is the first to find success, catching a 15 3/4-inch shoalie on a bladed jig in a deep hole. 3 / 6 Its love for hanging in fast running shoals is how the shoal bass earned its name. Fishing craws and spinnerbaits through the rapids are good techniques. 4 / 6 James Hall caught this 14 1/2-inch shoal bass by drifting a craw through shoals into a small eddy. 5 / 6 The tributary featured this waterfall just below the eddies. Chris Horton parked the kayak and fished the lower portion without luck. 6 / 6 With the shoal bass checked off the BASS Slam list, kayaks were lowered down the falls and loaded for the next leg of the adventure.