Seth Feider is living the dream, or so he hopes.
“Today is way more ideal for what I want to do,” he said on LIVE. “It’s textbook grass flipping weather.”
Indeed. The post-front conditions are producing the slick, calm and sunny conditions that bass favor for hiding in vegetation.
This time yesterday, Feider had about 18 pounds in his livewell. Today, only 10 pounds is on board.
“I’m outta here dude,” he added.
Outta here means heading to the main lake, where the bigger fish await in his areas. Feider has been starting on the north end, where the grass is dense, where he fills a limit before heading south for the quality bite. The bites in the sparser grass are fewer, but bigger, making it worth the risk.