Slow and steady

Gene Bishop is slowly drifting through a huge flat of pad stems. Other boats are either poled down working specific areas or on the trolling motor covering ground. Bishop is literally letting the wind blow him where it may. Every now and then, he'll bump his trolling motor when his boat starts to drift outside he pad stem line. He's slow rolling a lizard, letting it bump into and pull through the pad stems. This water is pretty muddy so what he's doing is hyper-finesse really. This is the type water where most anglers would pick up a spinnerbait or ChatterBait, but Bishop's just coasting along with his lizard.