A note from Zento Slinger:

“Big bass blitzing on bunkers are not easy to come by. Some seasons the timing can be like clockwork, others completely random. This was one of those random days, the tide was wrong, high sun, etc. Bass will fill up quickly on the bunker so timing them when they decide to gorge is tough. They have 24 hours to eat whenever they want… Being in the right place at the right time to find them doing it in broad daylight is hard to come by. This was one of those days where they fed inexplicably for a brief amount of time and shut off as quickly as they came up.”

Reel of the Week from Zento Slinger. Be sure to follow him on Instagram @zentosahn. Other anglers, Captain Mike Querfeld and Tommy Dzis.

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