I thought it was a pretty good article... however I think he should have added a line or bar graph depicting the relationship between each pro's depth to clarity numbers so we could visually compare the three instead of having to re-read the article
As for fishing tips give on how pros read the water:
If your ever forced to fish muddy water first determine the clarity/visablity of the water using a white lure. and select a lure that will run between the point at which you lose site of your lure and the bottom......Using bright colored lures, large lures that displace alot of water and noisey lures will help the fish find/see you presentaion in the turbit water, start by fishing shoreline /cover on the suuny side of the lake where light penatration will be the deepest .
One thing that he did not mention , or I missed when reading the article was that Bass that live in turbit waters year round learn to adapt to their surrounding by using there lateral lines as there eyes ( they relate to the sound/vibration rather then sight ) and can be caught in and around the same areas bass relate to in clear water
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