"Cast past small open areas and bounce the worm through." - Got it. All open areas or is it better to concentrate near banks, under trees, center of the lake??
"Once the weeds grow tall enough to form a mat on the surface, it's a blast to bounce Senkos across the top and watch 'em come up through the weeds." - Anything to aim for, or just blast everything?
Is there any rhyme or reason to choosing a bait? Worm, lizard, crawfish, other plastic? Buzz, popper, crank, etc.? So far in the places I've fished, weedless plastics are pretty much the only option.
I have heard that lizards eat bass eggs and that bass can be very aggressive during the spawn to lizards...is that true?
Is it important to use a hefty line while fishing in thick weeds? It seems getting broken off could be very easy.
I don't know if I'll need to worry about this, but is there any way to predict what depth to fish at, other than trial and error?
That's enough for now.