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Ledet: Plan ‘B’ works for bass

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Jason Ledet, Director of Operations at Rolling Hills Ministries in Ruston, changed his fishing strategy to land the largest bass of his life and win an ABA tournament on Caney Lake recently. His bass tipped the scales at a whopping 11.06 pounds.

The trouble with some people is their determination to stick to an original plan in an endeavor in which they’re involved, even if the plan is not working. Successful people are able to abandon a plan that worked for them in the past for something different. Jason Ledet is such a person.

Fishing an American Bass Anglers (ABA) tournament on Caney Lake a couple of weeks ago, Ledet had found a pattern while pre-fishing the event that was producing some good bass. However, on tournament day, he couldn’t buy a bite.

I had been on the lake the week before and found the bass around stumps out on the flats. I caught several over the slot in 8-10 foot water on big plastic worms, crank baits and jigs. This is where I headed on the day of the tournament,” Ledet explained.

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