I rounded the corner and there he stood, posturing like a human version of a great blue heron. Power Poles down and eyes fixed on the shallows, Todd Driscoll was clearly on point. There was a bass tending a nest down there and the angler was watching the fish closely to get a read on its mood.

“Probably a 3- to 4-pound male,” Driscoll said. “He’s not locked on, but he keeps circling back. He’s getting pretty agitated.”

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