Sometimes reds can be piled up on one shoreline.
So how do you know you’re not missing that one shoreline?
Generally speaking, you should fish 100-200 yards of a shoreline before picking up and moving to another one in that pond.
You should pick up and leave when it’s clear you cannot get a good approach due to:
- really thick grass
- too shallow water
- not seeing any bait or fish activity at all
It’s a gamble between striking gold and saving time.
NOTE: You should have already watched the referenced video in this lesson, but here it is anyway for the sake of brevity: