Early-spring bass migrate to shallower water. To find them, start with the warmest parts of the lake, like northeast coves, which receive the most sunlight throughout the day. For an effective presentation try a lipless crankbait replicating shad or red crayfish, like a Jackall TN-60. Try to match the main forage and water clarity. As for your presentation, start with either a slow and steady retrieve or yo-yoing, which consists of a steady lift-and-fall action imitating crayfish scurrying along the bottom or baitfish dying. With the right cadence you’ll catch some bass!