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What areas hold the most trophy bass potential for swimbaits?

Based on the video context provided, areas with the highest potential for trophy bass when using swimbaits are typically main lake points, secondary points, deep boat docks, bluff banks, steep banks, submerged timber, and areas with a mix of cover. These areas provide the bass with the opportunity to come up on the bait from different directions, such as from the bottom, sides, or top, making it more likely to catch bigger fish.

In the video "3 Tricks To Catching Bass With BIG Swimbaits" by Intuitive Angling With Randy Blaukat, he mentions that fishing swimbaits around main lake or secondary steeper points is where he has had the most success with big swimbaits. He explains that these areas allow the bass to come at the swimbaits from all four different directions, increasing the chances of catching larger fish.

Additionally, in the video "Why Big Swimbaits Are Ignored By Average Anglers And Used By Pros" by Intuitive Angling With Randy Blaukat, he mentions that gradual sloping points that drop off into deeper water, whether they be secondary points or main lake points, tend to hold bigger fish, particularly during the pre-spawn and post-spawn periods. These are also good areas to fish with big swimbaits.

It's important to note that the specific areas where trophy bass can be found may vary depending on the location and the time of year. Different bodies of water and regions may have their own unique hotspots for big bass. It's always a good idea to do some research or consult with local experts to find the best areas for trophy bass in your specific fishing location.

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