Dakota Ebare on how to fine-tune your boat position when dock fishing - Major League Fishing
Dakota Ebare on how to fine-tune your boat position when dock fishing
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Dakota Ebare on how to fine-tune your boat position when dock fishing

January 19, 2023 • Bass Pro Tour

Learn how Mercury pro Dakota Ebare uses his Power-Poles to increase his efficiency around docks. His smart strategy allows the Texas pro to be stealthier and more productive when he’s on a dock bite.