Shaye Baker captured some really compelling footage of shad in motion on the Tennessee River this past weekend and wanted to share it with other avid anglers. His footage explains a lot about why fishing can get a little funny in the fall. We’ve often said that an overabundance of bait can force anglers to change their approach from the standard shad-mimicing lures. And here's why! Why would a bass go after our shad-mimicing lure among all these? They're gonna want something different--and you can show them that.