When most people think of fishing they think of a bass boat out on a lake...but not us.
We fish wherever there is water, whether it be in ditches, backyard ponds, and even little kid pool's. You don't have to go out to a lake to fish. With all the irrigation systems that are in cities, it's a thriving habitat for bass and perch and with just a rod and some hot dogs we'll rip out more bass in an hour then some anglers will in a day out on a lake. The biggest bass I've caught in a ditch was a three pound largemouth. For a ditch that's pretty darn big. That being said we do fish in some pretty cool private lakes and in the Pine Island Bayou but most of the time we have more success in the ditches!
Ditches everywhere are stocked full of bass and perch. Once they get into a ditch, many have spots where there is two-three feet of standing water and the bass will breed in that spot. The bass will eat perch, which perch survive just about anywhere so the bass will always have a plentiful food supply.