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In the context of fishing, "structure" refers to physical features or underwater formations in bodies of water that provide habitat, cover, and food sources for fish. Structure can include a wide range of natural and man-made elements, such as vegetation, rocks, fallen trees and logs, underwater ledges and dropoffs, sandbars, docks and bridges, piers, and artificial or natural reefs. Understanding and identifying structure is essential for successful fishing, as fish are often drawn to and congregate around these features to feed, seek shelter, and reproduce. Anglers use various fishing techniques and strategies to target fish associated with structure, such as casting lures or bait near submerged vegetation, fishing along rocky shorelines or drop-offs, or trolling around underwater reefs and fish attractors. By learning to recognize and effectively fish around different types of structure, anglers can increase their chances of locating and catching fish in both freshwater and saltwater environments. Structure plays a crucial role in fish behavior and distribution, and understanding its importance is key to becoming a successful angler.

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