Grass is arguably one of the most important elements of a good fishery. Almost any time of year, if you find grass, you find bass. Fish gravitate to and thrive in it because it not only provides shelter for them, but it shelters the forage they eat and helps ensure the survival of their fry. Imagine, then, that you're on a hot grass bite one week, and the next week, all the grass is gone. That's the subject of this recent post on Bassresource.com, in which the poster complains that he was having trouble finding bass after his favorite beds had been sprayed and eradicated. It's a pretty poignant subject, as spraying happens often in many parts of the country. So, whether the grass is gone from the entire fishery, or just a small portion of a body of water, what should you do next if this happens to you?