Take a look at this dude’s boat in the photo. I bet your saying, “that’s a little too much,” right? Well, part of me is saying the same thing, mostly because I know I would never put that kind of effort into planting brush. But, then I asked myself an important question: Have I ever fished a brush pile where I felt it was a complete waste of my time? The answer for me was no. I’m betting it’s the same for you. In fact, when I’m fishing a big brush pile, regardless of the location, I’m intensely ready to set the hook at any time because deep down I know big things can happen on any brush pile at any time. Therefore, I actually admire this guy, because at the end of the day I truly respect the work that he’s willing to put into creating more fishy habitat. Piling mountains of brush all at once on your truck and boat may not be the most conventional way of doing the work, but heck, he’ll be setting the hook on some nice ones out of that stuff at some point while I’m looking for where he planted it all.