On my latest trip to Hungary I had a chance to fish for bass by flipping technique. This includes probing the shoreline cover with a bait on a sinker, placing super precise and quiet casts to specific targets and dropping the bait right into the bass’ head making him react and take the bait right away!
In this scenario you are not looking at the fish, but an underwater view is really important for noticing little and not so obvious features below the surface that could hold bass. Lenz’ Tay shades are awesome for this. Polarized brown shades work great for a bit stained water with simply amazing contrast.