Fluke Fishing Tricks You Have To Try!

Soft Jerkbaits are one of the most versatile lures you can use to catch bass! Most people Texas rig them and while that works great, we've discovered a new way to rig them that is even more effective! Watch this underwater GoPro footage of the bass eat flukes and we're sure you'll agree!

Our finesse jerkbait method allows you to hook fish more effectively and also allows you to use lighter line to catch pressured bass. This method has been extremely effective for us and we're confident it will help you improve your fishing as well. 

Jerkbait fishing is great for catching bass throughout the year. Its so versatile because you can fish it aggressively as a topwater, moderately as a soft jerkbait, or ultra slow like a weightless senko or on a Carolina Rig. Combine it with this new rigging method and its sure to help you load the boat this year!

Gear Used In This Video...

Zoom Super Fluke and Magnum Fluke: http://bit.ly/2aqys0H
Strike King Caffeine Shad: http://bit.ly/2jjyvzr

4/0 EWG Hook: http://bit.ly/2d07gvp
4/0 EWG Superline Hook: http://bit.ly/2ac92XG
1/0 and 3/0 Finesse Wide Gap Hook: http://bit.ly/2aKGmHM
Nail Weights: http://bit.ly/2iGNSFW

Camera Used: http://bit.ly/2dBKx8O

Preferred Casting Rod for standard rigging...
Rod: 7'6" 4 power Casting- http://bit.ly/2abq8nl
Reel: Curado 200- http://bit.ly/2acRpsK
Line: 50-65 lb braided- http://bit.ly/2ae93Ji
Leader: 15 lb- http://bit.ly/2ae97J9

Casting Rod for "Banjo" Style Rigging...
Rod: 7'2" Medium- http://bit.ly/2cgmMAe
Reel: Aldebaran- http://bit.ly/2fdX1Uy
Line: 30 lb Braided http://bit.ly/2ae93Ji
Leader: 10 lb- http://bit.ly/2ae97J9

Color Recommendations for Flukes... Albino, Green Pumpkin, Houdini, and White Pearl