Spring is supposed to be easy but getting those first few fish can be tough! Matt and Tim show you the method they use to find bass quickly and efficiently so no time is wasted during your day on the water.
The key is using baits that get bit consistently but that can also be fished very quickly through likely areas. You don't want to fish too fast and miss opportunities but you also can't afford to slowly work each location hoping to run across active fish.
Here are Matt's Bait picks...
Deep Water Jerkbait- Staysee 90: http://bit.ly/2dBzMmz
(Try American Shad or Aurora Black)
Shallow Water Jerkbait- Jackall Rerange: http://bit.ly/2ge0qED
(Try HL Hasu or HL Silver Shad)
Rattling Squarebill- River2Sea Biggie Poppa: http://bit.ly/2ahCzvo
(Try Cold Blooded or Rooster)
Creature Bait- Strike King Game Hawg: http://bit.ly/2pfGxir
Finesse Worm- Roboworm 6" Fat Worm: http://bit.ly/2awYSxM
Here are Tim's Bait Picks...
Glidebait- S-Waver 168: http://bit.ly/2aiu8Sh
(Try Light Trout Color)
Alabama Rig- Flash Mob Jr.: http://bit.ly/2bgDGNu
Heads- Matt Allen Swimbait Head: http://bit.ly/29RrTYN
Baits- 4.8 Keitech Fat Swing Impact: http://bit.ly/2ab7s8v
There are a lot of different ways to catch fish in Spring but the ultimate goal is to maximize your time on the water. The faster you can locate productive areas with active schools of fish, the better your overall fishing experience will be. While many baits will work, these are the baits we rely on.
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