This Finesse Fishing Trick Will Save Your Winter!

Struggling this Winter? Tried Everything and just can't catch a fish? There is a reason! This simple technique is going to make your life so much easier! 

If you're struggling to catch bass this Winter, odds are you're fishing too aggressively. The water has cooled down now, the baitfish are moving slower, and you need to follow suit. The key to Winter success if fishing SLOW. Slow is good, slower is better! 

In today's video we break down one of the most mentally taxing methods of bass fishing; dragging bottom. We explain the benefits of dragging and show a few fish catches from this past week to show its effectiveness. We're not trying to catch the biggest bass of the Winter with this technique but if you're struggling to get a bite, this will help. 

The baits...
Dry Creek 3.5" Tube:
2.8 Keitech Swimbait:
Roboworm 6" Fat Worm:
Reaction Innovations Flirt Worm:
Z-Man TRD Ned Worm:
Dirty Jigs 3/8 oz Finesse Jig:
Yamamoto Double Tail Grub:

The Hooks...
Matt's Preferred Tube Head:
Revenge Dart Hedz:
Owner Dart Head:
Shaky Head:
Ned Head:

Matt's Spinning Setup In This Video...

Rod- Zodias 6'8" Medium:
Reel- Shimano Ultegra 2500:
Line- 15 lb Sufix 832:
Leader- 6 lb Sunline Assassin:

Matt's Casting Setup for Dragging...
Rod- NRX 852C JWR:
Reel- Aldebaran 50:
Line- 15 lb Sufix 832:
Leader- 8 lb Maxima Ultragreen:

Budget-Friendly Setup...
Rod- Dobyns Fury Spinning 7' Medium:
Reel- Shimano Nasci 2500:
Line- 15 lb MaxCuatro:
Leader- 6 lb Maxima Ultragreen:

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