One of my favorite fishing techniques for catching pre spawn bass is flipping – whether it’s flipping docks, punching mats, pitching jigs – fishing for bass in heavy cover as they move up to spawn can lead to giant fish and be a fun technique for catching fish. In this video my friend @phytobedo break down some tips for catching late winter pre spawn bass in heavy cover flipping and pitching.
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In this fishing video I test a Ned Rig technique where no pro would fish it to catch bass on Lake Kissimmee prior to the Major League Fishing Toyota Series event. We learn what some of the winning baits, lures, and fishing techniques will be for the event. Lake Toho, Kissimmee, and whole chain hold some giant bass and allow anglers to use a wide range of fishing techniques toe catch bass. 1 of the coolest way we tried in this video is taking a Ned Rig and using it in heavy cover where no pro would throw it.
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I caught the bass of a lifetime in the last video – my pb over 13. There were a lot of questions in the comments about rod and reel setup, crankbaits, and other aspects of this pre spawn fishing technique to fish for bass. In this video we talk about pre spawn crankbait fishing for bass moving up to spawn. It is a great way to catch fish on any lake or pond both in numbers and some of the biggest bass of the year!
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I caught my PB bass of a lifetime – a 13+ huge fish on a crankbait fishing pre spawn bass in clear water. It was an awesome life experience to capture on camera and be able to share on the YouTube channel – epic and unbelievable!!!
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There is only one Chatterbait trailer you need for pre spawn bass fishing. The soft plastic Komodo acts like a swimbait, a creature bait, and a fluke style lure all in one when rigged up with a Chatterbait or Thunder Cricket. The tight action makes it perfect for pre spawn bass fishing as fish move up from winter to spawn. This is my bait review of the Gambler Lures Komodo.
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