The biggest “tell” about how a bass will react to a bait is its dorsal fin. If that fin starts standing up or moving rapidly you know you’ve got a fish that’s fired up for a bait. If you make a change and the dorsal settles, its time for another switch. Its always best to have a variety of baits tied on and ready so you can adapt quickly to each fish’s temperament.
Some of our key baits for sight fishing (and fishing in general) are a dropshot worm, jig, small swimbait, and large swimbait. Below is a breakdown of the specific baits Tim is using in the video. Comment below and let us know what you learned from watching how these bass react.
Bait- Roboworm 6″ Fat Worm: http://bit.ly/2awYSxM
Hook- Owner Mosquito Light Size 2: http://bit.ly/2zQVKx3
Weight- Tungsten Dropshot 3/16 oz: http://bit.ly/2kppo3p
Jig- Z Man Micro Finesse Jig: http://bit.ly/2UcGaBP
Trailer- TRD CrawZ: http://bit.ly/2U9vx6P
Mattlures Hammer Tail Bluegill: http://bit.ly/2FsZhA3
Megabass Dark Sleeper 1/4 oz: http://bit.ly/2TyR1GT
Camera Used To Capture Footage…
GoPro Hero 7 Black: http://bit.ly/2RsLpjB
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