Many anglers are afraid to go out in the middle of the day in Summer. The heat gets so intense it can be really uncomfortable but the same scenario that keeps you away makes the bass bite like clockwork. Once you understand how to use shadows to your advantage, you can catch bass everywhere you go.

Matt shows us how you can take the shadow pattern and apply it to shallow bass with a frog, punch rig, and senko. Then he turns around the same day and shows how you it can be done with a jig, a worm, and a deep crankbait. It really is that easy! You have to get out and do some bass fishing before the dog days of Summer come to an end.

Below is a breakdown of the baits, including colors, that Matt used in the video. We’ve also linked all 6 rods he had rigged on deck.

The baits…

Frog- Jackall Kaera: (Glitter Bluegill)

Punch- Strike King Rage Craw: (Junebug)

Senko- Yamamoto 6″ Senko: (Green Pumpkin/watermelon Laminate)

Jig- Dirty Jigs 1/2 oz Pitchin’ Jig: (Go To)

Jig Trailer- Reaction Innovations Sweet Beaver: (Green Pumpkin Red Flake)

Worm- NetBait T-Mac 6.5″: (Junebug)

Shaky Head- Dirty Jigs Canterbury 1/4 oz:

Crankbait- Strike King 6XD: (Chartreuse Sexy Shad)

The Rods For Each Bait…

Frog- Shimano Expride 7’3″ XH:

Punch- Shimano Expride 7’11” XH:

Senko- Megabass Levante Perfect Pitch:

Jig- Megabass Orochi XX Braillist:

Worm- G Loomis NRX 852C JWR:

Crank- Shimano Zodias 7’6″ MH Glass:

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