The trick to catching jerkbait fish in cold water is retrieve speed. The bass are lethargic but will still react to a suspending jerkbait worked very slowly. Most of the baits on the market simply do not work in cold water because they don’t suspend consistently. Today Matt is using the Megabass Vision 110, 110+1, and 110+2 to cover a variety of depth ranges. The key to these baits is their balance and ability to perfectly suspend which allows Matt to leave the baits paused above the fish for long periods. 

The jerkbait is a deadly bait  from Fall all the way through Spring. If your water has at least a foot of visibility and your bass are shallower than 18-20 feet, there is the potential for a jerkbait bite. Below is a breakdown of the baits, colors, and equipment that Matt was using to catch the fish in today’s video. 

The Baits… 

-Megabass Vision 110: http://bit.ly/2j31TKb

(Killer Kawaguchi, Ito Clear Laker, GP Pro Blue)

-Megabass Vision 110+1: http://bit.ly/2iGYOCX

(GP Pro Blue 2, Mat Shad)

-Megabass Vision 110+2: http://bit.ly/2BLQIBA

(MB Gizzard, Elegy Bone)

Matt’s Favorite Jerkbait Combo… 

Rod- Shimano Expride 6’10” Medium: http://bit.ly/2nTq9FL

Reel- Aldebaran 50 MGL HG: http://bit.ly/2uQ4oH8

Line- Sunline Assassin 10 lb Fluorocarbon: http://bit.ly/2h4LNjm

Other Great Jerkbait Rods… 

-Megabass Destroyer Oneten Special: http://bit.ly/2wVOSbY

-Megabass Orochi XX 6’11” Jerkbait Special: http://bit.ly/2OSVNwH

-G Loomis IMX Pro 812 JBR: http://bit.ly/2QurcHi

-St. Croix Bass X 6’8″ medium: http://bit.ly/2r0xWAs

-Shimano SLX 6’10” Medium: http://bit.ly/2L3wppO





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