Different Spinnerbait Blade Types

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Many new bass anglers have trouble understanding spinnerbait blades and when to use the different types of blades.

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Though there are several different types of spinnerbait blades available, most spinnerbaits are built using one of the three main blade types including the:

    • Colorado blade (cold or dirty water where more vibration needed);
    • Indiana blade (the “in-between” blade choice); or
    • Willow Leaf blade (clear water, less vibration)…

In the following video, Elite Bass Pro, Bernie Schultz provides a quick overview on spinnerbait blades and conditions for selecting one over theĀ others…

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Bottom Fluttering Chatterbaits

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Chatterbaits, A.K.A. bladed swim jigs, are probably best known as a cool water bait or one that is most effective when fishing around submerged vegetation…

bottom fluttering chatterbaits

When used around soft forms of cover, many if not most bass anglers employ a straight or pulsed retrieve in the upper to Continue reading

Why Crawfish Change Colors

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Most of us have walked the shorelines of our local pond and streams, flipped over a few rocks then suddenly see a crawfish or two scurry away.

why crawfish change colors

When that happened, did you ever notice that the color patterns of the different crawfish are often different?

I know I have & always thinking it was simply a Continue reading

Crank the Contours for Transitioning Bass

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Anytime you are bass fishing during a cool/cold water transition period, focusing your presentations on the right type of structure and cover will help you catch more bass…

cranking the contours for bass

During these transitions, bass often use Continue reading