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 the structural contours of the shoreline as roadways to assist in their movements between deep and shallow water areas…

In this video, Elite Series Pro Aaron Martens explains his approach to fishing shoreline contours with crankbaits to connect with transitioning bass…

As Aaron suggests be sure to follow the contours and maintain your boat position to enhance your cool-cold water crankbait fishing success!

Oh and of course … “never throw a worm if the bass are biting crankbaits” 😉


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