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MICRO SWIMBAIT Fishing for Deep Winter BASS

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Published on Jan 16, 2020

This is one cool swimbait technique for targeting winter bass in cold water. Using a bass head jig with a light wire hook and screw lock you tread on 3.5" or less swimbaits. In the video we caught most of our bass in deep clear water using the Scottsboro Tackle hand poured lure in a Dirty Hitch color pattern. It's important to use a little lighter fishing rod for this technique as well - I like a 7' M bait caster or a 7' M spinning rod if I'm using a jig 1/4 oz or less. If you have super cold water temperatures or just ultra pressured fishing and need a finesse tactic that covers water, this technique might be the ticket.

What swimbaits, jigs, and fishing rods were we using?

Scottsboro Tackle Swimbait 3.5" http://bit.ly/2ubOomr

Ball Head Finesse Swimbait Jig http://bit.ly/2QdLar8

12lbs Red Label Flourocarbon http://bit.ly/2Fsx0gk

7' Medium Action Fishing Rod http://bit.ly/2XtMvKS

Mega Bass Spark Shad Micro Swimbait http://bit.ly/2QjQvOa

My C Map http://bit.ly/2HTgx4D

TZ Micro Swimbait http://bit.ly/2SM3Xv5

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