That first cast a smooth underhand pitch with a Pumpkin Big Jig and a brown grub trailer. The bait slides into the water with hardly a splash, slides down the old log, and TIC the line jumps and bait swims to the side you set hard and a fat 5lb bass fish breaks water what a feeling
There are times when I want to specialize my spinnerbait presentation in a way that isn't very popular. I like to go shallow and slow. The way I see it, a bass sees dozens of spinnerbaits fly by his face, "ticking the tops of the weeds", looking for the reaction strike in the course of his life. I want my bait to crawl by making a lot of noise to show him something different.