As we all know, tube baits are excellent lure for both largemouth and smallmouth bass. You can improve the lure with one simple modification. Most manufacturers put too many “tentacles” on the bait, prohibiting them from their full range of motion. When you take it out of the package, remove 6-8 tentacles from the bait, and try to space them out. This will allow the remaining tentacles to move freely in the water, giving more life to the bait
When fishing suspending jerk baits in the spring, most baits require some tuning before they will work effectively. Most suspending baits will actually float to the surface when taken out of the package. A simple solution to this problem is the application of “suspend dots or strips”. They can be order through most bass fishing Read More…
If you want to give bass a different look while using a buzz bait, try replacing the skirt with a tube or even a soft, plastic minnow bait. This will give the buzz bait a more minnow-like apperance and should give you a few more strikes. just remember to hang on!
The effectiveness of the Yamamoto Senko is no secret, however at approximately 75 cents each, the can put a quick dent in your wallet. When the end you rig them in becomes too torn to use, rig them through the opposite end – they are equally effective, and will now last twice as long