In Part Two, Bassmaster Elite and PAA pro Aaron Martens of Leeds, Alabama shares his approach to using 10 lb braided line with and without leaders in different situations on tour.
Bassmaster Elite Series and PAA pro Aaron Martens of Leeds, Alabama stops by to talk about spinning. In Part One, he discusses why you should become fluent in spinning, the strengths of spinning and what line and tackle you should use when spinning.
In Part Three, PAA pro Mike DelVisco of Dandridge, Tennessee discusses the Hula jig, the Hair jig and specific techniques and fishing locations that work best with each of the those jig styles. Mike wraps up his three-part series with the specs on which rods, reels and line to use with each of his seven different and deadly jig styles.
In Part Two, DelVisco covers all aspects of the football jig, the swim jig and specific techniques and fishing locations that work best with each of those jig styles. DelVisco also covers skirt and trailer color coordinations. Please enjoy and make sure you check out Part One and Part Three (coming next) too.
In Part One, PAA pro Mike DelVisco covers three of his seven deadly jig styles – the casting jig, the finesse jig and the micro jig. He covers all aspects of these three jigs including specific techniques and fishing locations that work best with each style.
Bass fishing fans can also be active players. They can own all of the gear the pros own and fish the same waters as the pros. They also can serve as volunteer judges for the Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC) each year. Those who served as a judge at the 2014 TTBC recently had the opportunity to fish together in a special TTBC Judge’s Tournament.
In Part One, PAA pro Greg Vinson of Alabama urged us to head for the backs of creeks for water with cooler temperature and higher dissolved oxygen during the dog days of summer to catch quality bass. In Part Two, Greg discusses how he catches those dog day bass, including a rundown of the specific lures and rod/reel/line set-ups that work best in these areas.