On The Flipside — texas rig
Tips for Pitching and Flipping
Bass Fishing Flipping Pitching Pitching and Flipping Summer time Summertime Techniques texas rig Tungsten tungsten bullet weight Tungsten weight Tungsten worm weight
Pitching and flipping a soft plastic lure on a Texas rig or a jig are great techniques for catching largemouth bass. Though many anglers are already familiar with this process, there is always room for improvement, so this week we will be giving our tips on how to improve your pitching and flipping game. Tackle Selection These techniques usually rely on having a decent baitcasting reel, but the rest of your gear is going to depend on several factors. If you are pitching and flipping into heavy vegetation and cover, you'll likely want a heavier tungsten weight, stronger line such...
Summertime Bass Fishing
fishing tips fishing weight hot spinnerbait Summer time Summertime Techniques texas rig topwater Tungsten tungsten bullet weight Tungsten weight Tungsten worm weight
Summer months are arguably the toughest time of the year for bass fishing. As we head into the dog days of summer, we're going to talk about some of our favorite lures and techniques for putting bass in the boat during this hot and difficult time. BIG Worm on a Texas Rig. Throwing a 10" or longer worm can feel crazy. Pulling a lure of that size out of the package for the first time almost seems comical, but they absolutely catch hawgs during the summer. There are a few reasons that this technique works. For one thing, they...