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SWIMBAIT Fishing around GRASS and PRESSURED Bass (Power Finesse Technique)

Spring SWIMBAIT Fishing around GRASS and PRESSURED Bass (Power Finesse Technique) – This technique works really well in the spring or summer around pressured bass. This is a power finesse technique that allows you to fish multiple water columns and also catch bass in 3 different stages (pre spawn, spawn and post spawn). A texas rigged Swimbait works really good around grass because it’s weedless, but can also be fished around rock and wood. Thanks for riding along

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  1. I about cried on Sunday i honestly fell to my knees. That fish was over 7 for sure. I was pulling for you Jason that was a tournament winner but to see you smiling at that weigh in made me feel a bit better about my fantasy team. I had you locked! But hey theres always Sabine!!…or St.Clair!!🤷❤️🐟🤘😎

  2. 3 things I always have ready a swimbait, swim jig, and a bladed jig. Then I always have a spinnerbait in the tackle bag trailer on and ready to be tied on all because of what I’ve learned watching you. Thanks for making us better fishermen Mr. Christie!

  3. Swim jigs are my personal confidence baits always tied on and throwing or ready to go. Ponds to lakes hard to beat a swim jig top to bottom as versatile as any bait there is

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