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The #1 Lure For Summer Bass Fishing!

The #1 Lure for Summer bass fishing! Summer bass fishing can be tough as the fish move deep and scatter out but it is one of my favorite times to fish. The dropshot rig is probably one of the best summer bass fishing baits ever as it catches all species in any type of cover. Learn how to fish the dropshot rig for bass in today’s video and my favorite way to fish it for largemouth bass.

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  1. Casting a weedless ewg on DS is fast becoming my most confidence bait. Robo worm in bold bluegill. I actually use one of the decoy ewg dropshot hooks that works like a dream.

  2. Nathan, I fast forwarded a little only to find it was about the drop shot and then I watched from the start! I love drop shot fishing. I got 15 on the DS today and lost a few more. My go to at my place is a watermelon seed Zoom 4" worm with a 1/8 ounce weight. I have that color worm but, my fish don't want it. Also, I ditched the weedless setup for the exposed hook even though my place has some grass. I feel like I don't miss many bites with the hook exposed and, if I have to remove a little grass so be it. I've picked up some important tips, like dragging the bait to make it swim out catches them 10:1 over shaking the worm, using Elaztech baits gets me fewer bites as I believe the fall and rise of the worm is crucial and snapping the worm a couple of times upward triggers them like nothing else. I had so many bites after snapping the bait up twice and letting the worm fall. They love the fall! Anyway, great video and, I have some of that colored 6" Strike King worms you can have. I'll stay with my watermelon seed! LOL

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