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Tips ,How to Fish a Worm for more and bigger Bass!



This is my brand new “tips and Techniques ” series where I’ll give all the “how to” and ABC’s to help you catch More and Bigger Bass! This week it’s all about Worm fishing and I’m covering the best of the best tips! I’m positive that this comprehensive approach will help you a lot! Thanks for watching!

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  1. Thanks for all the great tips Roland! Not sure if you remember I actually put out a car fire at your house off 39th about 10 years ago. I work for GNFD-I believe it was a workers or house keepers car right in front of your shop. The individual there only cared that your shop was ok. So we had to ensure that there was no fire exposure to the structureโ€ฆ anyways you have an awesome shop and probably the most rods Iโ€™ve ever seen anyone have lol. I see why they were so concerned. Glad we were able to extinguish the fire and save the mini bass pro shop you got going on there!! ๐Ÿ˜Š
    Hey happy fishing and keep up with the videos there great!!

  2. I just wanted to thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us less knowledgeable anglers out there. My personal best bass was only about 1.5 lbs. After watching your videos, I went out to try senko fishing. My first fish was 2.5 lbs. My personal best! My next fish was 3.5 lbs. A new PB! I then caught some smallmouth that went a couple of pounds each. Man this senko stuff works! In the end, after two days of fishing I caught 17 largemouth, and Two smallmouth. The two biggest were 4lbs, and 5lb 16oz. I always figured that I would never be a good bass fisherman, but thanks to you I now have a chance at the big ones. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Please keep these videos coming

  3. No weight on the worm when itโ€™s not windy.
    We have thunder right now. But when itโ€™s over Iโ€™m going in the canoe and catch bass.
    I was taught always fish worms with a weight. No I know better

  4. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I have been watching you my entire life. I couldn't wait for your show to come on. I'm so glad your are still teaching us and your sharing your knowledge with a new generation. Thank you sir your a living legend.

  5. You're a great teacher Sir … You definitely have a gift…thanks for the info…I really like your videos. I watch a bunch of fishing videos and yours are always top notch stellar.

  6. Roland is definitely a legend without a doubt I'm a big fan of him and Scott both. I have always loved bass fishing but I've gotten into it very much the past year or two and I finally have gotten some nice bass thanks to Roland and Scott's tips on worm fishing !!! Thanks Roland

  7. Mr. Martin, I'm a die hard fan of your helicopter lure. I saw that you made a new & improved one. Wondering on where can I get the new version?
    If at all possible, I'm from up North, Canada.
    Thank you

  8. I went out today after long stents saltwater fishing and changed it up doing some bass fishing today for the first time with a green watermelon seed worm and caught 5 bass all because of the knowledge this man has gave me.
    A absolute LEGEND of bass fishing I might even go ahead and start using the helicopter lure. No fluke I remember I had 5 minutes to fish in a canal when I was a kid made one cast and a giant large mouth hit the helicopter.

  9. Roland is THE cosumate master fisherman, and an amazing teacher at 81 years old ! His jubilant grateful attitude has kept him young for his years and we all can learn from that!

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