Try These Swimbait Retrieves!

These are swimbait retrieves you need to try to help you catch more bass!

1) Dirty Jigs Matt Stefan Guppy Swimbait Jighead –
2) Berkley powerbait Power Swimmer 3.8 –

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  1. As a bank fishermen, I love your channel especially these retrieval videos of baits and lures I use. I have liked a few so far and plan on saving more. Thank you for a great channel and videos!

  2. You have to keep in mind the eye angle, head shape and weight. All three are super important! The eye angle dictates retrieve. The head shape dictates the way the water pushed over the tail. The weight dictates how fast or slow the movement, roll and tail action of the bait will be.

  3. Could you make a video on the fluke style worm..? And the ways that you can fish it? My favorite way to fix it is Neko style because I think the end of that worm is designed perfectly for a nail weight! But I think there are a lot more ways that you can fish that bait, drop shot style, the way that I just mentioned with a nail weight in the end fishing it Neko style.. but could you make a video on that particular one? Thanks

  4. Have you ever put a 3* or a 3.25 " swim bag, like some kind of ribbed swim bate kind of like a strike King paddle tail swimbait, and put a light bullet weight in front of it with your swimbait on a ewg style hook and fished it that way? Because I have caught them burning it like that and then stop the retrieve, and then let the bullet wait fall and it looks like that swimbait is chasing something to the bottom in a lot of times I will catch them on the fall as that swimbait is falling after that weight..

  5. Thanks Matt, definitely one of my weaker technics. I have 200$ worth of swimbaits and about 10 bass to talk about. I do vary retrieves but will give yours a try. Now show me how to hook a bass on a frog and I will hit the trail.

  6. I pair the Dirty Jigs Matt Stefan Guppy Swimbait Jig Head 1/8 oz 1/0 on a 2.8 Keitech Swing Impact FAT Swimbait on my Old 18 Suppressor – 7'0" Ultra Light Casting Mod-Fast rod pair with a Shimano Aldebaran BFS on 3lb Sunline Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon. The fight is absolutely orgasmic, LOL!!! BFS Rules!

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