Four Fishing Tips For Choosing A Grub
- To fish with a grub it is best to use a pflueger spinning reel with a 6-8 pound monofilament line that’s abrasion resistant. Next choose your grub size. A 4 inch grub is considered to be the gold standard according to many bass anglers.
- When fishing in clear and cold water (45 degrees) use a slender ribbon-tail grub. These grubs have a high visibility level and bass are able to spot them more easily.
- If the water temperature is in the low 60’s and is stained chose a shad-tail. The tail causes commotion as it is reeled. These grubs hit the water fast because they are heavier in weight. Shad-tail can also be used in a heavy current.
- When fishing for schooling bass, try using a spear-tail. Spear-tails have flat tails and hardly any vibration. However, their high-speed fluttering actions seem to set off schooling smallmouth bass.
10:13 am | by Terry
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