Grub Tackle and Retrieves Part II


The dart and the drop are two other retrieves used by bass anglers.  Once again the angler will need his best spinning reel with light line.  Both of these retrieves are used out in open water.  The dart is a retrieve used to catch schooling bass.  In this retrieve, the anglers cast the grub just ahead of the school bass and let the grub sink about a foot.  Next the angler pops the rod tip, so the grub will dart out and catch the attention of the schooling bass.  The angler can repeat this action again if it did not trigger a reaction from the bass.

Another retrieve used is the drop.  This retrieve is used by sloping structures such as steep points, bluffs, and chunk-rock channels.  The angler positions his/her boat in front of the sloping structure.  The next step is to cast the grub near the structure.  Then wait for it to land in the water and pop the rod tip.  Just before the grub hits the water, it is popped up again.  When it lands in the water the second time, remember to let the grub sink a little farther into the water.  The angler continues with this action until the grub is by the boat.  When the line twitches or jumps, the angler sets the hook for the bass.

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