Products Shown in this video...
-Dirty Jigs 3/4 oz. Canterbury Flippin Jig: http://bit.ly/2aUtZsG
-Dirty Jigs 1/2 oz. Pitchin Jig: http://bit.ly/2amL3of
-Green Pumpkin Red Flake Sweet Beaver: http://bit.ly/29W3RZW
-Green Pumpkin B Bug: http://bit.ly/2eri73g
Matt's Flippin' Setup...
Rod- Dobyns 746 Champ Ext XP: http://bit.ly/2ab2kRX
Reel- Curado 200: http://bit.ly/2acRpsK
Line-65 lb MaxCuattro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Leader-20 lb Maxima Ultragreen: http://bit.ly/2ae97J9
Tim's Pitchin' Setup...
Rod- 784 Champ Ex: http://bit.ly/2ab2kRX
Reel- Curado 70: http://bit.ly/2apmDJt
Line-50 lb PowerPro: http://bit.ly/2aFg46b
No Leader Used
As the Fall Transition occurs grass starts dying off in our lakes. Bass have a choice to either hold in the dying grass or run for hard cover. In this bass fishing video Matt explains that most bass will immediately pull to hard structure like rocks, laydown trees, stumps, etc.
This transition makes the largemouth bass very vulnerable to jig fishing. What was once an endless field of grass is now a shoreline dotted with obvious cover that will be holding all of the fish. You can break these areas down very quickly and effectively with a bass jig by flipping and pitching to each piece of structure that you come to.
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