Finesse Fishing 101, Bass Fishing

Finesse Fishing 101, Bass Fishing Learn the proper way to fish light line and smaller lures. From drop shot, shaky head, ned rig, wacky rig, small jigs, spoons …



  1. Tino Diaz

    great video good info. had a question for you what would you suggest for some that wants to finesse fish such as drop shot for bass here in California, in Los Angeles county. I don't have a whole lot of money and in the process of moving but would like to invest in a decent drop shot set up. what would u suggest rod and reel, or rod and reel combos. price range, brands etc. if you can help me out I would greatly appreciate it. thank you in advance.

  2. Christopher Pettersen

    Great advice! Can you explain best way to set reel drag on a finess setup? I typically keep the drag set hard, specifically for hard hooksets. However, being new to finess techniques, I am under the impression to keep the drag light, to avoid line breakage and bending hooks out. I am having good sucess with this technique, but still leaning to tone it down.
    I tried to email you.

  3. ubb4me

    A lot of good information. I had to laugh when you hooked up a small piece of the roboworm and paired it with a small jig head. My brother and I were doing that 20 yrs ago when 4 inch worms were the fad. You left out tube lures which can also work well with a small jig head or drop shotted. Keep em coming, I like all the good info.

  4. blindbhet

    Nice video. Always wanted to add this technique to my repertoire. The drop shot instruction was very detailed. I am that "guy" who plucks the line. Any advice on how long you leave it in one spot before you retrieve?

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