Matt takes you out for a day on Clearlake throwing an underspin. With water levels receeding the fishing is more difficult than normal so Matt abandons his typical power techniques in favor of a small under spin. The results speak for themselves!
Matt Allen Swimbait Head:
Add on Blades:
Owner Flashy Swimmer:
3.3 and 4.8 Keitech Swimbaits:
Finesse Underspin Setup…
Rod- Shimano Zodias 7′ Medium Spinning:
Reel- Stradic CI4+ 2500:
Line- 10 lb Power Pro Braid:
Leader- 8 lb Maxima:
Full Size Underspin Setup…
Rod- Dobyns 784:
Reel- Curado 200I:
Line- 65 lb Braided Line:
Leader- 20 lb Maxima Ultragreen:
Bass fishing with an underspin is a great way to catch bass when conditions get tough. If you were on a spinnerbait or crankbait bite and the conditions get tougher consider switching to an underspin.
The key is the combination of swimbait and flashing blade. The blade causes the lure to stand out from the shad or other baitfish so the bass are more likely to eat it. If you haven’t fallen in love with the underspin, now is your time!
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