Crash, bang and smash through shallow cover, alerting bass that an easy meal is approaching.
Flat-sided cranks do well in colder water because of their tighter wobble, and these warts have a narrow vibration.
A reel like this would be ideal for throwing anything from 1/4-ounce square bills to 1-ounce lipless crankbaits.
Daiwa claims these reels cut back on backlashes and reduce friction when casting thanks to a “T”-shaped line guide aperture.
The blades on the X-Rap Prop are counter-rotating, which means that one turns to the left and one turns to the right. Rapala says that these counteracting movements stabilize the bait in the water.
Berkley says that the Bottom Hopper has an enticing action thanks to enlarged tapered head and tail sections.
These new and improved spinning reels are reported to bring finesse fishing to a new level of control and performance.
Rapala’s new lipless crankbait features a deep belly and thin sides, which makes it flutter as it falls.
Quantum’s newest line is made with an emphasis on weight savings.
Berkley NanoFil is a new kind of fishing line made of gel-spun polyethylene. It’s not braid, fluorocarbon or monofilament.
This topwater plug will come in handy when bass are keying in on smaller bait and hanging around shallow cover such as lily pads or stumps.