The editors at Wired2Fish have worked with a huge swath of the nation's best bass fisherman, and one lure they always seem to have rigged up is a big walking topwater. The reason for this is simple - they consistently catch big bass everywhere they swim, be it shallow or mid-depth, largemouth or smallmouth. The trick is knowing when to upsize and how to work the lure given the conditions and species. Brandon Palaniuk present 5 tips that will help you get the most of walking baits whenever bass on eating on top.
5 Must-Know Walking Topwater Tips for Bass
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