Most guys stick to using worms and creature-style plastics on their drop shots, but if bass are feeding on shad and other suspended forage, you're often better off switching to a lure that matches the forage. Truth is, the drop shot rig combines efficiency with finesse to present shad or baitfish imitating soft baits to bass. FLW Pro Cody Meyer shares how he works the rig, his preferred weights, hook sizes, and go-to plastics for this situation.
Make Your Drop Shot Imitate Shad & Suspended Baitfish
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