Senior tradesmen have a tendency to get more done than the young bucks, while working about half as hard. Well, Elite Series pro Mark Menendez is a respected veteran of professional bass fishing, and he likes doing less to catch more. The tackle couldn't be simpler - have a few lead head jigs and plastic swimbaits on the deck. The tactic? Cast and reel the small swimbaits. The result? More bass of all species anywhere in the country as long as you have a foot or more of water clarity. We like this program!
Catch More Bass With Finesse Swimbaits
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