The second webisode in the four-video series follows Bassmaster Elite Series pro David Walker as he plies a vegetation-laden lake in Florida during early spring and illustrates exactly how he uses visible cues and electronics to identify feeding areas to ‘break down the bite.’ Armed with Z-Man’s new Project Z™ Swim Jig paired with a 10X Tough ElaZtech® DieZel MinnowZ™ trailer, Walker demonstrates his technique for plying grasslines, reacting to a strike for a solid hookset and wrestling a solid fish away from cover and boatside.
Project Z: Breaking Down the Bite, Episode 2
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