Edwin Evers did something different all three days of the 2016 Bassmaster Classic en route to his victory. The first day he talked about throwing a unique lure from Megabass called a Flap Slap. It's part finesse crankbait and almost part jerkbait, and he fishes it a very unique way. It's a pattern he's kept to himself until now and he recently spilled the beans on how he fishes it in early prespawn to catch big staging bass.
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Evers Shares Details on Megabass Flap Slap Fishing Technique
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