Bassmaster Elite Series pro and BASS Open champion David Mullins used a deep-diving crankbait to win the Douglas Lake event and he talks about his method of pounding schools of summertime bass with deep diving crankbaits. Instead of a slow methodical approach he works the baits aggressively with specific tackle to make his method optimally efficient and equally effective for catching bass that gang up on offshore features like points, humps, creek channel turns and edges. These tips will definitely help you step up your deep crankbait fishing for bass.
Pounding Summer Bass with Deep Crankbaits
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