These are the tricks you need to know to skip your jig wayyyy back under cover. If you’re the guy fishing the edges of docks and fronts of trees, your fishing is about to change! Tim goes in depth with the methods he uses to consistently reach deep into the dark corners of overhead cover.
Skipping is an amazing way to catch bass that no one else is even fishing for. Once mastered, you can reach fish so far back in the shadows that they’re rarely approached. The method is best learned with a spinning rod but ultimately can be done with virtually any tackle.
Below is a breakdown of the rods, reels, and lures that Tim is using to skip in this video:
Rod- Dobyns Fury 795 Swimbait: http://bit.ly/2bGvlVV
Reel- Curado 200K: http://bit.ly/2tHewEh
Line- 65 lb Power Pro MaxCuatro Braid: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Lure- 6″ Osprey Swimbait: http://bit.ly/2bqsLS0
Rod- Shimano Zodias 6’10 Medium: http://bit.ly/2cgmMAe
Reel- Curado 70 Casting Reel: http://bit.ly/2apmDJt
Line- 50 lb Power Pro MaxCuatro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Lure- Clausen Compact Pitching Jig: http://bit.ly/2hAIyCV
Rod- Cashion 7’2″ medium Heavy Spinning: http://bit.ly/2xJGGPt
Reel- Daiwa Tatula LT Spinning: http://bit.ly/2zrq4id
Line- 15 lb Power Pro MaxCuatro: http://bit.ly/2clBRiQ
Lure- 5″ Yamamoto Senko: http://bit.ly/2axAmNS
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