Most anglers eventually get a pigeon-hole mentality in their bait selections. Use this bait in the spring, that one in the summer, and now this one in the fall and winter months. I think it is time to break some of these walls down.
They say that a hard jerkbait is a late winter/early spring bait. A soft plastic worm is a late-spring-into-early-fall type bait. Square-billed crankbaits have a place, as do deep crankbaits, spinnerbaits and swimbaits. But here’s the truth: Any of these baits can and will catch you bass year-round. That’s also true of jerkbaits — hard jerkbaits in particular.
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