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How To Fish Tubes: Lucky Tackle Box Tips

How To Fish Tubes: Lucky Tackle Box Tips

AOL TV nation Travis here again with lucky tackle box and today we’re getting tabular because we’re breaking down to fishing with mismo baits for inch to which we included in this month’s lucky tackle box Tim’s have been around for a long time but they often get overlooked because so many new baits are coming into the market every year but the reality is they’re easy to use and then mimic a wide variety of the fastest favorite prey making it an extremely versatile and effective technique so let’s break this down starting with rigging there are many different to hook designs and even more color patterns to create any action or look like any prey you are trying to mimic but for today’s video we’re gonna focus on the most common setup I start with a quarter ounce to 3/8 ounce tube jig I put scent in the tube and then slide the jig up inside pushing I the hook through the skin of the to the scent makes it easier to slide the tube in as well as gives the tube of realistic smell i spool up with eight to ten pound mono or fluorocarbon on Daiwa’s ballistic 2500 series spinning reel and i pair that up with castaways seven-foot medium fast action rod that gives me enough backbone to get big hook sets from far away and also gives me enough tip that I can really feel that bait as it moves along the bottom and feel out where that structure is to get started you really only need to retrieve dragging and hopping when dragging the bait keep the rod tip low and make slow sweeps with the rod pull just fast enough that the tube doesn’t come off the bottom as the shuffles along the bottom it mimics the crawdad crawling along and can be irresistible to bass keep in mind when calling over rocks this bait has a tendency to slide between cracks and get hung up by raising the rod tip on your sweeps and keeping your line tight you will reduce the chance of snags when hopping the bait make long casts reel in the slack and jerk the rod one to two times making the bait jump off the bottom – will dart around like fish darting between rocks and structure location because of this baits ability – mimics so many different types of prey that the fast feed on it can be used in a lot of different situations my favorite two places are along points gravel flats over or around rock piles and skipped under docks the bottom line is a tube like mismo baits four inch tube is a perfect tool to keep in your tackle box at all times to help you face the wide range of conditions you face as a bass fisherman that’s all I got for you today I’m Travis Moran with lucky tackle box if this video helped you add it all throw me a thumbs up and subscribe to our YouTube channel alright let’s go fishing


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