Thursday, January 25, 2007

Grub fishing

“A grub is the deadliest bass lure you’re not fishing,” says legendary Tennessee bass angler Jack Christian. “It’ll catch bass both shallow and deep, in clear to murky water, yet for some reason most bass anglers never use it. For cold water, it’s a great choice — compact to match the suppressed appetite of bass and highly realistic in appearance, like a small shad. I’ve caught largemouths over 9 pounds and smallmouths over 7 pounds on grubs.”
Next time you are out on chilly waters, try these grub fishing tips:

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