Spotted bass love cane piles and brush! Target 15-30 feet deep in the summer, the bass don’t go as deep as they do in the winter. As a results, this is a great time to fish a dropshot for spotted bass, since they are up off the bottom. Another secret tip for fishing is that spotted bass love a pink worm (Ike’s Morning Dawn is a great color) in the Berkley Powerbait Bottom Hopper Worm
Bassmaster Angler of the Year front-runner Justin Lucas talks share secret tips and tactics for fishing underspins, dropshots, shaky heads and topwaters for aggressive spotted bass, particularly in the summer and fall.
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