September 14, 2021
At this point, there’s no such thing as a flipping specialist on the professional bass tours. You can’t live by one technique alone, and varied conditions demand different presentations. Nevertheless, when the circuits head to Okeechobee, Guntersville, Minnetonka, or any other grass-laden fishery, just about every pro thinks it’s his tournament to win.
“Because I love to flip,” they’ll reply. It’s no coincidence that many of them also love to bow hunt for deer. This is more akin to stalking prey at short distances than it is to traditional chunk-and-wind bass fishing. You’re using a stout rod, thick braid, and a heavy hunk...
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