Trophy Bass Crushing Swimbaits



Giant largemouth bass eat a swimbait one after another.
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  1. It really depends on the bait you intend to throw but for the really big baits, that's really not enough rod. I'm using 8+ foot rods and 65-80 lb braid with 25-30 lb leaders in this video. 

  2. What do you mean, "Down Here"… that's where this was filmed. :-p
    I don't know if you know, but I'm a guide on the lake. And yeah, that set up should work just fine. I'm using Dobyns 807, and 908 in the video with a curado 300 and calcutta 300 TE. 

  3. Just bought a swimbait setup. Went with the powell 7'11" "swimbait" and a curado 301e. Wanting to throw the hudds and some osprey down here in clearlake Ca. Would this be a good setup for that?

  4. My largest bass is a 17.2 lber
    The 7'3" medium heavy is definitely lighter than ideal for the hudd but you can probably get by with it. It should work really well for the smaller punker.
    

  5. whats the biggest bass you have caught? and would a curado 200e7 and 7'3" med hvy vendetta be ok for throwing the 6 inch hudds and the smaller lunker punkers? nice videos. i subbed. 

  6. Matt is simply the funnest to watch catch fish on Youtube, period. He's down to earth and he don't feed u a lot of bull about different baits. He knows what works and if you follow his videos and research you'll catch more fish. I tried his jig modifications with phantom crawls and put 3 keepers in the boat when nothing else was getting bit. Thanks Matt.

  7. Sure! For that setup, a Dobyns 806H and a Curado 300 would be great. Its light enough to throw the smaller baits but will also bridge the gap in to the lighter 8 inch baits. Best of all, it also works great with most wakebaits. As for line, I like heavy braid tied to a 25-30 lb mono or flouro leader. If you go to the main tactical bassin website I've got links to the specific products that I use. 

  8. hey awesome vid can u reccomend a rod and reel mainly 6 in maybe the 8 (hope i can get some hudd 68s) i want use this all round punching and frogging too. can i even do that? also what line

  9. It sounds like you're using lower-grade equipment. Usually when you get bit on a swimbait it will be a sharp "tick" and is very detectable. I don't know what you're using but a more sensitive rod may be in order. 

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