What I Learned Throwing a Glide Bait

What I Learned Throwing a Glide Bait
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I’ve been a devoted bass angler for as long as I can remember. Rarely targeting other species, I’ve made it a point to learn as much about bass as physically possible. While I’m far from an expert, I have learned a lot about how bass position, act and feed over the last several years. One of my favorite ways to learn about these creatures is by testing out a variety of different baits. Including throwing a glide bait. 

Recently I’ve devoted a lot of time to throwing a glide bait using forward facing sonar. I’ve been a glide bait fisherman for years, however, I hadn’t used this bait in conjunction with forward facing sonar until fairly recently. Over the last several months, I’ve learned a ton about bass behavior and how they react to these giant baits. Forward facing sonar has allowed me to study how fish react to various presentations and lure sizes, and I wanted to share my findings with you all.


One of the first things I noticed

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