Summer is in full swing, and the smallmouth bass that abound in a multitude of lakes and river are absolutely clobbering spinnerbaits!
Summer is in full swing, and the smallmouth bass that abound in a multitude of lakes and river are absolutely clobbering spinnerbaits! Water temperature, weather, and water clarity will dictate when the spinnerbait will be your primary bait choice. First rule of spinnerbait fishing is that it usually begins when the water temperature hits 60 degrees. Second rule is that spinnerbaits are the optimal choice when it is windy and there is some ripple on the surface. Lastly, spinnerbait fishing is at its best when water is dirty or stained, although they can still produce great results in gin-clear water. The Jackall Super Eruption is a top go-to spinnerbait––it has a plethora of features that set it apart from other spinnerbaits. It has an ultra-realistic paint job that appeals to fish, yet it is extremely durable, holding up to the rigors of fishing. The design on the blades combines the properties of willow leaf and Colorado blades, creating the unique thumping action that gives the “Eruption” lure its name. The Super Eruption also has a thin 8mm piano wire that puts off additional vibration. In addition, the extremely sharp, heavy-wire Owner hook keeps fish on!
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