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Terry Bolton is known to be a ledge fisherman. When tournaments come to the Tennessee River, he’s a threat to do well if the bass are deep. But people definitely don’t give him enough credit for being a good shallow-water angler, and he likes going shallow when folks might still be thinking deep. Here he goes shallow fishing docks in the middle of the summer, and we think you might want to go hit some docks after watching this bass fishing video.

We really enjoy shooting with Bolton because he spills the beans on everything he does and thinks, and he shows us that pros are human too. They lose fish just like we do. They have mishaps just like we do. There is no magic lure that keeps the fish buttoned up every time. But he keeps his head down and stays after it, and he never gets too tore about something out of his control.

GEAR NOTES: 

Lew’s BB1 Pro Baitcaster

Denali Rosewood 7’6″ Extra Heavy Power rod

Gamma 17-pound fluorocarbon

Picasso Spider jig round bend

Trigger X Aggression Flappin Craw

 

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