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Alabama pro Aaron Martens talks about how important stretching has become for him in professional fishing and how it has completely eliminated repetitive injury from his sport. He also shares a few of his favorite stretches for arms to eliminate fatigue, cramping and repetitive motion injuries for bass fishing.

6 thoughts on “Hand Stretches for Fishing

  1. Thanks for the great video. I’ve been dealing with some tendonitis this year, and these seem like great ways to minimize the pain on and off the water.

  2. the freeze frame has me crackin up for some reason…the simplicity of it maybe I dunno just sounds funny…maybe cause I coach gymnastics….stretching for fishing LOL ahh non the less I always click on an Aaron Marten video!

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