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We like to pick the brains of bass fishing professionals who are savvy and experts on certain niches within the sport of fishing. Dennis Tietje has been farming crawfish and probably knows more about the crawfish lifecycle and their behaviors than many biologists. He’s been around them his whole life both in fishing and farming. Here he talks about the importance of keeping your crawfish in the target cover strike zone and the impact of noise on your presentation.

 

2 thoughts on “Mimicking Crawfish Around Cover

  1. Instead of a glass bead, I use the Force bead which used to by made by Tru Tungsten, now it’s Eco Pro or Vike Tungsten.
    Glass can crack and the Force beads do not.

    Excellent tip, Dennis, that I know can make a diff in catch rates especially in off-colored water.

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