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December 11th, 2013
Why to Fish Grass for Bass

by: Jason Sealock

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Bass fishing pro Greg Hackney talks about why he always targets grass on lakes with a good section of it. He talks about the subtleties that matter and why it can be so productive for bass fishermen. We really respect Greg’s opinion when it comes to fishing jigs, plastics, frogs and more in heavy vegetation. He’s a proven angler in those circumstances.

2 thoughts on “Why to Fish Grass for Bass

  1. What type or reel is Hackney using in this video? Looks like it has something round on the top right hand side. Also makes almost a line clicking sound as he is pitching his jig. Looks and sounds nice from what I can tell. I would be very interested in knowing and knowing more about it.

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