There remains a shroud of mystery and intrigue surrounding the glide bait lure category. These baits have proven themselves through scores of giant fish in hardcore bass fraternities, yet many anglers don’t understand when and how to fish them. This video is aimed squarely at breaking down walls and answering those questions. Simply put, glide baits are built to serve anyone that wants to catch big predator fish, and it’s not rocket science.
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The other main takeaway is that anybody with basic bait casting skills can easily fish these lures. A cast and reel approach works, but much like jerkbaits, glide baits can be freestyle-fished to produce custom moves that gamefish aren’t conditioned to. And this big bait category isn’t limited to bass. Glide baits like the Megabass I-Slide resemble a range of forage from
- Megabass I-Slide 262T Glide Swimbait
- Megabass I-Slide 185 Swimbait
- Megabass Destroyer USA Casting Rod 7’11” Onager
- Shimano Tranx Casting Reel, 7.6:1
- T-H Marine Tackle Titan Lure & Tool Holder
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