Jerkbaits are a top choice of bass fishermen in cold water. As the water begins warming in the spring, they often get replaced by other lures in the tackle box because their profile and behavior doesn’t fit all circumstances. FLW Tour pro Terry Bolton talks about how to fish a jerkbait better, and how the new Rapala Shadow Rap Shad will come into play for him through spring and fall jerkbait seasons. He discusses cadence, detecting bites, locations, applications and more in this video.
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