Cold fronts have the tendency to turn bass off but they’re usually catchable if you make the right adjustments. For grass lakes, a Texas-rigged stick bait is an excellent way to penetrate cover while showing the bass something subtle but sometimes a full-size bait it still too much to coax bites. Brandon Coulter shares a simple tip for progressively reducing the size of your plastic until the bass are willing to commit.
TEXAS RIG SETUP
- BAIT – Savage Gear Armor Tube Worm
- HOOK – Gamakatsu Heavy Cover Flippin’ Hook, 4/0
- WEIGHT – Reins Tungsten Slip Sinker, 3/4-ounce