In this video, Seth Ellis of North Carolina shares some tricks on how to read the mood of fish you see shallow in the spring and how he goes about bait selection and the process of firing fish up to bite. He talks behavior a lot as he believes reading a bass quickly is one of the biggest keys to being good at sight fishing in bass tournaments. He walks us through several approaches and fish catches on film. His 6-foot, 5-inch frame makes it a lot easier for him to see fish and he’s had to sight fish to win and place high in a lot of tournaments throughout North Carolina in the spring. So he shares some valuable insight from his experiences.
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