Catch Early Spring Bass Slow Rolling Weedless Swimbaits

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Slow rolling a soft plastic weedless swimbait over and through grass can be a great pattern for early spring bass fishing. When the water is cool, the subtle kick of a wedge-tail type swimbait can be just the right amount of action to trigger coldwater bass. 

Nick Smith tempts largemouth related to deeper hydrilla in the early part of spring with a Pulse Tail Shiner for big largemouth bass in Florida. Several good bass caught while talking swimbaiting in cooler water temps.