Wesley Strader doesn't like fishing a weightless Senko. To him, it's like watching paint dry. Unfortunately, we can't always fish the way we would like to, conditions don't always permit Strader to go down the bank with a power technique. Sometimes you have to slow down, but it doesn't mean you have to resort to spinning tackle and light line. Wesley Strader shares some tips on how he approaches post-frontal conditions, fishing pressure or any other conditions that put fish in a lethargic mood. Learn these tips for finesse fishing with power tackle, if you want to catch lazy bass in less-than-ideal conditions without putting down your baitcaster and 16lb fluorocarbon.

  • 0:09 Wesley Strader's shallow water bass fishing childhood
  • 2:45 Power finesse with baitcasting tackle
  • 4:04 Reflex bite and adjusting to post-frontal conditions
  • 9:38 Power finesse open floor question and answer time with Wesley Strader
  • 12:54 The importance of shallow water anchors like Talons, Raptors or Power-Pole
  • 15:25 Fishing your confidence, but slowing down
  • 20:30 Two tips for fishing high water conditions

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