This is a true, fully-comprehensive masterclass on fishing tail spinners! Mike Iaconelli sets the standard that will never be challenged by covering this topic in a nearly 2 hour bass fishing class seminar. Everything you could possibly ever want to know about tail spinners at an hour more for good measure. If you're looking for information on fishing the original Mann's Little George, or a more modern bait with life-like colors and upgraded components, like the Molix Trago Spin Tail, even if you've never fished a tail spinner before, this class will equip you with the information that will fast-track your success.
This is a great winter fishing seminar, but, right out of the gate, Iaconelli insists that this is not just a winter bait. It can be fished in all seasons and excels in the Summer and Autumn as well. Because it can be fished easily at various depths, and fished many different ways, it has decided advantages over lures that take a long time to get to deeper depths, or baits that have a maximum running depth. The wide array of colors available make a tail spinner ideal for matching the hatch in clear water, and, because of the big deep-cupped Colorado blade, it's also a great stained water bait.
Another thing that makes a tail spinner so versatile is that it's attractive and can be easily used to target all species of bass. This isn't just a smallmouth, spotted or largemouth bait. You may employ it to target a specific species, based on where you are fishing, but it can be used effectively to catch them all.
A tail spinner is a unique combination of lures. It's a big chunk of metal, like a blade bait, with a big blade (for flash and vibration), like a spinnerbait, but it has a treble like most hard baits. This unique set of characteristics has it's pros and cons. Some being that it has a good hookup percentage, but also a bad tendency to get hung up. In this 1hr 49 bass fishing class, Ike shares tips for modifying your bait to generate strikes, get the best hookups and the least hang ups. If you're a beginner, no problem, Mike even breaks it down with a great "all around size" to get started fishing tail spinners.
Once you've got your tail spinner ready to fish, Mike shares his top 4 retrieves for targeting bass from the bottom to the top of the water column. With these tips, you will have confidence that wherever the bass are located, any time of year, you can use a tail spinner to catch bass.