Special Report #62
HOW TO JIGGERPOLE FISH FOR BASS
The philosophy behind jiggerpole fishing is elementary. Since the beginning of time, little fish have been eaten by bigger fish, which in turn are eaten by even bigger fish. The jiggerpole recreates this life-and-death struggle right before the eyes of a large bass.
As the tip of the jiggerpole flips the water, the big Creek Chub lure swims 6 inches behind the tip of the pole. The gentle flipping of the water looks as though a small baitfish is making a splashing escape from a larger baitfish that's about to eat it. Generally when a bass sees what he perceives to be a big baitfish chasing a smaller baitfish, the bass will attack the Creek Chub viciously.
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