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Sea Bass Slaughter with the Stingnose using a Simple Technique - Non-Stop Double and Triple Headers!

We are really excited today! We’re out here fishing the salt water of Buzzards Bay with the Stingnose jigging spoons - and we are slaughtering the sea bass!


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Sea Bass Slaughter with the Stingnose using a Simple Technique - Non-Stop Double and Triple Headers!

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It was non-stop sea bass catching action with double headers, triple headers, quadruple headers and more!

Our setup is very simple - a 2 3/8oz Stingnose jigging spoon, below two inline Teaser-Ts. No bait, no mess, easy to use.

Our technique is also simple - keep the jigging spoon bouncing just off of the bottom. That’s it. We had a bit of a stronger drift today, and that tends to pull the lure off of the bottom. When you find that’s happened, just real in for another cast.

After each jig, make sure you give a pause as the spoon flutters down. The sea bass will hit either the spoon, or one of the two teasers as the set up is falling. With sea bass, and all that fluttering action, you might quickly find yourself with a fish on your Stingnose, and a fish on each Teaser-T!

If you’re interested in getting your own Stingnose and Teaser-Ts, you can get them here:
Stingnose: http://store.thundermistlures.com/home.php?cat=66
Teaser-T: http://store.thundermistlures.com/home.php?cat=63

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Until next time, good luck and good fishin’!
Ivo




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