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Seth Feider reveals how to choose jerkbait colors for largemouth vs smallmouth bass

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If you’ve always fished for largemouth bass and were lucky enough to catch a few bronzebacks along the way, you may just need a change in technique or color to increase your smallmouth bass fishing success.

Smallmouth bass are more aggressive and tend not to hide close to cover as much as largemouth bass do. Always be on the lookout for humps and areas where baitfish or other forage are available

Seth Feider explains how he chooses colors for largemouth vs smallmouth bass in this short, informative video.

Choosing Jerkbait Colors For Bass

Keep in mind that this can vary quite a bit depending on water temperatures and clarity.

Always vary your retrieve and test different colors and sizes when using jerkbaits.

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