Power Spinner Rig Fishing Tips: 2 Ways To Rig It

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Stickworms are a classic bait that you can almost always count on to catch bass in nearly any conditions. Just because these baits are outstanding on their own, doesn’t mean you can’t improve. That’s where the “power spinner rig” comes in. All you have to do is take a screw in willow or Colorado blade, like the Karl’s Stash Power Spinners, and screw it into the rear end of a stick worm for extra flash to better imitate baitfish. Once you’ve got your power spinner screwed into your worm, just rig the worm wacky style or Texas rigged and get to catching some bass on this killer finesse presentation!

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Comments

Fred 1975 says:

Lake of the Osharks so says my 4yr old. Great tips Ben!

masons outdoors adventures says:

I love milliken’s videos

LUKE MF JONES says:

“Just cast it” hits tree behind him. Keeps talking lol

rangerbull says:

Been doing this on sencos for 3 years lol guess the secret is out

JonBoat Tommy says:

I seen the tree snag. Lol. We caught you ben!

bill coerver says:

Wow never have seen that before ! Texas rig would be killer ! Thanks

BassMasterBro A says:

Yee yee

Ben sarette says:

Lol, spinner worm

Ben Hogue says:

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