How To Rig And Fish An Underspin | Ft. @Fishing GrubbZ

Todd with @Fishing GrubbZ is here to show us how to rig and fish an underspin for BIG BASS. This lure was in the September Monsterbass box and is a SLEEPER when it comes to slamming big bass in the fall!

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Video Transcript:

Todd Grubb:
What's going on everybody? Welcome to the MONSTERBASS Channel. My name is Fishing Grubbz and today we're going to be talking about the underspin. Where we're going to throw it, how we're going to throw it, and why we're going to throw it. Let's get into it. If you're new to the MONSTERBASS channel, please do me a favor, hit the like button, hit the subscribe button. Hit the bell as well, so you're notified. We're uploading at least twice a week right now. And it's from all different anglers from all over the country that are going to be telling you how to use these baits. We're going to be showing you what's in the boxes. Rick's doing a ton of cool stuff. So make sure before we get into this video, you like, comment, subscribe. And you're more than welcome, in fact, I encourage you to do the same on my channel as well. I really appreciate it. It will be linked down below.

Todd Grubb:
All right, ladies and gentlemen, this month in the MONSTERBASS box, we got some really dope underspins. I love underspins in the fall. I love spinner baits in the fall and chatter bates in the fall. Reason being, it gets really windy out there and these things draw in a ton of attention when the bass are feeding heavily on bait fish. So the cool thing about these underspins, I have two of them here, you can match the hatch with these. You know what I'm saying? Shad kind of pattern here, or maybe golden shiner there, depending on where you are in the country. You can really match the hatch. This thing's got a gold blade on it. This one's got a silver blade on it.

Todd Grubb:
What I like to do with these is pair them with some sort of Keitech or any sort of paddle tail swim bait. I'm going to show you how to rig that right now. You've got this little guy here. I'm going to throw it on Keitech. Then I like these ones. These are electric blue and chartreuse. I got them to match with this little jig head here, which has some really nice chartreuse kind of hidden in there and blue. You want to make sure you know exactly where this baby's going to line up.

Todd Grubb:
Some people, like if you do get a bigger version of these Keitechs, you can actually bite the heads off of them. With this size Keitech and this long hook here, we're not going to do that because this is going to pop out right where we want it. This is going to pop out right about there on the Keitech. You can kind of measure that before you go putting the hook through. And you want to make sure that when it ends, the paddle tills down, like so. So you know that this is the end, you want to come in upside down around the hook and in, just like that.

Todd Grubb:
The reason why I use Keitech, this is a specific brand, they're a little more expensive than a lot of the paddle tales out there. But boy, let me tell you. It's like a Yamamoto Senko, the salt content in these things. Oh, and the stench. They're just nasty smelling. But man, when I put my on that, all I can taste is the salt. When a bass gets its mouth on one of these Keitechs, they do not let go. And in the colder months, as the water cools off, the scent travels further. So having something like this on the back, that's just going to increase the number of bites and the number of bites that hold on for dear life.

Todd Grubb:
When you're throwing something like this, I'm going to throw this pretty much anywhere at any time that I would throw a spinner bait. So when the wind's kicking up, you got some high sun, this is the way to go. All right? And what we're going to do is we're going to show you how to rig this real quick. We found out where we want this here, going to be coming out right at the end there, right about there. Then we're going to face it this way, just like so, because we want this to come up and be that way on the hook. We're going to come right through the center here, feed it all the way down to that spot on the back where we saw, and then pop this thing out right there. Slide it right up the hook. I love the hook keeper on this, love the hook keeper on this. That's going to keep that Keitech from sliding off. Boom, just like that. And that folks, that is the juice.

Todd Grubb:
Now I've been putting these things to the test the past few days. I haven't had Keitechs. I had some Strike King paddle tail swim baits. And let me tell you something. It looks super juicy in the water, but the past couple of days of bass fishing for me has been just drastically slow. I've been doing a lot of saltwater fishing and going from the fresh to the salt right now, it's been really tough. The cold front has come and gone and it's just really messing with the bass. They're really not... I literally threw my entire tackle box today and it wasn't just me. My buddy, Joey and Becca, all of us unleashed all of our baits on these fish, and they really didn't want much of anything. We ended up getting like two bass, a pickerel today on Senkos. And that's it. Like Wacky rig and one Texas rig. It was horrendous.

Todd Grubb:
So I will be putting this thing to the test quite a bit more because as the fall transition actually starts to occur and things kind of get steady and aren't just so fluctuating, hot, cold, hot, cold, hot, cold. These bass are going to start feeding heavily again, heavily on bait fish. So throwing something like this, where they're seeing this action down below like a small bait fish with a little bit bigger bait fish, these bass are going to come up and just chomp this bait. This thing's going to get absolutely destroyed. And watching it in the water, I'm super impressed. It gives off a ton of flash with this blade. And you can fish this in all areas of the water column. You can throw it out and you can burn it back and it's going to stay right towards the top of the water. Or you can throw it out, count it down, and then drag it in.

Todd Grubb:
I'm throwing this, personally, I'm throwing this on fluorocarbon line. The rod, pretty much anything you would throw a spinner bait with. You could even throw it on a spinning rod or a bait caster. It's really not going to matter as long as you're getting the action with this thing. On some of those rods that have some give when you set the hook with this thing, you want that rod to bend and load up on the fish. Because if you've got too stiff of a rod, you might just rip this thing right out of his mouth.

Todd Grubb:
With a bait like this, when it loads up, I'm just going to kind of lean right into it. Because when they get this thing, they've already gotten pierced. When you feel it load up, they've already gotten pierced by that hook. That hook is super sticky. And so you just let that rod load up and just set the hook, leaning into it. You don't have to fricking set it like you're jake fishing. You're just going to lean into that bad boy, keep the pressure on the fish, and get it in the boat.

Todd Grubb:
But I really, really dig this underspin that they sent me in this month's MONSTERBASS box. And you don't know what color you're going to get, which to me is dope. Personally, up north here around me, the golden shiner pattern is going to be the way to go. This thing mimics a ton of different bait fish. When I put something like this... You can change your contact paddle and you can mimic almost anything you got around you. You don't even have to worry about the head of this thing. This can be bluegill and perch right here. A little baby perch. See you later. Bass are going to... Bass are going to chomp this thing.

Todd Grubb:
So guys, that's pretty much it with the underspin. You're used to throwing a spinner bait or a chatter bait. I want you to give this thing a try, and you can find it in this month's MONSTERBASS box, the September box, go ahead and get yours today. We definitely still have a few kicking around and you'll be getting one of these under spins. They catch fish. They're known to catch fish. And a lot of the times people aren't throwing them. They're throwing either spinner baits or chatter baits. So a lot of the bass, a lot of the bass out there have not seen an underspin. Throw something different. That's what the MONSTERBASS box is all about. It's trying to get you to think outside of the box.

Todd Grubb:
Guys, if you like what you saw today, do me a favor, hit the like button, subscribe, hit the bell. Like I said before, there's going to be anglers from all over the country telling you about the baits that are in the boxes, showing you how to work them, what to do. And we love you guys. Thank you all for the support. If you could also do me a favor, head on over to my channel, link down below, and do the same. Drop me a comment. Let me know you came over from the MONSTERBASS channel. I really appreciate it. All right guys, I'm out of here. See you later.


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How To Rig And Fish An Underspin | Ft. @Fishing GrubbZ

How To Rig And Fish An Underspin | Ft. @Fishing GrubbZ

Oct 23, 2020 Fishing Tips

Todd with @Fishing GrubbZ is here to show us how to rig and fish an underspin for BIG BASS. This lure was in the September Monsterbass box and is a SLEEPER when it comes to slamming big bass in the fall!

Click here to check out Todd's channel.

To get yourself a box before they sell out, CLICK HERE and use code SAVE10, to get $10 off!

Click here to subscribe to our channel for Pro tips and Bait breakdowns on a monthly basis.

#MONSTERBASS #thebetterbox #fishinggrubbz #fallfishing #underspin

Video Transcript:

Todd Grubb:
What's going on everybody? Welcome to the MONSTERBASS Channel. My name is Fishing Grubbz and today we're going to be talking about the underspin. Where we're going to throw it, how we're going to throw it, and why we're going to throw it. Let's get into it. If you're new to the MONSTERBASS channel, please do me a favor, hit the like button, hit the subscribe button. Hit the bell as well, so you're notified. We're uploading at least twice a week right now. And it's from all different anglers from all over the country that are going to be telling you how to use these baits. We're going to be showing you what's in the boxes. Rick's doing a ton of cool stuff. So make sure before we get into this video, you like, comment, subscribe. And you're more than welcome, in fact, I encourage you to do the same on my channel as well. I really appreciate it. It will be linked down below.

Todd Grubb:
All right, ladies and gentlemen, this month in the MONSTERBASS box, we got some really dope underspins. I love underspins in the fall. I love spinner baits in the fall and chatter bates in the fall. Reason being, it gets really windy out there and these things draw in a ton of attention when the bass are feeding heavily on bait fish. So the cool thing about these underspins, I have two of them here, you can match the hatch with these. You know what I'm saying? Shad kind of pattern here, or maybe golden shiner there, depending on where you are in the country. You can really match the hatch. This thing's got a gold blade on it. This one's got a silver blade on it.

Todd Grubb:
What I like to do with these is pair them with some sort of Keitech or any sort of paddle tail swim bait. I'm going to show you how to rig that right now. You've got this little guy here. I'm going to throw it on Keitech. Then I like these ones. These are electric blue and chartreuse. I got them to match with this little jig head here, which has some really nice chartreuse kind of hidden in there and blue. You want to make sure you know exactly where this baby's going to line up.

Todd Grubb:
Some people, like if you do get a bigger version of these Keitechs, you can actually bite the heads off of them. With this size Keitech and this long hook here, we're not going to do that because this is going to pop out right where we want it. This is going to pop out right about there on the Keitech. You can kind of measure that before you go putting the hook through. And you want to make sure that when it ends, the paddle tills down, like so. So you know that this is the end, you want to come in upside down around the hook and in, just like that.

Todd Grubb:
The reason why I use Keitech, this is a specific brand, they're a little more expensive than a lot of the paddle tales out there. But boy, let me tell you. It's like a Yamamoto Senko, the salt content in these things. Oh, and the stench. They're just nasty smelling. But man, when I put my on that, all I can taste is the salt. When a bass gets its mouth on one of these Keitechs, they do not let go. And in the colder months, as the water cools off, the scent travels further. So having something like this on the back, that's just going to increase the number of bites and the number of bites that hold on for dear life.

Todd Grubb:
When you're throwing something like this, I'm going to throw this pretty much anywhere at any time that I would throw a spinner bait. So when the wind's kicking up, you got some high sun, this is the way to go. All right? And what we're going to do is we're going to show you how to rig this real quick. We found out where we want this here, going to be coming out right at the end there, right about there. Then we're going to face it this way, just like so, because we want this to come up and be that way on the hook. We're going to come right through the center here, feed it all the way down to that spot on the back where we saw, and then pop this thing out right there. Slide it right up the hook. I love the hook keeper on this, love the hook keeper on this. That's going to keep that Keitech from sliding off. Boom, just like that. And that folks, that is the juice.

Todd Grubb:
Now I've been putting these things to the test the past few days. I haven't had Keitechs. I had some Strike King paddle tail swim baits. And let me tell you something. It looks super juicy in the water, but the past couple of days of bass fishing for me has been just drastically slow. I've been doing a lot of saltwater fishing and going from the fresh to the salt right now, it's been really tough. The cold front has come and gone and it's just really messing with the bass. They're really not... I literally threw my entire tackle box today and it wasn't just me. My buddy, Joey and Becca, all of us unleashed all of our baits on these fish, and they really didn't want much of anything. We ended up getting like two bass, a pickerel today on Senkos. And that's it. Like Wacky rig and one Texas rig. It was horrendous.

Todd Grubb:
So I will be putting this thing to the test quite a bit more because as the fall transition actually starts to occur and things kind of get steady and aren't just so fluctuating, hot, cold, hot, cold, hot, cold. These bass are going to start feeding heavily again, heavily on bait fish. So throwing something like this, where they're seeing this action down below like a small bait fish with a little bit bigger bait fish, these bass are going to come up and just chomp this bait. This thing's going to get absolutely destroyed. And watching it in the water, I'm super impressed. It gives off a ton of flash with this blade. And you can fish this in all areas of the water column. You can throw it out and you can burn it back and it's going to stay right towards the top of the water. Or you can throw it out, count it down, and then drag it in.

Todd Grubb:
I'm throwing this, personally, I'm throwing this on fluorocarbon line. The rod, pretty much anything you would throw a spinner bait with. You could even throw it on a spinning rod or a bait caster. It's really not going to matter as long as you're getting the action with this thing. On some of those rods that have some give when you set the hook with this thing, you want that rod to bend and load up on the fish. Because if you've got too stiff of a rod, you might just rip this thing right out of his mouth.

Todd Grubb:
With a bait like this, when it loads up, I'm just going to kind of lean right into it. Because when they get this thing, they've already gotten pierced. When you feel it load up, they've already gotten pierced by that hook. That hook is super sticky. And so you just let that rod load up and just set the hook, leaning into it. You don't have to fricking set it like you're jake fishing. You're just going to lean into that bad boy, keep the pressure on the fish, and get it in the boat.

Todd Grubb:
But I really, really dig this underspin that they sent me in this month's MONSTERBASS box. And you don't know what color you're going to get, which to me is dope. Personally, up north here around me, the golden shiner pattern is going to be the way to go. This thing mimics a ton of different bait fish. When I put something like this... You can change your contact paddle and you can mimic almost anything you got around you. You don't even have to worry about the head of this thing. This can be bluegill and perch right here. A little baby perch. See you later. Bass are going to... Bass are going to chomp this thing.

Todd Grubb:
So guys, that's pretty much it with the underspin. You're used to throwing a spinner bait or a chatter bait. I want you to give this thing a try, and you can find it in this month's MONSTERBASS box, the September box, go ahead and get yours today. We definitely still have a few kicking around and you'll be getting one of these under spins. They catch fish. They're known to catch fish. And a lot of the times people aren't throwing them. They're throwing either spinner baits or chatter baits. So a lot of the bass, a lot of the bass out there have not seen an underspin. Throw something different. That's what the MONSTERBASS box is all about. It's trying to get you to think outside of the box.

Todd Grubb:
Guys, if you like what you saw today, do me a favor, hit the like button, subscribe, hit the bell. Like I said before, there's going to be anglers from all over the country telling you about the baits that are in the boxes, showing you how to work them, what to do. And we love you guys. Thank you all for the support. If you could also do me a favor, head on over to my channel, link down below, and do the same. Drop me a comment. Let me know you came over from the MONSTERBASS channel. I really appreciate it. All right guys, I'm out of here. See you later.

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