The TOP Summer Lures To Help You Land A MONSTERBASS!

The TOP Summer Lures To Help You Land A MONSTERBASS!


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Video transcript:

Brandyn Stoker:
Welcome back everybody, to another episode on the MonsterBass Channel. Thank you all for tuning in to yet another one. My name is Brandon Stoker and on behalf of MonsterBass, today, we are going to be going over four of my favorite summer bass fishing, lures, or baits, that you guys can use out on the water. Like I said, guys, we're going to be going through my top four that I pretty much use. We're switching up, we're not going to do a top five, we're going to do a top four. I was looking at it and I was thinking, "What do I use the majority of the time?" And it's usually, pretty much these four baits when it comes to summertime bass fishing for me. But before we jump into today's episode, if you guys love these types of videos, tips, tricks, all that different kinds of stuff to see out on the channel, we do it all here on the MonsterBass Channel. So if you haven't already, make sure you guys subscribe to the channel, hit that little bell notification so you never miss when we upload a new video.

Brandyn Stoker:
So guys, I run a channel called Wisconsin Wildman, it will be linked down below, in the description. So if you guys are interested in checking that channel out as well, I do a ton of bass fishing, ton of different stuff on the channel. So if you're interested, go ahead, click that link and it'll take you over to my channel.

Brandyn Stoker:
So like I said, we're talking about summer bass fishing. So let's set the scenario. Summer bass fishing, it gets hot. Here in Wisconsin, especially where I'm at, it's already just really, really hot. A lot of the lakes, a lot of the rivers and stuff around here tend to build up with a lot of vegetation. So I'm fishing generally, a lot of weeds, a lot of grass, a lot of vegetation, I'm sure a lot of you are experiencing the same stuff, but it gets really, really, really, pretty much really hot. The water is hot, so you're either fishing deep or you're fishing under thick mats, vegetation under docks and things like that. So that's basically summer bass fishing. Getting out super early in the morning is a huge tip. When it's nice and cool, it's a great top water bite. Midday, people think that midday things slow down, but I'll tell you what, we're going to dive into a lure here that, midday, is one of my favorite to throw midday and generally get quite a few bites out of it.

Brandyn Stoker:
Let's start with number one, the number one lure, guys, that I use pretty much the entire summertime, I'm throwing this thing probably 95% of the time, is going to be a frog. So this one, conveniently, actually came in the MonsterBass bags and I've noticed that the MonsterBass bags have been coming with quite a few frogs in them. And that's great because summertime bass fishing, guys, frogs are the deal. That's funny because this frog here actually came in the MonsterBass bag as well and I was using it the other day out there and it was catching a ton of them and then a pike got into the sucker and tore it up real bad. But frogs guys, number one on the list is frogs. I use frogs all the time, bass fishing, in the summertime. I was talking about midday bites.

Brandyn Stoker:
So when you get into that midday, when it's super, super hot, I mean, ridiculously hot, the sun is beating down and everything, that's when I think a frog is excellent because frogs, a lot of times you're fishing those around a lot of thick vegetation. Example, I was out today doing some fishing and there's thick, matted, matted vegetation. And that's where all those bass were was up underneath that. We didn't have a good bite on the thick mats until midday when the sun was at its hottest point and the lake was at its hottest point. That's when the frog really excelled and we started catching a ton of fish off of the frog. So that is my number one for summertime bass fishing is the frog. There's a lot of vegetation around, but it's also one of the most... it's a super fun way to catch fish off of a frog when they just blow it up or you throw your frog out onto a mat and you give it a couple of pops and you see that mat of vegetation move and you know there's a fish under there that's about to hit it. That's just a great feeling. Topwater is always great and a frog is just one of those that are absolutely love.

Brandyn Stoker:
Moving onto the next one, guys, is going to be a swim jig. I love swim jigs, especially with the paddle tail on there. In the summertime, I'm pretty much only throwing a quarter out swim jig with the paddle tail. Play around with the color, I use black and blue or green pumpkin when I'm in dirtier water. Then once we get cleaner water or towards the end of summertime, I use a shad color like this. But a lot of times I'm using a quarter once swim jig with a paddle tail on there during the summertime. Now, what I love about this guys is lots of vegetation, like we said before, lots of vegetation in the summertime and the swim jig is really great at pulling through vegetation or running this down weed lines, or going parallel to banks, undercut banks with lots of shade and things like that. That's where the swim jig excels. So a swim jig is my number two, but like I said, it really pulls through grass really well. If you feel it getting hung up in grass, you just give it a couple pops and it rips right through. It's one of the best baits I think for fishing in the summertime, along with the frog, because of how great this gets through all the vegetation.

Brandyn Stoker:
Moving on to the next, next one. So this is actually another big favorite. I like to throw this one when I'm fishing ledges or deep holes, that's pretty much where I like to fish this one a lot of times, if I know there's a good deep hole nearby. And that's going to be a big 10 inch worm, big 10 inch ribbon tail worm, look at this thing, look at the ribbon on that thing. You want a big 10 inch ribbon tail worm. Now, some of you, if you could see how big this thing is, it's a pretty darn big soft plastic. So I like to use a five to EWG hook, usually with a half ounce tungsten on there. Or even an ounce, depending on where I'm dragging this. But I'm usually dragging deep holes with this, so it's half ounce with a five to EWG hook is generally what I use.

Brandyn Stoker:
But look at that thing right there, guys. This thing is, like I said, it may look big, it may look intimidating, but I'll tell you what, in the hot summertime, when you were dragging a 10 inch worm, I will tell you that bass love it. They love the 10 inch warm. I think the reason is, is for one, this ribbon gives off a lot of action in the water column when it's moving around down there at the bottom. But it's also a big, easy meal. So when this thing is just being drug across the bottom, bass just see this as a nice easy meal. It's big, but it's easy to get. They don't have to chase it. It's not like a crank bait or a bait fish where they're chasing it and using a lot of energy. You're just dragging this slowly on the bottom. So when they see this, they just see, "Oh, nice, easy, big meal." And then they scoop it up. I cannot tell you how many big fish I've caught in the summertime and just caught a ton of fish, all sizes. I've caught fish that aren't even as long as this 10 inch worm, bass that'll eat this thing. So if you guys haven't already, a 10 inch worm is a must in the summertime.

Brandyn Stoker:
For the last one, this is one of my favorites for just switching it up really. So a lot of guys, when they're out there using soft plastics, they're using Senkos or craws. I really see a lot of guys use Senkos and crawfish out there. Now, one of my favorite methods to switch to you guys is using a structure bug, using some sort of bugs. So some sort of bug, creature bait, I don't really care. This is the structure bug from a Strike King, I believe. This thing right here, I absolutely love it. I love the appendages coming off of it. It's just a different style bait. So usually I'll Texas rig this with a four ot EWG hook and then whatever the lightest weight tungsten I can get away with. So if I'm fishing a current, I'll have to use heavier tungsten to stay in that current. But I'll use as light as I can.

Brandyn Stoker:
This thing right here guys is absolutely dynamite. I love the structure bug. I feel like not a lot of people use it, but the fish definitely don't see this all the time. And I feel like it looks different and it just generally gets me a lot of bites, especially when I'm fishing undercut banks. So when I'm fishing undercut banks that have a lot of overhangs on them, guys, or just really shady undercut banks, I usually flip the structure bug. It does really well. I don't know why, like I said, it's one of my favorites to use because I feel like it's just different and the fish are seeing something different. I use black and blue the majority of the time, because I'm fishing dirty or water, but otherwise I use green, pumpkin and black flight, but the structure bugs are absolutely dynamite.

Brandyn Stoker:
There you guys have it. Those are my top four, basically, for fishing the summertime. I was really looking at it today when I was out fishing and I'm like, "These are pretty much the only ones that I use." The majority of the time, those are the ones that are tied on the majority of the time. But they're not the only ones you guys can use out there. I'd love to see in the comments, what you guys think is your best summertime lure. But I hope you guys enjoyed today's episode. Remember to like and subscribe to the MonsterBass Channel and we will see you guys on the next one.

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