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Bass Stopper Success!


Many of us tend to over think things that are simple. Bass fishing for example. There are thousands of lures and hundreds of techniques to catch bass. Some are easy and some are a bit more confusing. Along with choices on lures and techniques there is also cost to figure in. One lure might be $3 dollars, while the next one that looks very similar could top $25. I've got an idea, why don't we simplify Bass fishing and be more successful at the same time.
 

 


For decades thousands of anglers have counted on the Bass Stopper worm for their success. This lure is a pre-rigged rubber worm that comes in several great fish catching colors. The Bass Stopper has either two or three hooks and you can also get them in weedless. If size is an issue, the Bass Stopper has a big brother, the Bass Stopper Magnum. The Magnum is the larger version of the Bass Stopper. They come in the same great fish catching colors and weedless if you prefer.
 

 


To fish either the Stopper or The Magnum is easy to do. Most anglers use 8-12 lb test when fishing the stopper worms. Using a medium action spinning rod 6' in length or similar set up will work just fine. First thing you'll want to do is to tie a swivel on the end of your line. This will help with line twist and since the worms are pre-rigged, the swivel makes changing worms fast.... After you've got your set up complete you'll want to cast the worm next to pads, weed lines, docks, etc. Any type of cover or structure that may hold a bass is a target for the Stopper worms. If you find the bass may be a little deeper don't be afraid to put a splitshot up about 18" from the worm and cast is out paralleling weed lines and breaks.
 


Being successful fishing the Bass Stopper is simple. No need to over think this one and it won't break the bank. So next time you're thinking about bass fishing, think about the original Bass Stopper and give it a try. You'll be glad you did.....
 

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