Do you want to learn how to catch BIG striped bass? Are those pictures of big fish at the bait shop driving you a little crazy? Have you watched in disbelief as one or two guys caught big bass after big bass, and wondered what the heck they were doing different?
It’s a well known fact that 90% of the fish are caught by 10% of the fishermen. The problem is that traditionally, in order to become part of that 10%, you had to spend years upon years on the water fishing.
On top of all that, with all the different techniques, strategies and expensive equipment, learning how to consistently catch big stripers is today more complex and confusing than ever before.
Yet through the years, one simple method, using a $2 piece of tubing, has earned the title of one of the #1 producers of big striped bass. It’s called tube and worm trolling, and it has long been regarded as one of the easiest ways to consistently catch big striped bass.
If you are looking for one of the simplest, easiest to learn, and most effective ways to catch big striped bass, then trolling the trolling the tube and worm is your answer.
However learning how to properly fish the tube and worm does not happen overnight. Anyone can catch a fish or two trolling the tube and worm, but few fishermen can consistently boat 20, 30 and 40 plus pound striped bass on the tube. It usually takes years upon years of trial and error before you can expect to boat big bass with consistency.
Wouldn’t it be nice to shorten the learning curve from years into days?
What if I told you that it is very possible to become an expert with the tube in as little as one season. That it is possible to consistently catch big bass with the tube and worm by making a few minor adjustments to the gear, strategy and technique you already use.
Wouldn’t it be nice to take the wife and kids out fishing, knowing that you will return home with a few striper fillets for the grill?
With the right resources, you can learn how to consistently catch big striped bass on the tube and worm. The only guide you will ever need is right here, and I promise it will help you understand everything you need to know in order to consistently catch big striped bass with the tube and worm.
Even if you are an absolute novice, you can learn how to catch big striped bass by trolling the tube and worm in as little as one season. I should know, because I was once in your shoes.
Here is a sampling of some of the insider secrets you will learn:
- The technique to using sonar, that will give you an advantage over everyone else on the water
- What gear works best and why
- How to get the most out of your gear for the least amount of money
- The strategy to consistently finding big bass without any visual cues like birds
- How to interpret striped bass behavior, and catch more big bass because of it
- The one trick to maximizing the trolling efficiency of your boat
- Why tipping the tube with a sandworm is so important
- How to select the best tubes-and avoid the ineffective ones
- How to develop a trolling pattern that will help you catch more fish than other boats trolling the same exact area
- Techniques you can use to turn catching one big bass into catching 10 big bass
- How to create double and triple hookups
- How to troll the tube and worm using a light spinning setup
- How to identify bass behavior, and quickly adjust your technique accordingly
- Proper gaffing technique and how to minimize the amount of fish lost at boatside
- Line to depth ratios and how they affect the amount of bass you will catch
- 3 tricks for fooling finicky stripers
- What you need to do before leaving home to set yourself up for success
- How large schools of bass move, and what you can do to stay on top of the biomass
- Why you should not spend your money on tubes longer than 24 inches
- The importance of marking even just one individual striped bass
- How to find bass in open water areas devoid of structure
- An easy method that will allow you to continue actively fishing while you reel in a fish
- How to make your own tubes for $2 a piece that will outfish the tubes folks buy in stores
- Guidelines to developing a repeatable trolling pattern that will give you the upper hand when working a piece of structure
- Why there is no need to purchase green, purple, pink, orange, and brown tubes
- Important things to do in the moments immediately after hooking up, that will help catch more fish later in the trip
- How to catch big bass with the tube and worm during the day, as well as during the night
- What the tube and worm imitates in nature, and how you can catch more fish with this knowledge
- The small details most anglers fail to recognize that can have a BIG impact on the amount of big striped bass you catch
And that’s just the tip of iceberg.
Tube and Worm Trolling – “From the first knot to the gaff shot!” contains absolutely everything I know about catching striped bass with the tube and worm. You can rest assured that I have left nothing out.
It took me over a decade of trolling the tube and worm to figure this stuff out. It took me an entire season to get it all down in writing.
Now you can capitalize on my years of trial and error, mistakes and successes, all with one click of the mouse.
I’ve put together over 70 pages of content, including useful pictures and tactical diagrams in an effort to shape you into a tube and worm expert by the end of the 2012 season. The knowledge, strategies and techniques are here for you in one guide-all you need to do is put them into action!
But again, this is just the tip of the iceberg. If you purchase before Christmas, I will include a $100 coupon towards a Miss Loretta Fishing night charter for the 2012 season. The coupon can be used during the week or on the weekend-whatever is most convenient for you.
This past season we caught hundreds of bass on the Miss Loretta between 15 and 42 pounds. The average striper was over 25 pounds in weight, and over 20 people caught the biggest bass of their lives. This is your chance to get in on the night bite!
You will own the most technical and informative tube and worm resource on the web, as well as receive a discount for one of Cape Cod Bay’s most unique fishing experiences.
On top of that, if you give Tube and Worm Trolling - ”From the first knot to the gaff shot!” a serious chance, apply the techniques, and don’t catch more big bass in 2012, then I will issue you a full refund, AND you still keep the $100 Miss Loretta Fishing charter coupon.
You can’t beat this deal!
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Tight lines and take care,
Captain Ryan Collins