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Panfish Fishing Tips Using the VMC Curl Tail Spinnerbait (Video)

What's the Easiest Way to Catch Panfish? The All New VMC® Curl Tail Spinnerbait.

Whoa. Oh, come here. Wow. Oh man. We’re out here testing the New Curl Tail Spinnerbaits. Honestly, this has been the best day of panfishing I’ve ever had in my whole life. It’s very simple fishing, we’ve caught bass, we even caught a bonus walleye, but we are tearing up the bluegills and crappies on this new lure. They basically took, ah, the concept that’s been around for a lot of years and they just improved it. Basically what you’ve got is a little spinnerbait with a curl tail on it but it’s a lighter weight curl tail. As soon as it hits the water there is just unbelievable action they can’t seem to resist it. And of course you’ve got a much better hook. You’ve got a VMC premium hook there. With a little bit wider gap than normal. And I absolutely love that. Especially when you get those occasional walleye and bass bites. There’s actually six colors and two different sizes. They come in sixteenth or eighth ounce. You know sixteenth, obviously ah, very light for the shallower waters. Eighth ounce for the crappies. A lot of these times like today the crappies are, are more in that six to ten feet of water where the bluegills are right up shallow so we’re throwing both. And they’re just, we just can’t seem to keep them off this lure. It’s simple fishing. All you gotta do is throw it out there, count down a little bit, and a very slow retrieve. The lure basically does all the work for you. You have to try these they’re unbelievable.