muskie fishing jigging spinner baits in the spread cory allen video
Jul 27, 2017

Jigging for Muskie with Spinner Baits

In The Spread and Cory Allen have some super interesting tactics and techniques to share in this new muskie jigging video. While spinner baits are highly effective lures in muskie fishing, few use them to jig. Covering more of the water column can prove to be extremely productive when trying to trigger bites from suspended or neutral fish.

Cory Allen is a beast of a musky fisherman. His depth of knowledge is scary in its applicable lethality. See what he is sharing in this video and up your muskie fishing program.

Watch here: http://inthespread.com

To fish with Cory, visit www.itsmuskiefishing.com

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