jigging smallmouth bass in the spread fishing video
May 12, 2017

Jigging for Smallmouth Bass

Join Scott Lewis on his In The Spread adventure and learn some of his lethal jigging tactics for smallmouth bass in tail waters. Scott is a ninja! He is both quiet and deadly on the water. As an educated biologist, Scott brings a deep understanding of aquatic ecosystems to bear when targeting smallmouth bass. He is keen to share his knowledge and teach others the skills he has acquired.


As a resident guide in Northeast Tennessee, Scott plies rivers, lakes and streams using both fly fishing or conventional methods for smallies, musky, brown trout, rainbow trout, stripers and more. He routinely fishes the southern Appalachian tri-state region of Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina.


See it here: www.inthespread.com

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