Hi AMFisHers! This AMFisH(LEARN more here: www.amfish.ca) fishing vlog is about soft plastic baits and learning to think outside the box when it comes to being extremely versatile with them.
There is no doubt these baits catch a lot of fish, BUT do all the soft plastic baits you have allow you the flexibility to tweak them on the spot? This is key for any AMFisHer out there, being able to tweak a soft plastic when the time arises.
In this vlog I use a simple black worm as the main example, having this worm in a 6 inch size only allows you to make it smaller, so what happens when the fish suddenly change and want a bigger worm and you don’t have any? This is where having planned right with some 12 inch worms in the same color that catches fish for you gives you the upper hand!
You can always cut the 12 inch worm down to various sizes BUT it is not very simple to increase the 6 inch worm in size, it can be done in a pinch situation if you have some superglue and use 2 of the 6 inch size worms, but it will take a lot longer to do that than simply cutting a 12 inch worm in half. Having your best soft plastics in a few different sizes can really make a difference and this can be applied to other soft plastic baits like creature baits and lizards.
I have always tried to be as versatile on the water as possible, without breaking the bank and having 200 plus bags of soft plastics, which is why I usually have a few packages of my top performing baits in a few different sizes. Best path to take is having a much larger size of a specific bait, as that will allow for the most flexibility.
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