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We're talking "fluttering" — a bigger bass play that can work when your best shots do not.

Updated: April 1, 2005, 5:30 PM ET
By Homer Circle | Bassmaster, Sept. 2002

We're talking "fluttering" — a bigger bass play that can work when your best shots do not. I've come to believe its effectiveness derives from two things: It's something bass aren't used to seeing, and its unusual vibes and sounds urge lunker bass to check out this invader.

Lest you confuse fluttering with jigging, let me explain the difference. Jigging is jouncing up and down lures that otherwise have no action. But fluttering involves several lures with distinctive actions that make ...

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