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Tried out my new s wavers today and got 3 fish this morning with them. The rest on t rig and senkos. 

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Any tips on retrieves? I'm using the 168's. Fishing them on a MH rod.

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12 hours ago, jtipton91 said:

Any tips on retrieves? I'm using the 168's. Fishing them on a MH rod.

It's a bit like a jerkbait retrieve, only more with the reel than the rod. Which color did you end up going with? If you look up how to modify the bait by sanding the joints down, you'll get a lot better action out of it as well. I did it to mine and they are way more productive now. 

This is the best video out there on how to fish the S Waver.

 

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6 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

It's a bit like a jerkbait retrieve, only more with the reel than the rod. Which color did you end up going with? If you look up how to modify the bait by sanding the joints down, you'll get a lot better action out of it as well. I did it to mine and they are way more productive now. 

This is the best video out there on how to fish the S Waver.

 

I got the baby bass and the lite trout. Caught them all on the light trout. I was going to ask you if you modified the joint for a wider swim. You answered that question

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nice swimbait bass!!

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On 6/19/2016 at 10:49 AM, jtipton91 said:

Any tips on retrieves? I'm using the 168's. Fishing them on a MH rod.

Water temp determines how I retrieve mine. In the summer I fish them really fast with 5 to 10 second pauses. In late winter I slow roll them and I'll dead stick them up to a minute. 

Wait until you start getting followers. You'll have monsters swim right up to your boat. 

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