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Most successful is slow crawling, which is basically the only way that they reliably work. 

 

Color - pick a color to match your forage and go with it.

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7 minutes ago, fishballer06 said:

Most successful is slow crawling, which is basically the only way that they reliably work. 

 

Color - pick a color to match your forage and go with it.

Have you fished it a good bit? Got a few the other week. Haven't fished them to much but have tried it. Also have you used it in murky water or is it better as a clearer water bait?

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Have yet to get a fish with one, but truth be told, I haven't really committed to it

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Matt Allen does a spectacular demonstration on how to use the S-Waver.  It is truly the most informative S-Waver video I've ever seen. Link attached for you convenience. 

 

https://www.tacticalbassin.com/blog/glide-baits-how-to-fish-the-s-waver

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slow steady retrieve has been best for me. I have had spotty success with it, but that's typical of a bait like that. My favorite time to throw it is in the rain, I work it just under the surface.

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Kind of like fishing a jerkbait, but with the reel instead of the rod tip if that makes any sense. I've done best with Bone and Lite Trout. 

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