How To Cast Light Lures with a Baitcaster | Bass Fishing

Casting light lures on a baitcaster can be hard, but not after watching this video. You’ll learn the right way to cast light lures on baitcasting reels.

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21 thoughts on “How To Cast Light Lures with a Baitcaster | Bass Fishing

  1. Hey man, first off great video. Now idk if it's just me but I always feel like I don't get enough distance when I cast my lure regardless if I'm using a jig or any other heavier lure. Do you have any tips on getting more distance in general

  2. Great tips.  One of the traps that fall into when casting is thinking that I didn't cast as far as the guy I was watching in the video.  I am lured into trying to cast farther but swinging harder only to backlash.  I think that the videos just make the cast look very far; like the writing on a side view mirror, "Objects are closer than they appear."  I appreciate the review on setting the spool tension.  I had always set mine so that the lure would fall slowly and stop t the floor with the spool stopping immediately.  This always felt to tight.

  3. Does the reel matter for this? I've got a abu garcia black max reel and was wondering if going with a higher end reel would help cast lighter lures due to the higher end drag systems and better quality components.

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