5 Worm Fishing Tips To Catch More, Bigger Bass

Here are 5 great tips on plastic worm fishing that will catch you more and bigger bass! The swivel technique will blow you away. These tips will make you a far more efficient bass fisherman and now you can get 9 out of 10 bass that bite the worm!

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Scott Jagodzinski - July 14, 2020

Enjoy listening and learning from Roland.

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Ferdinand Huber - July 15, 2020

how am I just finding this video and just finding out about the swivel trick, just when I thought I knew how to fish worms pretty well lol

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mr555harv - July 15, 2020

Please list the products for easy purchase. Please do not worry. We all need to make a living. We love you and your great enthusiasm and attitude.

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Michael Griffin - July 15, 2020

Roland. Roland. You’re so two thousand and late 💁‍♀️ just kidding I love you ❤️

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Chris Smith - July 19, 2020

Nice rod collection in the background. Most people probably didn't notice the reloading dyes and powder back there as well. Roland is a man of many hobbies I see.

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Jeff Notti - July 21, 2020

Roland .. Man i just love binge watching your videos.. There is nothing like getting information, tips and trickery from a master.. thanks … J

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Bill Cantrell - July 21, 2020

are Lews reels any good?

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OutofBody - July 22, 2020

When he said ….”25 miles an hour, (leans into the camera) GO HOME.” I spit my water out laughing 😂😂😂😂😂

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mr555harv - July 23, 2020

We need the setup better illustrated. You need more notes identifying your setup products. How you use the swivel is not clear.

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Chris Shreve - July 23, 2020

You just put the swivel straight on the hook and take it all the way up to the bottom of the worm or do you keep going through the worm to the eye of the hook?

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Danny Self Jr. - July 23, 2020

good tip Roland

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David Goropakha - July 24, 2020

Everytime he says something, I feel like he is so amazed of what he just said.

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Leak Le - July 24, 2020

7:35 Hilarious, thought he was going to say “go home a tornado is coming”

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Rodney Johnston - July 25, 2020

Roland Martin are you catching gay fish with that pink what's up with that

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Bigg Mac - July 29, 2020

Roland is one of the best ever for a reason! KNOWLEDGE BABY.

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John Sims - July 29, 2020

Wow, and I thought I had a lot of fishin' rods!

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C Reich - July 29, 2020

I truly appreciate you sharing your knowledge. I will pay it forward

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njokidd - August 3, 2020

This be only 1 of a handful of people I would trust what they promoted… helicopter lure need I say more….

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Michael Slack - August 4, 2020

How do you cast a 16th of an oz on braid?? I do good throwing a 1/4 oz on braid without a backlash lol

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Derek Chartier - August 7, 2020

25mph go home 😂

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Grant Anderson - August 13, 2020

wow. you run extremely heavy line.I've never used braided line but I intend to use it on my catfish/surf and pier rod someday. Right now I am using flourocarbon and I like it better than monofilament. I used to use the med-heavy 7' rods that my dad would buy us for cheap. They were okay, I like the action on the bite. A rod like that can take all the fun out of catching a sunfish or a native trout. As I get older I become more conservative and enjoy the doing more with less. I am at the point now where I am trying to hone my skill and challenge myself a bit. Life is better lived when you're out of your comfort zone. A rod like that could wrestle in a 100 pound deer carcass. Im trying to feel the bite of a 1oz fish.

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Jerry Flanik - August 19, 2020

Pink during the spawn is a priceless tip. Thanks Roland!

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Robert Segovia Sr. - August 26, 2020

very informative! thanks Roland God bless!

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Schuyler Hecht - September 7, 2020

Take a new toothpick and push the broken nub end of the old pegged weight…that's how I get the old peg out. Thank you for everything you've taught me Roland.

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Howard Jr - September 7, 2020

Thank you. Really enjoy and learn from these how to videos. Saving them to my Roland Martin library!

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Zander53790 - October 14, 2020

That tip where you used the swivel to make the worm weedless blew my mind! Definitely using it this weekend

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Ronald Carr - October 27, 2020

Hey believe it or not my daddy used all those tricks I'm not knocking you but he was one of the best fisherman I ever knew . And in my book you're the best one out there keep it up my brother.

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