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Roland Martin — Summer Worm Specials
By David A. Brown
You can’t discuss bass fishing royalty without quickly mentioning Florida legend Roland Martin; and Roland Martin can’t discuss summer fishing without quickly mentioning his fondness for Yamamoto worms. From primary baits to back-ups, learning from his soft plastic presentations will help you put more fish in the boat.
For starters, let’s look back a couple of years to the PanAm Bass Championship on Lake Okeechobee; an event that Roland Martin and his son Scott Martin won by slowly dragging lightly-weighted Senkos past reed heads. Power-Poling down, they’d make precise casts to the targets and work their baits back to the boat at a glacial pace — about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes per cast.
Roland Martin, big fish
That February tournament was primarily a spawning deal, but remember that Florida bass can potentially spawn in just about any month of the year. Moreover, the techniques Martin and his son used are worth remembering anytime you’re facing a tough bite.
Here’s a look at Martin’s primary summer worm techniques.
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