Reflecting on the 2017 year I was fortunate to fish with a bunch of people, on a ton of lakes, in a variety of situations. Some of it was competitive, some was for fun. But you keep learning. It was a huge learning curve last year and seriously look forward to 2018! As we continue to learn and grow our personal arsenal we always have our "comfort" techniques. The following I would say are my top 3-4 lures and presentations.
When guiding newer fisherman the overall goal is to get them on a bunch of fish. I have found that using the wacky worms has been a simple to teach go-to lure and not only catches fish, but can put people on bigg fish too! In 2017 we had lots of success with wacky worms. That is why we added so many videos of it! Some on our team despise the wacky worm and will throw anything else but. I think they are just jealous! I know who I am sending a package to for his birthday!
Advanced dock skipping!
Great break down of how to skip jigs under docks. Front and backhand skipping is important for tournament fishing. Boat doesn't have to be maneuvered as much, helps partner in boat.
Practice! Practice! Practice!
Video on fishing Senko / Wacky Worms