Power switch gives you the control to "switch" or react to what the fish wants
Tip: unless hovering or snapping the bait, try to maintain a tight line for maximum control.
Drop the bait down vertically or finish your cast under the boat by adding a few vertical rips or pops to make the bait dart and hunt.
Short quick snaps to heavier rips creates very erratic movement mid water to trigger fish. Or drop it to the bottom using slower, methodical snapping or dragging motions to entice strikes.
Small strokes or twitches with the end of your rod allow the bait to quiver and shake but still progress toward the boat. Great finesse presentation.
Use moderate rhythmic pops to pause the bait mid fall and hover it out away from the boat and above a fish’s head giving you more time in the strike zone.
National Walley Tour Angler and Co-Designer of the Power Switch, John Hoyer, highlights the darting action of the Berkley Power Switch and how he likes to work the bait as he targets fish on Forward Facing Sonar.
Berkley Pro, Daniel Elias, talks through the versatility of the Berkley Power Switch, highlighting how he uses the bait to catch suspended bass located with Forward Facing Sonar.
Bassmaster Elite Angler and Bass Fishing Hall of Famer, Mike Iaconelli, discusses a variety of techniques that he uses to find success with the Berkley Power Switch while highlighting key features of the bait.