Glenn: Hey folks, Glenn May here with BassResource. com,and welcome to another edition of Hank Parker’sFishing Tips. This week’s question, Hank, it comes fromKyle from Morgantown, West Virginia. And he wants to know how do you decide whichspinnerbait combo to use. Hank: Well that is a good question, and itagain depends on the conditions. I was in a tournament several years ago inNew York and the water’s really, really clear,the wind’s blowing, the grass is sparse, itis really, really slow going to fish a tube,or to fish at jerkbait, Man I can tie on aspinnerbait and I could cover a lotta water. That’s what I wanna do. And I had so many fish rolling on that spinnerbait,flashing at it, following it up, and I keptgetting. . . making the blade smaller and smallerand the head on the bait bigger and bigger. That allowed me to fish the bait much, muchfaster in that clear water. And the faster I fished that bait, the moreeffective it become, and the more hook upsI got, the less follows I got. So, you know, conditions will dictate on howto modify your spinnerbait. Just pay attention to what the fish are tellingyou to do and they just kept telling me, “Hey,I’m getting too good a look at your spinnerbait. If you could fish it faster, I’ll bite it. “And that’s what I did. I just kept modifying that bait till I couldfish it fast enough and start getting a lottahook ups instead of follow-ups. So let the fish dictate how you modify yourbait. Glenn: Thanks for submitting that question,Kyle. For more tips and tricks, head on over tohankparker. com where there’s a whole bunchof information on there, tips, tricks, articles,a plethora of information to keep you busyall day long and some, I tell you what. And if you wanna get notified the next timewe post some of Hank’s videos, just subscribeto our YouTube channel. Thanks and have a great day.