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Latest blog posts and vids from mikeybalzzfishing:
Lake Okeechobee Hayfield Bass Tips and Techniques Swamp Fishing! - Lake Okeechobee heavy cover bass fishing at it’s finest. They call them the hay fields and this is how fishing for bass in the historic Everglades gets done. Targeting large expanses of vegetation with baits like swim jigs and the Gambler 7″ Fat Ace, we break done fishing tips and techniques for catching largemouth bass […]
Best DEEP Crankbait Knowledge: Fishing for Bass - Fishing for bass with crankbaits broken down to the detail. I’ve seen a lot of questions in the comments section about crankbait setups for fishing, what baits to use, what type of fishing line, what to target to catch more giant fish…..and the list goes on. This is an in depth review of everything you […]
Clutch Derby Win ~ 8lbs Stud, Mental Game - Fishing a tournament – mental game, pull out an epic trophy bass late in the day weighing over 8lbs; who doesn’t love fishing a bass tournament! No doubt it turned out pretty clutch. We caught a ton of fish using a wide range of techniques – drop shotting, longlining, Texas Rigged worm, spinnerbait,. Alabama Rig […]
HUGE 11+lbs Bass Caught on Crazy Light Fishing Line - One of the craziest bass I’ve ever caught while fishing in Florida and the 2nd biggest ever! An EPIC fishing video: fishing for bass with light fishing line and catching a trophy using a technique called long lining. Fish are setting up to eat prior to spawning this time of year and that means big […]
Punching for Bass EPIC Techniques and Tricks - Punching Lake Okeechobee for bass is always epic and one of the most techniques when fishing for trophy largemouth bass. With Florida spring coming it’s time to brush up on our punching skills and lay out some of the inside details from fishing rods and reels, baits, terminal tackle, and fishing tips for where – […]
Let’s Go Punching for Bass - Punching for Florida strain bass out on Lake Kissimee. One of my favorite ways to fish for bass and it’s becoming the time of year where that seasonal pattern can be key to finding staging and pre spawn fish moving in. I spent the day out on the Kissimee Chain and focused on Lake Kissimee […]
Okeechobee Bass in the Grass - Fishing for bass on one of the best lakes in the country – Lake Okeechobee. Fish are in a transition mode and we started the day punching mats with braided line and flipping setups – mostly a 1.5oz tungsten weight and a Gambler Lures Crawdaddy. The mat bite was not happening the way we hoped […]
Insane Fishing, Insane Storm, Fishing for Bass on Lake Okeechobee - Fishing for bass on Lake Okeechobee in South Florida is ramping up to be awesome! Fish are beginning to come in for the renowned winter spawn the lake is so famous for.
Tournament WIN! 22+lbs with 8lbs Kicker Bass - Fished a local Florida fishing tournament and pulled off the win with my buddy weighing in almost 23lbs of bass. We fished a variety of baits – soft plastic worms Texas Rigged, Neko Rigs, crankbaits, and a JTK Hair Jig. Big Bass and Trophy Catch came on a Gambler JTK Hair Jig 5/8oz with 12lbs […]
Shiner Fishing for Bass a.k.a. Desperate - Fishing for bass is a challenge, even aggressive peacock bass. We decided to bust out a traditional fishing technique I haven’t used in ages, using live bait. In this case we grabbed some shiners from a local tackle store and went out to sight fish for spawning bass on South Florida canal system that holds […]


  1. jjohns7 says:

    hey i like this come check out my page and subscribe

  2. Carl says:

    Fishing a tournament in March, it is now off limits until then, never fished this body of water this time of the year. I am not asking where, but best methods?

  3. skfish says:

    Love, love, love your take on catching bass! Exquisite videos, including techniques, baits, gear, angles, music, and excuse me, GIANTS! Mikey, just curious, what are your thoughts on becoming a pro and putting all of your bass fishing knowledge against some of the current best?

  4. Everett says:

    Looking for a first bass boat any suggestions trying to decide between aluminum or glass!!! Please respond man love your vids and how u relate to the everyday fishermen!!!

    • really depends what kind of water and how big it is. aluminum is great for the price and very easy to mod however if you’re fishing bigger water speed is a challenge and anything over 2ft gets pretty bumpy. also want to consider if you fish alone or with multiple people in the boat. there isn’t a ton of storage in the aluminum boats and they’re a little cramped with 2 or more people.

  5. Antonio D.Jenkins says:

    Who makes your jigs because I want to buy some. Your YouTube on jig got me so I want to try them.

  6. jabomano says:

    Do you offer charters?

  7. Clay payton says:

    I was wandering due you charter. I would love to fish with you. Thank you

  8. Grant Lasseter says:

    Huge fan. I fish lake O regularly. How will you be choosing people for your vid trips?

  9. Grant Lasseter says:

    Mike, huge fan. I fish Lake O regularly. How will you be choosing people for your vid shoots?

  10. Justin w says:

    Just wondering do you ever fish kings bar that’s the only place on the lake I know and it has very little matts just open reeds and cattails Kissimmee grass where is a good place to find mats on big o to flip

  11. Hosscat says:

    Great vids. Really enjoy your freelance none pro outlook on bass fishing. Leaving Thursday for Sebring and will be bring my big stick to give you a spanking on pogo or the big o . Now if that is not smack talk from Ohio . I have had the big stick in my hands longer than you have been alive. Maybe see you then

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