Is this cheating or fishing? Many anglers go back and forth when it comes to catching bass out deep. In this video I show you how to use your electronics to find and catch fish out deep on brushpiles. We also go through fishing rod and reels setups as well as what lures catch bass when fishing deep water structure (crankbaits, hair jigs, jigs, drop shot, ned rig, swimbait, etc).
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There is 1 thing I always forget jig fishing in spring and I don’t want you to forget it!!! In this video we talk about a jig fishing technique that catches bass all throughout spring. Jigs are one of the best lures to catch fish on any lake but using a different approach to jig fishing can lead to catching more bass on the bank or on a boat. In this video we show jig trailers, different types of jigs, and tips on fishing them during spring in a way most anglers forget!
One of my favorite fishing techniques for catching pre spawn bass is flipping – whether it’s flipping docks, punching mats, pitching jigs – fishing for bass in heavy cover as they move up to spawn can lead to giant fish and be a fun technique for catching fish. In this video my friend @phytobedo break down some tips for catching late winter pre spawn bass in heavy cover flipping and pitching.
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There is only one Chatterbait trailer you need for pre spawn bass fishing. The soft plastic Komodo acts like a swimbait, a creature bait, and a fluke style lure all in one when rigged up with a Chatterbait or Thunder Cricket. The tight action makes it perfect for pre spawn bass fishing as fish move up from winter to spawn. This is my bait review of the Gambler Lures Komodo.
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Crankbait fishing for winter bass is happening and there is one lure no pro will go winter fishing without. In this video we talk about how to fish for bass in winter and during cold water months and the lures like crankbaits, jigs, ned rigs, and swimbaits that work to catch fish.
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In this video I have an insane day of fishing for bass and there was really one reason. I teach you about a few fishing tips and techniques I use to fish for bass in the wind as well as lures selection. We also go fishing and have an insane day catching a couple huge bass on a a Ned Rig and a crankbait.
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In this fishing video I will teach you how an MLF FLW bass tournament angler won 100k in a fishing tournament catching bass from brushpiles. The technique involves a wide range of fishing lures from jigs, to texas rigged soft plastic worms, to swimbait and focuses on using sonar like my Lowrance HDS Live to target isolated offshore structures to catch bass. I will teach you how to look at your sonar to catch fish from brushpiles, what some of the best fishing lures are to catch bass using this technique, and some simple tips and tricks that will help any beginner angler that wants to learn to catch bass.
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In this fishing video we discuss the things no one tells you about fall fishing and what I consider my cheating rig – a micro swimbait + jig rig. Fall fishing patterns and techniques all revolve around bait – whether it’s shad or herring and finding that bait on the lake you’re fishing and having a range of fishing lures that mimic the forage are key to catching fish. I teach you about the finesse swimbait rig I love for fall – blade baits, jigs, topwater lures, ned rigs, spinerbaits, chatterbaits, and even a worm rig that works on any spotted bass like lake like Lanier.
In this video I debunk some of the things that companies don’t want to tell you about a ned rig + some underwater footage to show you what I’m talking about. The standard for the Ned Rig Fishing technique is a Z-Man TRD Elaztech plastic however there are a lot of soft plastic worms you can use on a ned rig or mag ned rig technique that work and often times work better!