My friend @JacobWallFishing almost won the Major League Fishing Pro Circuit tournament on Lake Guntersville and these are the 2 techniques that caught bass. Jacob breaks down how to fish crankbaits and spoons for summer bass on Lake Guntersville.
In this video I catch a GIANT bass using a finesse fishing technique on a spinning rod – one crazy fight and teetered on the edge of scary! I was using a drop shot rig on a spinning or spin cast rod and reel with a small soft plastic worm (finesse).
In this video talk about spring bass fishing mistakes you don’t even know you’re making. During the pre spawn and the spawn fish get into super shallow water and using topwater swimbaits is an awesome technique to catch fish and get some crazy topwater strikes! In this video I give you some tips for fishing lures on top of the grass, what kind of rod and reel setup, fishing line, and the best techniques for fishing it.
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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!
In this fishing video I test a Ned Rig technique where no pro would fish it to catch bass on Lake Kissimmee prior to the Major League Fishing Toyota Series event. We learn what some of the winning baits, lures, and fishing techniques will be for the event. Lake Toho, Kissimmee, and whole chain hold some giant bass and allow anglers to use a wide range of fishing techniques toe catch bass. 1 of the coolest way we tried in this video is taking a Ned Rig and using it in heavy cover where no pro would throw it.
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I caught my PB bass of a lifetime – a 13+ huge fish on a crankbait fishing pre spawn bass in clear water. It was an awesome life experience to capture on camera and be able to share on the YouTube channel – epic and unbelievable!!!
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I love frog fishing and topwater fishing but I have never fished a topwater lure just like a frog on top for bass! We found some fish in super shallow water in the backs of creeks. The water was pretty clear and the fish were chaising big baitfish up onto the bank. We started off fishing a Jacob Wheeler buzzbait but as the sun rose the fish never totally committed to it so we had to modify our topwater technique to be more subtle and literally start fishing the lure just like a frog. I could actually see the fish in the clearer water swimming off the bank and staying under the lure and starring at it until they were triggered by a small twitch after letting it sit floating for 5-10 seconds. The technique involved a walk the dog style topwater on braided fishing line and a medium heavy fishing rod. You’ve got to make long casts very near to cover in the backs of creeks targeting where the bank flattens out and often you’ll see the fish or bait fish (shad, herring, and bluegill) swimming around. Then walk the bait in slow twitches and long pauses just like fishing a floating frog – the biggest tip is to let the bait sit without moving for long periods of time.
As you know I put a Lowrance Ghost trolling motor on my bass boat a few weeks ago and one thing that frustrates me is no pro angler will be honest in reviewing positives and negatives of a product. In this video we review the Lowrance Ghost – taking a look at the spot lock feature, sonar and graph integration, some of the creature boat comforts it offers, as well as some of the quirks that stand out. Overall, I love the trolling motor but there are a few things that need a little TLC or aftermarket tweaks to take full advantage of. I’m no pro angler but I hope this honest review will help you get a better idea of what the Ghost has to offer.
Is this the END??? Bass fishing has changed so much lately that it’s almost not surprising that tournament fishing is evolving just as quickly – good or bad! As I’m sure you’ve read Major League Fishing (MLF) is buying FLW Outdoors one of the 2 biggest players in tournament bass fishing for the past 25 years. This continues the move by MLF to change the framework and standards of tournament fishing into a more bass friendly, network friendly, marketable content form. Like anything there are pros to the changes and there are cons, but one thing we can all agree on is you can’t stop change and seeing as the bass fishing tournament scene has been the same format going on 20+ years, it’s probably time to take a fresh look and mix it up.