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 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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In this video I talk to pro angler Jacob Wall about the only fishing you really need fishing for winter bass in cold water. He gives some tips and techniques for jerkbait fishing and goes though his favorite fishing lures for this technique. Jacob also talks about his fishing rod and fishing reel setup to fish these baits in winter and spring along with what size of fishing line.
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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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At this rate I’ll never be a pro LOL!!!! We hit a new lake for a 1v1 head to head fishing challenge with my friend Charlie to see who could catch the biggest bass on a clear water lake we have NEVER been to! We used our Lowrance sonar and C Map to find structure and locate fish and then experimented with a variety of fishing lures. There is no doubt the highlight was a swimbait. Both Charlie and I ended up turning to a hollow body swimbait – styles and sizes below – rigged up with 3/4oz swimbait jig head with stout hook. The 1v1 competition added some fun and some hilarious smack talk to the whole fishing trip. Watch the whole vid to see who wins this challenge and what lures worked on this ultra clear lake!
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This was one of the most unbelievable days fishing I’ve ever had. WE seriously saved her life by catching her choking on a giant carp on Lake Kissimmee! I was out with FLW Pro Tyler Woolcott and he snagged a fish with a trap fishing lure and it turned out she was choking on a fish she tried to eat. We saved her life by pulling the carp out of her mouth…serioulsy! I’ve only seen this twice before in all my fishing and each time the fish was choking on bream. I’ve never seen a fish eat something so big and seriously be on it’s way to other world. It’s suck a cool thing too, this fish was giant – all of 8-9lbs and without us catching her the way we did she would have never survived. I have spent a lot of time on the lake but I still run into some crazy things out on the water and this one was epic. Any time you can see a fish that big and play a role in saving her life is a good day on the lake, I can’t wait to see what our next adventure will bring