Minnesota Bass Fishing | I can NEVER catch Bass On A Windy DAY!

I usually can’t catch bass on a windy day, but thanks to a friendly neighbor, I tried out a new spot and got two! Missed two though!

Also, first time catching fish on a chatterbait!!!
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Susquehanna River Bass Fishing

Susquehanna River Bass Fishing on the Susquehanna River Pennsylvania for smallmouth bass was awesome. We caught some big bass. The smallmouth bass fishing was on fire. This is one of my best trip in 2017 so far. The Susquehanna River runs through Harrisburg PA. The Susquehanna river is loaded with smallies. If you have ever asked yourself how to catch a smallmouth in the river this video might help. This is where I smallie fished for two days. This video is day two where I caught some awesome smallmouth. We caught over 120 smallmouth bass in two days. Please let me know in the comments below what you think about the river fishing.

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Fast Warrior Leveling – How to Level a Warrior Fast

Leveling a Warrior was for me the most exciting leveling in World of Warcraft. I leveled all the classes to level 80, but leveling a Warrior was the most fun. If you like brute melee force with high armor (plate), than this class is perfect for you. You can be excellent damage dealer, very tough tank or PvP killing machine. So who does not want to have a Warrior?

Fast Warrior Leveling – Arms, Fury or Protection?

Well, this is a good question. Because every one of these three specs is very efficient in leveling. Every build has some pros and cons. So let's take a look at each of them. So you can choose which build to follow when leveling, depending on your play-style.

Arms talent tree – a talent spec that uses a slow two handed weapon. It has a very good burst damage. The good side of this talent spec is that you gain a lot of rage (through the "Endless Rage") so you can use your skills more often. It means more damage. It also has heavy bleeding damage (damage over time) and it can reduce the healing on the enemies (with Mortal Strike). This comes very handy if it comes to world PvP fight. You are rarely being ganked from the opposition faction because this build is also very PvP capable.

Fury talent tree – This is a talent spec that uses two one or two handed weapon (later with Titan's Grip). It has powerful sustained damage. Also capable of doing high burst damage (using Bloodsurge and Bloodthirst). It is very good for leveling because this build has the best damage output. You can burn enemies down very quickly. But you must keep in mind, that this build is the weakest one regarding survivability. You are very fragile because mostly you use Berserker Stance, therefore you take more damage. So you must constantly be focused.

Protection talent tree – What can I say. You are a living fortress handling one handed weapon with a shield. The big advantage is that you have very high survivability. Leveling as Protection is very different as previous two builds. It has lower damage output but with this build you take a lot of mobs at once. So some quests you can do faster than others. Honestly I enjoyed this build the most. Also because while leveling you need to use all your skills (even those with high cooldown). And you are also going to have the most wanted while doing events. With this new dungeon finder you will get a party almost instantly.

Fast Warrior Leveling – Questing?

Yes, questioning is still considered as the best way to get experience points to level up. However, this might be very tricky. This is because many quests in the game are designed to slow you down. They reward you with very little amount of XP and take you a lot of time to complete them. So if you want fast Warrior Leveling you must avoid them.

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Giant Wisconsin Northwoods Smallmouth Bass

Steve Mortenson from the Anglin’ Adventures TV Show and Fishing Guide Service is going after some Giant Trophy Wisconsin Northwoods Smallmouth Bass. Steve caught some giant smallmouth bass in Northern Wisconsin on August 10th, 2014. There were caught on a ISG 4 ” Intimidator Tube. Steve has come close to breaking Joe Buchers Catch and Release world record. This is some amazing fish and amazing content!


The Dolls Of Armand Marseille Doll Company

Popularly known as one of the best manufacturers of bisque head dolls, Armand Marseille Company had been manufacturing from 1885 until 1950 in Thuringia, Germany. The brainchild of the company was Herman who was a son of an architect and was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1856. His family immigrated to Germany after 1860. Herman then purchased the Mathias Lambert’s toy company in 1884 and later on acquired Liebermann & Wegescher’s porcelain factory in Koppelsdorf in the year 1885.

According to historical figures, the company had manufactured around 1,000 bisque doll heads per day from the year 1900’s to the 1930’s. They made baby, child, character, and lady dolls with either painted or glass eyes. The company also used other materials for the bodies such as composition and cloth bodies. However, the doll bodies they have used for their products were produced by other doll makers but were still of good quality.

For those who want to get a reference of the dolls produced by Armand Marseille, here are just some of the dolls that were popularly launched:

1) Floradora (1894) – The doll has a marking “Made in Germany/AM/Armand Marseille” with the mold number 370. The doll measured 19 to 20 inches tall, had a cloth body with a pair of glass eyes, and a slightly opened mouth.

2) Beauty, Jubilee, Queen Louise, Majestic, and Princess (1894) – These are just some of the names used for the dolls that had composition bodies with bisque shoulder head. The markings on the dolls were “AM/DEP/Made in Germany” with their mold numbers.

3) Baby Betty / Character Baby – The doll typically had the marking “Germany A.M. DGRM or DRMR with the mold number 231 beside it. The bisque head doll had glass eyes, painted eyelashes, wig, and bent and jointed baby limb body.

4) Baby Phyllis – This baby doll had a cloth body, bisque shoulder head, and the lower arms were partially composition. Other character baby dolls were named Ellar, Melitta, and Baby Gloria. These dolls would either have straight legs or bent baby limbs.

5) Googly eye (1920) – This bisque head doll with a pair of side glancing rounded eyes and it measured 12 inches tall. The doll mold numbers are 200, 210, 240, 241, 253, and 323.

6) Just Me (1925) – The doll had sleep eyes and painted eyelashes. It measured 7.5 to 13 inches tall and the mold numbers are 310 and 318. For the avid Vogue doll collectors, yes, these dolls were also sold by the Vogue Doll Company.

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biggest bass on video this year epic giant on topwater frog fishing

this is the reason i started making videos while bass fishing instead of capturing the greatest feeling on earth with only a picture…
i’ll be able to re live this feeling for the rest of my life…..
i would also like to share that feeling with you guys and my family
so that’s why bass n bonsai is here on youtube
she was caught using a booyah popping pad crasher while walking the dog..
i also have a video explaining why i use this frog


Big Amazon Fish® EXPLOSIVE Peacock Bass Fishing

Russ Peterson survived cancer through a bone marrow surgery. Now he’s fishin’ for giant peacock bass in the Amazon with and never looked back. Thanks to all our guests who have made the last four years wonderful. Thanks to all our Aimee Nolte and Side Dish for the music.


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