Catching Blue Gill and bass out of the creek
Another day of outstanding smallmouth fishing, huge thanks to Zak for taking me out and getting me all these fish!! Nothing better than northern Michigan smallies..
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Florida is like paradise for fishers as here you can find a number of ponds where you can catch several species of fishes. No matter, whether you are experienced or beginners, with the help of such trainers you can easily increase your fishing experience. In fact, every year, people love to plan their summer vacations in Florida with their kids just for the first fishing experience. There is no doubt in this fact that, Florida is the home of hunters and fishers. If you are beginners then you can find such guides at official fishing websites that can be hired for a day or for a week. In fact, you can take the advantage of their package services in which they provide you all fishing equipment and provide you the official guide to add more fun to your bass fishing experience.
Smallmouth bass fishing in Florida is a tricky game but in this blog we help you to find out such easy tricks that assist you to catch fishes more quickly :-
- If you want to catch smallmouth bass then it is important to first observe fishing area because if you try to catch a bass at a certain spot before the chances are good then you can catch one more at the same point.
- Are you fishing your lure so fast? Slow down your lure and move it in a natural way so that fishes can easily catch.
- Before start fishing, it is important to check your weather forecast. Actually, they react as per the temperature, during sunny days they don’t come out from their home but when the temperature of water goes down they slowly come out from their homes. Avoid bass fishing during day time and storms.
- Remember to set your hook on a fish by the feel rather than looking.
- Try to keep your lure in front of your bass instead of moving it speedily.
- Many people are not aware of this fact that shadows can scare your fish and restrict them to come out especially in small ponds. Try to maintain some distance from your pond. Once you feel any movement then you can slowly come closer to the pond and catch them more easily.
- Do you know that colors also play a crucial role in fishing? Avoid wearing dark color T-shirts as but many fishers feel that dark green and blue is helpful during fishing.
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Little Top water bass fishing marine creek Texas,
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Baby bass color
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Total smallmouth bass in the video: 10
Total fallfish in the video: 1
Best smallmouth bass in the video: 3:13 (& 4:38)
Best fallfish in the video: 5:49
I was river fishing in New York during fall (mid October, 2016). I was jigging and drifting tube jigs for big smallmouth bass in rivers. I ended up landing two big smallmouth bass (master angler length) as well as a big fallfish.
This is one of many videos in the Lure Fishing series — watch others for triple-digit numbers of fish, trophy fish, the tips and techniques I pick up along the way, and more!
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First time that my wife actually came along to fish. And she whipped my ass. Has 8 fish on the boat before I landed my first…..Music The Glitch Mob – We can make the world stop and Lindsay Stirling Crystalize. Watch at 720 if possible for better quality
Historically speaking, Betta Fish are said to have gotten their name from an ancient clan of Asian warriors called the “Bettah.” They were given these warriors’ names because about 150 years ago people enjoyed participating in a popular sport that involved the fighting of two of these warrior fish. (In fact, the sport was so popular that it was regulated – and taxed – by the King of Siam!)
One interesting note about Betta fish fighting is that, unlike cock or dog fighting in the west, at Siamese fighting fish tournaments, the actual fight was more to test the bravery of the fish, rather than a fight to see how much damage would be inflicted, or a death match.
Spectators bet on how long a particular fish would fight, and which one would give up first. (In fact, most fish would only fight once or twice, and then live out the remainder of their lives being pampered and used for breeding.)
A Betta fish’s natural habitat is in shallow, tropical water. This is because they need to be able to surface frequently, in order to breathe air. They can be found in nature in rice paddies, drainage ditches, slow moving streams and fresh water ponds. Betta fish have even been known thrive in large puddles! Their natural food source is insects and mosquito larvae.
How Breeding Began
According to historical accounts, a close friend of the King of Siam, Dr. Theodore Cantor received a pair of breeding Bettas from the king in 1840. The doctor bred them and studied them for several years, and then wrote a scientific paper about them, giving them a Latin name of “Macropodus Pugnax.” However, shortly after his paper was published, Dr. Cantor discovered that a species by that name already existed, and so the fish were renamed “Betta Splendens.”
Several breeding pairs of Bettas where sent to Germany in 1896 and then in 1910, Mr. Frank Locke of San Francisco California imported several Bettas to the U.S.A.
One of the fish that he received had unusual red fins – and he excitedly thought he had discovered a new species, and named it “Betta Cambodia.” In reality, he had one of the first of the Betta splendens that had naturally developed new colors and characteristics through breeding.
Since that time, breeders have been able to develop Bettas with all of the vibrant coloring and varied fin shapes that we find today. Betta breeding has become a profitable and ongoing passion for many people today, many of whom started with just one or two Bettas in a small aquarium.
This video covers the top 5 lures to bas fish with during the fall and winter transition. As the water is cooling and the lakes turn over the reaction bite is still going on. Don’t be afraid to throw topwater, swimbaits, jigs, swimjigs, and other reaction baits.
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Today I went out for a quick fishing run with some worms and a float.
The rock bass were biting today and these shown were the fatty’s.
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This is me feeding my pet bass, Buehrle, a mouse. It was amazing how much this fish ate. Cost me a fortune.
River2Sea Whopper Plopper.
Randy Lopez & Ador Lopez Bass Fishing on the California Delta July 2015. Big blow ups on the River2Sea Whopper Plopper.
A 5lber smashing the Whopper Plopper like a savage!
Shot with a Go Pro Hero
It’s been a heck of a frogging year. This video is for the guys I’ve talked to over the past few weeks about frogging. Pick one up and let ‘er rip!
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Fishing at the lagoons with a friend using size 6 hooks and nightcrawler. We also had minnows but nothing bit on em!
Largemouth Bass: 1
Yellow Perch: 1
Moved down first cast called the catch got it landed part to is just me showing u a better shot after I got him unhooked he was bigger than originally thought.. this is the second catch the fish from part 4
Can YouTube help me become a better fisherman? I am out before work this morning fishing a Strike King Bitsy Bug finesse jig for summer bass. I fish the structure of the boat launch, the dock, and the weeds along the shore. After a few minutes I manage to find a bass hiding under some matted weeds near the dock. I pitch my lure about a foot away from my previous pitch to find this one. Sometimes the bass won’t bite unless the lure hits them on the head. I am using my typical shore setup for pitching, a 6’6″ medium heavy rod with a baitcaster and braided line. With every fish I catch, I gain confidence in a jig.
We’re fishing giant smallmouth bass this week up on The Bay of Green Bay with our good friend Brian Clairmont from BAC guide service. The fish are absolutely piled in front of the river mouths and live bait and plastics are the keys to lots and lots of BIG smallmouth. Presentation is everything as Larry and company demonstrate; showcasing world class smallmouth bass fishing in Wisconsin. Great fishing, great food, and great fun as always on Larry Smith Outdoors. Subscribe to our channel for great outdoor entertainment and information every week from across the Midwest!
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