GIANT Bass Wont Stop EATING!! Late Fall Bass Fishing in Florida! (Crazy Catch!)

*THE FEAST before THE FRONT* The first Major cold front of Winter has finally hit Florida. I show you that before the cold sets in, The Bass go into a FULL FEEDING FRENZY! That last day before the front can be an amazing day on the water if you know what to look for! Find the bait…find the bass, and find them STUFFING themselves full!! Great tips to take down late fall largemouths!

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The Indispensable Ice Fishing Auger

If you are a recent ice fishing enthusiast you probably have never had to fish without an ice fishing auger, but many of the old timers of the sport can remember the difficult and time consuming requirements or chiseling a hole in the ice to fish from. Now, thanks to the lightweight, compact and highly powerful ice fishing augers available there is little need to spend hours chipping out a couple of holes to fish from.

There are many different styles available in an ice fishing auger, and the model, size and power of the auger is typically dependent on the amount of use that you want per outing. Some ice anglers may drill only a few holes a day while others may drill twenty or more holes per day, especially if they are moving with a feeding school of fish. The more that you are planning on using the auger the higher power, the more fuel will be needed, and the greater the need for a fast drilling ice fishing auger will be.

Some of the various components that should be considered when choosing an ice fishing auger include:

o Electric or gas powered – gas powered augers are easier to move across the ice as there is no requirement to carry a power source such as a battery. There is, however, the need to carry gasoline and oil, or to ensure that the auger is full before leaving for the lake. Electric augers are considered to be more environmentally friendly as there are no emissions. Typically gas powered ice fishing augers are more powerful than their battery operated counterparts and are more effective for cutting through ice that is deeper than three to four feet. For ice that is thinner there is often little performance difference.

o Gear ratio – the various gear ratios of the ice fishing auger will allow the user to regulate the speed of the drill which is a critical safety feature. It is also important for the gear assembly to be easily accessible to keep it properly maintained even in very cold weather.

o Size of the drill – drills are typically not wider than ten inches, with most being six to eight inches. If you are planning on jigging or using a tip-up the size of the ice hole will be very important. Larger drill sizes are typically only found with gas powered ice fishing augers.

Ice fishing augers can also be manual, using a rotary shaft to help provide torque and cutting power for the auger. Usually an ice fishing auger that is manually operated will be the lightest weight and the least expensive of the augers and a great environmentally safe option.

Source by Eliseo Lao

NEW Video of Tennessee State Record Bass

As of Feb. 15, 2015 – TWRA Biologist Mike Jolley says they have examined Gabe Keen’s pending record largemouth bass caught in Chickamauga Lake Friday, Feb. 13th. Mike said, “All went well and I signed the certificate which will go to Nashville for the Chief of Fisheries Bobby Wilson to sign. We are very excited for Gabe.” Read more here:


Fishing in Maine

Maine offers a wide range of fishing opportunities in both freshwater and saltwater environments. Boasting over 6,000 lakes and ponds coupled with over 30,000 miles of rivers and streams, Maine is host to some of the best fishing spots in the world, and as a result is a hugely popular destination for fishing enthusiasts from around the globe. With superb saltwater fishing available on the east coast and freshwater and fly fishing available inland, Maine has something to suit every level of angler, from the absolute beginner to the seasoned professional.

Freshwater fishing venues are home to a wide variety of species, including the Brown Trout, White Perch and Landlock Salmon to name a few. Those newer to fishing may find tackling these a little daunting at first, though there is arguably no better place to start out from. Combine this with the stunning scenery that surrounds many of Maine's premier fishing spots, and you are left with a unique fishing experience that is unmatched by any other location.

Maine is particularly well known for its saltwater fishing, and enthusiasts are very well catered for. The waters around the 7,000 miles of coastline are home to a wide variety of fish, with Bass and Salmon particularly popular catches for saltwater anglers. Perhaps the best way to enjoy fishing off the coast of Maine is by boat, and there are countless organized trips available for those to get the most out of their fishing trip.

Fly fishing is also very popular, and another reason that many fishing enthusiasts flock to Maine each year. Bitterly cold temperatures and heavy snow are not enough to keep keen anglers away either, with ice fishing particularly popular during the winter months. Again, a variety of fish can be including including Salmon, various Trout, Bass and Whitefish.

If you're unfamiliar with the area or new to fishing, Guides are available that will gladly advise you on where to fish and even on what equipment you need if you're looking to start out. Taking advantage of the knowledge and experience of these life-long fishing enthusiasts will help you make the most of your trip and save valuable time when it comes to finding the perfect location.

In short, Maine offers some of the best fishing locations in the world. Whatever your fishing preferences, Maine has a location that is perfect for you.

Source by Ronald Moody

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The Ultimate Fishing Experience

As a young child, fishing and camping were normal weekend events in our family. Camping always kept my full attention. Boating, swimming, and late night campfires with the ones you love were the most memorable experiences that I had. Fishing was never a high interest of mine at that time.

Now that I am older with children of my own, I have a different outlook on many different things. A friend of mine called me and asked if I wanted to go on a fishing trip with the guys. The trip was at Lake Erie and I had never been there. All of my fishing trips consisted of rivers, reservoirs, and small man-made lakes. I met my friend and we continued to the nearest bait store for our fishing license and of course, bait.

What I did not expect was,.. I was about to have the ultimate fishing experience of my lifetime along with getting in touch with my inner spirituality. The experience was one in which I will never forget for the rest of my entire life. I stepped onto the boat and felt anxious to get out onto the water. Once the boat was out and moving through the channel, anxiety was still going through my body. Then, there it was. The wide open, beautiful Lake Erie. As the boat began to get up to a high speed, the feeling that I had just being on this huge body of water was indescribable. I felt a calmness run over me. The wind running through my hair and the smell of the outdoors over a body of water had made the Indian in me feel the spiritual sensation.

As the boat came to it’s destination, all the fishing poles were set out. The boat began trolling. The whole entire party on the boat had caught fish after fish. Walleyes, perch, and bass. The boat stayed out for ten hours. The whole time that I was out there with the sun just beaming down on my body, I felt like nothing else in the world existed at that time. There were no worries, crime, work, children, or anything else that goes on in our everyday lives. It was simply breathtaking.

Source by Rebecca Moore

The Texas Rig is NOT DEAD! Bass Worm Fishing SECRETS

Is the Texas Rig a dead technique? Bobby Lane surely doesn’t think so, and he’s here to share secrets for fishing curly tail worms for big bass! In this full video (available to PRO subscribers as Lane also discusses when to choose the straight tail worm over the curly tail worm. You will learn how to Texas rig a worm so that you don’t break your line, it swims correctly and it doesn’t get hung up too much.

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Redfish Fishing

In this article I talk about redfish fishing from the basics, what redfish is, where and how you can catch it and I also share with you super cool fishing techniques used by pros. Wish you a lot of great redfish fishing experiences.

Description: Let’s talk about redfish fishing basics. Refish, also known as the red drum, is a salt water fish. You can recognize it by the black spot on their tails. Redfish have blunt nose, a chin without barbels and a wide undercut mouth. They are a reddish copper and bronze color on their body in dark water , with lighter shades in clear waters. The underside and belly is pure white. They have from one to as many fifty spots at base of their tail and very rarely no spots at all.

Where to fish: The best place for redfish fishing is the southern USA. Young fish called juveniles are inshore fish, inhabiting bays, river and creeks. They particularly like creeks with oyster beds. They migrate out of the estuaries when they reach about four years of age and about thirty inches in length. They then join the spawning population offshore.

Size: Redfish are big bruisers that can tear your light tackle up in short order. Catches of twenty pounds and up are not only common, they are the rule in many areas. Almost all of these fish are larger than the particular state’s regulations and they must be released. But fight they do, and fun they are! Redfish fishing is such a fun.

Tackle: Light to medium spinning or casting tackle with fifteen to twenty pound test line is sufficient for most redfish applications. Reds will readily hit artificials such as plastic grubs and topwaters, but are more frequently caught using live or dead bait. Terminal tackle consists of a standard bottom fishing rig with sinker, swivel, leader and 5/0 hook

Bait: Live bait, such as small blue crabs or half a larger blue crab work well on the bottom. Live shrimp or mud minnows work as well. If you can find a live mullet – and they have not arrived yet – that mullet won’t last long on the bottom. Artificial baits like jigs and crankbaits work very well on these monsters. Just make sure the hooks on your lure are changed to a heavy duty treble, or you will end up with a missed fish and bent treble hooks.

Redfish fishing techniques: Ok, let’s move on to the refish fishing techniques. Red drum or redfish can be caught in many ways. Probably the most widely utilized technique for fishing redfish is to anchor along a channel edge or shoal and bottom fish with cut peeler crab bait or other baits including, squid, cut spot, live spot and even chicken breast soaked in peeler crab oil. These are all excellent techniques.

In the Virginia, in areas like Pocomoke and Tangier Sounds, anglers usually look for a somewhat sharp drop and anchor so that the boat lies on the slope of the channel. This depth is only a starting point and can vary greatly.

Many anglers prefer to fish a window of opportunity that includes the last 2 hours of the incoming current and the first 2 hours of the outgoing. If this coincides with dusk, the fishing is more likely to be good.

Other techniques for catching Virginia and Chesapeake Bay redfish include trolling large spoons in the lower bay areas.

Surf fishing is a popular way to catch Virginia redfish. Along the Atlantic beaches and around Virginia barrier islands, anglers use a fish finder or other rig and fish with baits such as whole spot, spot fillets or heads, mullet, bluefish fillets, crabs, shrimp or other baits. There are numerous methods in redfish fishing.

Source by Jack Bris

Heavyweight Bass Fishing Record Broken by Paul Elias. PART: 1

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Paul Elias did something on Falcon Lake that nobody, including himself, thought possible. He averaged nearly 7-pound bass over April 3-6 to capture the BASS all-time heavyweight record. See, for the first time, every bass he pulls into the boat (and some he missed), and an interview with Elias that walks you through his emotions on the final day of the Bassmaster Elite Series Lone Star Shootout presented by Longhorn. Did he think he had enough to win? What did Aaron Martens tell him before the weigh-in? Find out in the exclusive, full-length show. It’s something youv’e never seen before and might never see again: Paul Elias, 132 pounds, 8 ounces. Watch now!


Fishing By Moon Phase: Increase Your Catch

Every fisherman dreams of a bigger catch! Is it possible to know beforehand when you should plan a trip to enjoy some fishing, catch more than usual, and come home feeling 100% satisfied? Based on my own personal research around the best fishing times, I think it is.

When I first started fishing, the best fishing time for me was whatever time happened to suit me. I tried different lures, baits and techniques until I’d spent a small fortune in my quest to improve my fishing catch. When I finally heard about the “Solunar Theory”–or fishing by moon phase–like most anglers, I was skeptical.

What I’d read sounded too complicated. All sorts of factors needed to be checked and the determined angler needed to be at the water’s edge at exactly the right time, TO THE MINUTE, in order to improve on his average catch. Was I really willing to take my hobby that seriously? Let’s just say that curiosity got the better of me.

To help me determine whether there was any truth in the moon’s effect on the best fishing times, I kept a record of every trip I made over a period of 18 months. All information related to the moon’s phases, the weather conditions and the catches I made were carefully logged. What I discovered convinced me that moon phase fishing works. BUT, I also found that it isn’t anywhere near as complicated as many would have us believe.

How Does Fishing By Moon Phase Work?

Every fisherman knows that the best fishing times are when the fish are feeding. This tends to be during dawn and dusk, but what often goes unnoticed are the two periods elsewhere in the day–moonrise and moonset. Because the moon has an effect on a variety of factors surrounding the fish–including the live fodder they hunt–these periods, combined with the moon’s phase, are what trigger feeding.

By understanding this, and choosing times when sunrise/sunset and moonrise/moonset coincide with new or full moon phases, you’ll increase you chance of a good fishing catch. Assuming there are fish in the area, of course.

Choosing The Best Fishing Times

There really is nothing complicated about this at all; it’s just a matter of knowing ahead of time exactly when the sun and moon will rise and set. Fish are most active during 90-minute windows surrounding each of these four daily events; that’s 45 minutes before and after these four daily points.

Fishing during these four periods will help increase your fishing catch, but if you plan wisely so as to ensure you’re at the water’s edge on the days of new or full moon, you can use these ‘windows’ to reel in a catch like you’ve never done before. If you have to choose between sunrise/set and moonrise/set, always go with the moon as the moon is the stronger influence.

Hunters have always known that fish and game are most active at dawn and dusk–sunrise and sunset–but their activity surrounding moonrise and moonset is less noticeable because these events are likely to occur without e­ffecting any change in the perceived light. The rise and set of a new moon is invisible anyway, and overcast weather often hides the moon. Without prior knowledge of setting and rising times, two of the best fishing times will be missed every day!

Other Considerations

When planning your fishing by moon phase, there are certain other factors that should also be considered.

Weather – Severe weather changes have an impact on the way fish feed. When a storm’s brewing, or just after one has passed, is a good time. If this happens while you’re in place, you’ll be in for a treat! However, if there’s a cold front approaching, the fish are likely to move deeper into the water and become inactive.

Season – Most fish are more likely to bite willingly during seasonal transitions with the transition from winter to spring and summer to fall being the two best fishing times.

Now that you know that moon phase fishing really works, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t utilize this knowledge to increase your own fishing catch by being at the ready with your rod during the best fishing times available. It’s easy and it works!

Good luck!

Source by David Rose

Hot Times Fishing For the Tasty Black Crappie

Do you enjoy fishing for Crappie?

I have fished for many species of fish over the years. Every spring I like to get out and catch a nice feed of Crappie. They are fun to catch and taste great. Its always a great way to introduce your kids or grand kids to fishing. They are easy to catch as they travel in schools. There are two kinds. The Black Crappie and White Crappie. You can find their range is inland lakes and rivers in Canada and the US.

How do you catch these prolific breeders?

I would use a light line on a spinning outfit with a small bobber and medium size hook. For bait I would use small minnows or nightcrawlers. I also would like to fish with a fly rod with a small streamer fly fished near the surface. Crappie having their eyes on top of their heads would pick up the bait real fast. My kids always enjoyed fishing for them and always made a feed or two for the family to enjoy later. My children say they were some of the best meals they ever ate.

Just remember to find out where to catch them in your area. Talk to your local bait shop operator for advice and of course to get your bait. Also it is a good idea to check your local fish limit even though most areas do not have one for Crappie. Do not forget to take your camera so you can help verify your kids fish stories or yours.

Source by Robin Shortt