Bass Fishing: How to walk a Frog

Matt Allen of explains how to catch more bass by walking a frog instead of popping or hopping it.

Many bass fisherman simply pull a hollow body frog across slop or pads. This method of frog fishing can be effective but if you want to get explosive topwater bites, those vicious slow motion topwater strikes that will replay in your mind over and over again, you need to learn to walk a frog in open water.

This is a “how to bass fishing video” but if you stick around to the end you’re going to see some awesome topwater catches on the California Delta and Clear Lake with the frog.
Matt and Tim have both seen amazing results open water frogging and hope that you’ll put these tips and tricks to work for you so you can experience some of the best bass fishing on earth!

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Frog: Bully Wa 2-

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Tim’s Froggin Setup…
Dobyns 736 Frog Rod:
Abu Garcia Orra Inshore Reel:
Sufix 832 Braided Line 65 lb:

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GIANT Smallmouth on Big Bay De Noc – Larry Smith Outdoors TV

This week we take a fall bass fishing trip to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for giant smallmouth bass in Big Bay De Noc on Lake Michigan with Captain Lonney Goman of Trophy Ice Fish. Drifting sucker rigs along deep breaks produces scores of trophy smallmouth bass in an environment that offers solitude, tremendous scenery, and fish of a lifetime; especially if you’re lucky enough to have Larry Smith stop by to assist you while you’re broke down on the side of the highway……. Enjoy another informative and entertaining episode!

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Bass Fishing Tips From Around The Country!

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This giveaway contest is over. Check out the comments to see what all the people commented as their favorite techniques to catch bass across the country! The contest is over but feel free to add your own to help people learn more about bass fishing!
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Hey Folks! It took me forever to finally get around to making this video but it’s finally here! To show my appreciation for all of you, I am giving away an assortment of jigs, plastics, and hard baits!

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4.) You can share it on multiple pages (such as fishing groups, etc) and gain an additional entry per share.

Now here is where I put a twist on it. I want this video to be something that anglers across the country can reference for information on how to fish for bass in different parts of the country. I want you to list your location (Must include state, city/ area is optional) and then talk about your favorite techniques for catching bass throughout the seasons. For example, burning lipless crankbaits over grass in the fall, flipping heavy cover in the summer with beaver style baits, slowly crawling jigs around cover during pre spawn, etc. The more information you include the more educational it will be for those that want to learn. You can gain 1 entry per technique you share. However, there must be details on the technique and how you fish it. You cannot just simply list off every type of bait there is out there. I will be mindful of this as I read through the comments. If this goes as planned, this video will contain basics tips and techniques for catching bass year round in all parts of the country which can also be applied to bodies of water across the globe.

I’m sorry but for this particular giveaway, I will be limiting this to U.S. Residents only. I am planning to post this video by Friday the 11th and will let it run until the day after Christmas so stay tuned folks!


Michigan River Smallmouth Bass Fishing

Fishing the Grand River in Michigan for Smallmouth bass. Although we through some jerk baits and spooks around, weightless texas rigged senkos were the big producers of the trip.

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-Abu Garcia Orra Winch on a Guide Series Classic 7′ medium action rod and 12lb fluorocarbon.
-4 inch Gary Yamamoto senko in green pumpkin.


Lake Mead Bass Fishing

My biggest fish ever, 3 times bigger than my previous best!!! Can you see the pure joy in my face? I and I was all out of breath, huffing and puffing, I couldn’t help but grin from ear to ear! I cau


Largemouth Bass from Lake Chabot !!!

Me and my buddies first time out at Lake Chabot. We unwisely rented a small trashcan with a trolling motor that goes slower than a paddle boat. Otherwise FUN! and not bad, 8 bass, one 2.5 lber between 4 noobs!


Rod: Fast Action 7′ Ugly Stick

Reel: Daiwa Revros 3500

Line: 30lb braid (J-Braid brand)

Rig: 5″ pumpkin Gary Yamamoto Senko – Texas rig on a offset J-hook

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Upstate NY Bass Fishing Compilation 2017

Upstate NY Bass Fishing 2017
Bass fishing with James Juron throughout the Upstate NY Region, the Adirondacks and the surrounding areas.

Lake Champlain, Paradox lake, Round Lake, Saratoga Lake and many more…

6lb Largemouth. 5lb Largemouth. Smallmouth.

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My name is Ricky and bass fishing is my passion. Join me as I travel around the great state of Florida in pursuit of giant largemouth bass. I also enjoy being in the outdoors as much as possible so don’t be surprised when a random fishing or hunting trip video pops up on this channel. Florida offers vast hunting and fishing opportunities and I intend to take full advantage of everything my home state has to offer. I am just a guy who enjoys his life every single day, whether I am out on the boat fishing or in the woods hunting with friends I bring the camera a long so I can hopefully add some entertainment for my Youtube subscribers enjoyment. I Vlog, I fish, I hunt.. this is my life and I hope you enjoy watching my videos.

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7lb smallmouth bass

Caught my Personal Best Smallmouth bass this year! Never would i ever thought i’d catch a smallmouth over 7lbs. This is one of my biggest accomplishments and it will be really hard to catch one bigger than this.

Fish liked flawless and didn’t have a nick on the lips or body. I think i might have been the first to ever catch her cuts she looked so perfect.

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Early Morning Froggin!!

The shad were spawning and the topwater frog action is heating up!
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Pounding Shoreline for Endless Smallmouth Bass – Manitoba Species Spotlight

Manitoba is home to countless lakes and rivers with ridiculous populations of tank smallies. These aggressive predators will attack a variety of lures and presentations. Getting one to smash your offering is the easy part as these bruisers are notorious for jumping clear out of the water to try and throw the hook.

Various fisheries in Manitoba’s Eastern Region and Northern Region are your best bet to get onto huge schools of chunky Manitoba bass. Numerous opportunities for lunkers over 20 inches (4lb plus) exist at both easily accessible waters or more secluded back country lakes

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HELP PLEASE-Your Advice Is Needed For Winter Bass Fishing In Florida

I need your help. What advice can you give me for fishing this Florida lake during the winter? In this video I show you the structure, share the water depth (temperature & color), and my frustrations about catching bass in this in this small pond. Actually there are two ponds that hold the same type of lily pads, timber and cattails.

I’ve fished these two lakes three times now and caught four bass. I’ve hooked up with a couple that I didn’t land. All of the strikes were either on a purple and black or brown and black Culprit worm. I’ve been rigging the worms with a 1/16 ounce weight and a two ought hook. My spinning gear has been rigged with twelve pound test monofilament line.

Since it’s winter time and the water is cool I’ve been working the artificial lures rather slow. I’ve fishing tried spinner baits, jerk baits, top water frogs, three ounce Strike King Jig and a trick watermelon colored trick worm from ZOOM. The only thing I’ve had any luck on is the Culprit worm.

I’m thinking in order to catch these bass during the winter in this sort of cover that I need to rig up a bait caster with thirty pound braid line and punch some soft plastics through the thick weeds and overhanging trees.

Any advice you can offer for bass fishing these small lakes in Florida during the winter will be greatly appreciated.

Structure-lily pads, cattails and timber
Time of year-winter
Water clarity-medium
Water color-murky brownish green
Depth-2-10 feet



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Jig Fishing For Beginners – How to Pick a Jig For Bass Fishing

Back to the Roots! This series of videos is focused on taking things back to how we started long ago, from very HUMBLE beginnings. This look back at the fundamentals of how the DREAM started is meant to give those that are starting from the bottom a glimpse into what’s possible when you #AimHighDREAM Big and put in the WORK to realize DREAMS.

Today we visit Performance Tackle with Kelly Puppo to talk about Basic Fishing Fundamentals and going over how to select a jig for casting applications for the beginning angler. It’s a good revisit to an old standby that for the most part is being overlooked by many of the new anglers that have come onto the scene. Known as a “big fish” bait through the 80’s and 90’s, it can still be highly productive to this day.

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Finding Big Bass Fishing Lures and Tackle on Island

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Lake Fork Bass Fishing: Shell Bed Tips

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10 Ways to Treat Endometriosis Naturally

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a painful condition in which endometrial tissue, which lines the uterus, can appear in the pelvic cavity and elsewhere in the body where it doesn’t belong. Endometriosis is one of the most frequent diseases in gyneacology, affecting 15-20% of women in their reproductive life, contributing to 5% cases of infertility. Scientists do not know exactly how the tissue ends up where it doesn’t belong but there are a number of theories which I mention below.

Regardless of where it is located this endometrial tissue will behave in the same way as the uterus lining by responding to monthly cycling of hormones and bleeds during menstruation. In the case of Endometriosis, because the shed endometrial tissue and blood in other parts of the body can not leave the body through the vagina as the menstrual blood can, it forms scar tissue and painful adhesions. Endometrial growths are most commonly found in the pelvic cavity and can grow on ovaries, pelvic ligaments, tubes, bowel and bladder.

There are a few theories as to how the tissue manages to migrate. Some suggesting retrograde flow of menstrual blood and seeding or attaching to other tissues, while others suggest endometrial cells being laid down in the wrong places during the embryologic development of the foetus. This theory emerged as it could not be explained how endometrial tissue reached the brain though the retrograde flow of menstrual blood? Many women experience retrograde flow into the abdominal cavity via the fallopian tubes, but this is usually picked up by the immune system and cleaned up by macrophages. Yet another theory suggests that endometrial growths start from stem cells and are caused by a combination of factors. Endometriosis can cause heavy and painful periods, abnormal bleeding and infertility.

As endometriosis has been associated with the presence of auto-antibodies and the presence of other autoimmune diseases, scientists are now suggesting that endometriosis is an autoimmune disease.

Although genetic predisposition, environmental factors and altered immune and endocrine function are believed to play a significant role in endometriosis, the true cause still remains unclear.

How does endometriosis lead to infertility?

If the endometrial tissue grows within the fallopian tubes it can block them. Due to inflammation there are a high number of macrophages in the area which can destroy the sperm and interfere with implantation. Ovulation may or may not occur, and even if it does occur there may not be enough progesterone to support the implantation. The risk of ectopic pregnancy is higher than usual. Anti-endometrial antibodies may be responsible for the high incidence of miscarriages and poor implantation often associated with this condition.

Here are 8 ways you can treat endometriosis – naturally

Endometriosis is viewed as an estrogen dependent condition and the endometrial implants have been shown to reduce in size when estrogen levels in the body normalize or drop. Studies have found that inflammation resulting from bleeding of the endometrial implants each month actually increases estrogen activity. Another contributing factor is low progesterone which can lead to anovulatory cycles.

1. Eat organically grown food and avoid exposure to commercial insect repellents. Studies have found that exposure to chlorinated hydrocarbons (e.g., DDT, PCB, pentachlorophenol, hexachlorocyclohexane) has been associated with an increase in rates of miscarriage and endometriosis.

2. Avoid soft plastics. This includes drinking out of plastic water bottles, storing your food in plastic food wrappers, wearing surgical gloves, buying products in food wrap and touching printing ink with your hands. What do all these have in common? They contain Phthalates and PVC. Known endocrine disruptors and estrogen mimickers, linked to asthma, negative developmental and birth defects, immune system dysfunction, endometriosis and infertility.

3. Reduce your intake of animal products. The first line of natural treatment for endometriosis is to minimize intake of animal products due to the high content of hormones, pesticides and herbicides which are known endocrine disruptors.

4. Eat bitter foods to support clearance of estrogen via the liver. They are grapefruit, lemons, limes, rocket, endive, romaine lettuce, artichokes. To the same end drink dandelion and St. Mary’s thistle tea.

5. Avoid allergens and take immune system supplements. As you’ve seen the immune system plays a role in endometriosis. As such you want to make sure you provide your immune system with all the key elements required for optimal function. They are vitamin C, vitamin E, betacarotene, zinc and selenium and probiotics. In addition have an IgG 90 foods intolerance test. This will show you what foods you are intolerant to. These need to be avoided to help balance the immune system.

6. Exercise regularly to improve circulation, toxin and waste removal. Exercise also boosts your metabolism (which is good for your endocrine function) and immune system. Both of which are crucial in treatment of endometriosis.

7. Include foods that promote circulation and waste removal. The following foods and spices promote circulation and waste removal cayenne, basil, chives, eggplant, garlic, ginger, kohlrabi, leek, nutmeg, pepper, rice, rosemary, scallion, spearmint, turmeric, cinnamon, lemons, zest of lemon, seaweed.

8. Increase your fibre intake to improve estrogen clearance from your intestines, including: adzuki beans, psylium husks, apples, other legumes, nuts and seeds.

9. Take a high quality fish oil (make sure the one you choose is tested for mercury and stabilized with vitamin E (to protect it from oxidation)). Fish oil reduces inflammation associated with endometriosis, minimizing associated pain and improving the odds of healthy implantation. I recommend Krill oil (the plankton whales and other fish eat) as it’s less likely to be contaminated. Ideally you want to have 1000mg three times a day with food. Store it in the fridge. To see which supplement I recommend go to the site below.

10. Take an iodine supplement there is an established link between hypothyroidism and endometriosis and so taking an iodine supplement can correct underactive thyroid function.

Source by Iva Keene