Bass Fishing The California Delta Day 1 – Punching, Frogging, & Spinnerbaits

Here come the California Delta VIDS!!! First and foremost I have to give a huge shoutout and thank you to Joey Price and Josh Shapland for inviting me out to California to fish the Delta. It’s a place I’ve wanted to fish since I was in high school and by far the coolest place I’ve ever been. They hooked me up big time and this wouldn’t have happened without these guys. Besides it being one of the best trips I’ve ever taken, I made two really good friends so expect to be seeing more of these dudes in the future.

Check out Joey and Josh’s channel (Bass Brothers)

This is Day 1 of fishing the California Delta.


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Deep Water Summertime Bass; Ledge Fishing in Florida

Summertime is the right time! The dog days of summer are good for two things…Frog fishing and deep water ledge fishing. Today we sat on one spot for most of the day and put up about 19lbs grinding out a slow worm bite.

The techniques used on today’s fishing trip were ledge fishing 101. We started by studying navionics maps to find river channel swings with sandbar humps. Once on the water, we graphed these areas with sonor, down imaging and side scan to find not only structure, but look for bass too. Our tackle was pretty basic and consisted of shakey head rigged worms, and carolina rig worms. A few smaller fish were cauught deep cranking a Strike King 6XD as well. Enjoy the video!

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Booyah Vibra Wire Spinnerbait Review | Bass Fishing

We’ve been using the Booyah Vibra Wire spinnerbait for a while now, and learned a few things you should know. Here’s our review.

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Create Your Own Playstation 2 Package

You own a PlayStation 2 but aren’t quite sure what other items to buy with it. What games should you buy? Do you need extra controllers? Are memory cards required? Are any other accessories required? Follow these directions below and you can answer all your questions and start enjoying your console to the fullest.

Games – After choosing the system, the biggest decision is what games will you buy to go along with it. The PlayStation 2 console is just an expensive DVD player if you don’t buy games, so you need to address this question right away. The first way to choose games is pick something related to a hobby of yours outside of gaming. Do you play football, skateboarding, like cars, or fishing, like a particular movie? There are games for all of these hobbies, movie tie in games, and many more. The second option for choosing your games is start with a list of the most popular games released on the PlayStation 2. They are:

Grand Theft Auto Vice City, Final Fantasy X, Madden 2006, Splinter Cell, Gran Turismo 3, and SOCOM Navy Seals

These games aren’t made for everyone, so be sure you check the ratings and descriptions before buying one. The PlayStation 2 has one of the broadest game lists of any system so you are bound to find a game that exactly fits your particular likes.

Controllers – The PlayStation 2 console originally came with one controller out of the box but two controller slots. Buying a second controller can be a great investment, especially if your friends play games too or multiple people in the house play. The small investment will greatly increase your enjoyment of the system because you can play with friends at the same time. If you buy a multi-tap adaptor you can use four controllers at the same time. Unless you buy the multi-tap adaptor there is no need to buy more than one controller.

This is a great time to mention the difference between Sony brand controllers and third party controllers. Sony contollers are more reliable, while third party controllers are less expensive but can break easier. I only recommend buying Sony brand controller for the most part. The one exception to this is Logitech brand controllers. Logitech makes a high quality wireless controller that is very reliable.

Memory Cards – You will need at least one memory card to save your games on the PlayStation 2. The Sony brand 8 MB memory card can save quite a bit of game data. Unless you play lots of sports games, you will only need one memory card. If you really love your sports games, be sure to pick up a couple extras because they need lots of space to store all the data needed to play an entire season.

Accessories – The PlayStation 2 has lots of other accessories you could buy including network adaptors, steering wheels, and even a hard drive. The most useful of these is the network adaptor which plugs into the back of the system and allows you to connect to the internet for online games. Many of the most recent games on the PS2 support online play so you will need this network adaptor. (Quick side note: if you buy a Slim PStwo system you do not need to buy this adaptor because it is already built into the system). The other accessories for the PS2 have their uses too but are not quite as beneficial as the network adaptor.

These directions should have helped you choose the games, controllers, memory cards, and accessories you want with your PlayStation 2. Now get out there and enjoy your new gaming purchase.

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How DUMB Can I Be??

I lost a BIG fish while Bass fishing because of a rookie mistake in South carolina because I failed to retie my lure after I got hung up. Still managed to catch some good fish after leaving the trophy pond and going to a clearwater canal. Still ALWAYS a heart break losing a big fish. Summer time is coming and Post Spawn is starting to take place!


Bass Fishing For 6 lb Smallmouth | Swimbaits, Crankbaits and 100 Mile Runs!

100 miles through floating debris fields, 44 degree temps, but the Smallmouth were chewing! Tim caught his 7 lber the evening before so no matter what was in front of us we were going to make it back for more!

The smallmouth were sitting on current seams and ledges in 5 to 18 feet of water. We used a combination of swimbaits and crankbaits to trigger the schools into feeding and then the slugfest began! This was one of the most viscious feeding sessions we’ve ever seen with smallmouth bass.

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Fishing – Drop – Shot Tips & Tricks to Catch Bass

This Video is all about the Drop-Shot Technique & Some Tips & Tricks to get more bites & land more fish.
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WIDE OPEN Spotted Bay Bass Fishing | Float Tube Fishing the Harbor

Today we took our float tubes down to the harbor to fish for Spotted Bay Bass with our friend Josh.

We had a great day fishing the harbor with a total of 20 bass caught between the three of us in our float tubes. We mainly fished next to docks and boats with swimbaits and also tried out the hookup bait. Justin managed to pull out his personal best spotted bay bass on the 1/4 chovy hookup bait on a very light spinning set up.

Rods: Casting-Shimano Clarus and FX
Spinning-Abu Garcia HellBender
Reels: Casting-Shimano Curado, Citica, and Caenan
Spinning-Shimano Sienna
Lures: 1/4 chovy hookup bait, bigger hammer and keitech swimbaits threaded on warbaits slayer head (3/8 oz)
Float Tubes: Caddis Nevada Float Tube
Fins: Churchill and DaFin