How to catch Bass in Tidal water.

My name is Aaron Horne and i am the owner of Windsor Bait And Tackle.
I have fished throughout NSW and much of Australia and have spent twenty plus years documenting my travels through urban Sydney chasing Australian Bass and Bream.
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Walking down the creek until the water has changed colour from the run in tide then working my way back up the creek on the same tide line.


20 inch Smallmouth bass caught on the New River

April 23rd, 2016. Recorded with a GoPro Hero 4 Silver. Caught this 20 inch bruiser on a rapala fishing from a kayak late in the evening on the New River. I got a little excited for sure. We actually caught another 20 inch smallmouth and several other nice ones on this evening. There’s definitely no other way to spend a Saturday evening.


Bass Angler’s Almanac: More Than 750 Tips & Tactics

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With more than 650 tips total, the Almanac is an indispensable reference that will help any bass angler improve his or her fishing success quickly and significantly. An easy-to-read reference and guide, the Almanac is loaded with detailed illustrations and photographs. And it’s packed with tips and tidbits that the author has picked up over a lifetime of bass fishing. In it, Weiss examines all types of bass fishing, including: largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass biology; tips on reading maps and using sonar; habits of bass in natural lakes, man-made reservoirs, rivers, streams, and strip-mine pits; how weather affects bass; tips on selecting rods, reels, and lines; how to fish live and artificial baits, jigs, soft plastic lures, weedless spoons and jigging spoons; trolling tips that work.

Five Reasons to Visit Finland

Finland is a country of extreme contrasts – icy winters and golden summers, and vibrant cosmopolitan cities mixed with vast areas of remote wilderness. You are sure to enjoy these when you visit Finland, along with the following.

The Christmas Country

Christmas is the most productive time of the year for the Finns, filled with unique and heartwarming traditions, which is why it is a great time to visit Finland. Get to see the St. George Lucia Festival in Helsinki, which is one of the country's pre-Christmas celebrations, especially for the Swedish-speaking Finns, and while there, grab the chance to skate at the city's popular ice rink or shop for crafts and delicacies at the St. Lucia. Thomas Christmas Market. You can visit a graveyard in Helsinki, too, which is filled with candles on Christmas Eve or spend a traditional Christmas Eve dinner with a Finnish family.

The best part about spending Christmas in Finland, though, is that you get to see Santa Claus – for real! Drop by the Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi and get to meet the man in the red suit himself in his office, as well as his herd of reindeer and little helpers. You do not have to wait until the Christmas season to do this, though, since the Santa Claus Village is open all year.

Snow Castles and Igloos

Have you ever wondered what it's like to sleep in an igloo? Put an end to your curiosity and spend the night in one in Finland, such as one of the Harriniva Igloos, where you can sleep on a double bed made of snow under a blanket made of reindeer skin. Spending the night in the Kakslauttanen Igloos is recommended for couples since most are built for two. There is even one with a clear roof so you can gaze up at the Arctic skies – or even the Northern Lights – while wrapped up in each other's arms.

There are also entire complexes made out of snow in Finland during winter like the snow castle in Kemi where there is a bar, a restaurant and a chapel made out of snow where you can have or see a truly unique wedding. There is also a snow village in Yllas where you will see many astonishing ice sculptures.


There are approximately 1.8 million saunas in Finland so make sure you try out at least one when you visit Finland. Indeed, the Finns love the sauna. In fact, the word sauna itself is a word from the Finnish language – the only one to be included in the dictionary. Some saunas use electricity while others – roughly 500 – are traditional smoke or wood-burning saunas, which are usually located around the lake. Popular saunas include the smoke sauna at Hotel Kakslauttanen – the largest in the world with a capacity of up to 70 people – and the newly opened Sauna Gondola in Yllas.

Wildlife Watching

Finland is home to an amazing diversity of Finland, although it is most known for its large population of European brown bears and wolverines, which you can get to see if you visit Finland. Indeed, there are many wildlife watching tours you can take during your stay so you can observe rare wild animals in their natural environment without fearing for your life. It is also easy to spot reindeer and different birds such as the elegant whooper swan – Finland's national bird.

Outdoor Adventures

Aside from wildlife watching, there are many exciting activities to keep you occupied if you visit Finland during the summer, such as hiking and cycling in its stunning nature parks, horseback riding, playing golf, sailing, kayaking and rafting. In winter, these activities are replaced with skating, skiing, snowboarding, fishing and reindeer or dog sledding, which means you will certainly have a lot to enjoy no matter what time of the year you come visit.

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Skipping a wacky rigged senko under boat docks and boats. Spent the day showing my girlfriend how to skip a senko into shady spots once the sun gets high in the sky. Targeting every boat, dock, overhanging bush or tree I caught several nice fish this day including a couple of big bass.

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Watch this video of an osprey attacking a bass I hooked !

My fishing videos offer clean , wholesome viewing for kids and children of all ages so the whole family can enjoy them without fear of foul language or offensive material 🙂

Music used: Summer Shade by Per Kiilstofte

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How To Find And Catch Bass

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This complete angler’s guide reveals how to find and catch bass. Discover how to catch more bass more often. Learn secrets of bass fishing professionals that let them make the big catch every time.

Bass Fishing: How to Properly Fish a Swimming Jig with Scott Martin

FLW Pro Bass Fisherman Scott Martin shares his fishing tips and techniques. In this fishing video, Scott Martin shows us how to properly fish a swimming jig.

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-What colors Scott Martin likes to use on his swimming jigs depending on the season
-What makes a swimming jig
-How to rig up your swimming jig
-What type of fishing rod and fishing line you need when rigging up your swimming jig

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Central NY Bass Fishing

Compilation of 3 days of kayak bass fishing in Central New York (Seneca Falls, Waterloo and Geneva). I plan on producing a mini series this summer of Central New York Bass fishing from a kayak showing others the great fishing the area offers ranging from the finger lakes to the canal system.

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