The most UNREAL smallmouth river mission I’ve ever been on. All of these fish were caught on moving baits including deep diving cranks, blade baits, and lipless crankbaits. If you’re interested in learning more about today’s bite let me know in the comment section below as I’d be down to film a video breaking down how we caught these fish.
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Joe Balog shares from his smallmouth bass expertise of deep structure fishing for big smallmouth bass. This is an in-depth look at how to locate the structure, effective techniques, bass biology, and much more.
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Rainstorms usually trigger a largemouth feeding frenzy. Sometimes it’s before the rain, sometimes it’s after, but during this video, it was while it was raining. Chatterbaits are great for fishing in high wind and noisy conditions. Get a good rain suit on and catch some big ones!
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Jacob Wheeler shares a remarkably effective way to get bass to blow up on your frog again after missing them the first time.
Hollow body frogs can be outstanding at hooking bass, but there’s no denying you’re going to miss some fish too. This is especially true around heavy surface cover like matted grass or in the case of this video, duck weed. The problem is often as much the bass simply missing the lure. The trick then becomes to visually mark the location of the blow up, then get the fish to strike again. FLW and B.A.S.S. pro Jacob Wheeler stresses the importance of casting back to the blow up hole, but skirting the hole itself, rather than bringing the frog through it. He explains his reasoning in the video and proves his case with a nice fish catch that’ll make you a believer in his system too. This is an innovative piece of frog content that’ll help your topwater game.
Hello folks, this week we’re coming at you from within the waters of Lake Eerie where we waded out into the shoreline, waist deep, and bait up with crankbaits to surf cast for those wonderful smallmouth bass!
We catch and release ourselves a nice school of smallmouth bass while wading in the waters. We’ve had a demand for more smallmouth bass fishing, and we figured we’d try something different than shore fishing, but to actually fish -in- the shore, surf casting!
Have you ever waded in the water to fish for smallmouth bass? Or do you just fish for bass from shore? Let me know in the comments below!
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Anyone that does any amount of fishing has had to learn how to use plastic worms to catch bass. It doesn’t matter if you are fishing for large or smallmouth bass worms work extremely well. They are most anglers primary bait and every anglers fall back if their favorite is not working. They are simple to use and come in many varieties.
Because there are so many varieties the choices can be confusing and you will have to experiment some in the waters you fish to actually find out works best. However there are some general guidelines on how to choose which color and size to use.
Fluorescent colors retain their color in deep waters whereas other colors turn a shade of grey. Color can be something to consider after you find the bass. If they’re following the lure, tapping it, or just not hitting it and you tried different presentations, try a different color of the same lure. In general, use dark colors in water with little light penetration such as muddy or stained water, and cloudy or windy days. And use light colors in water with more light penetration – i.e. clear water, sunny or calm days, etc. Use natural colors. Big bass learn from being caught not to resort to their curiosity to react to everything unnatural. That’s why natural looking baits produce bigger bass.
There are many opinions about what size to use and again you will have to experiment in your local waters to find out what works best in your waters. As a general rule use 6-7 ½ inch worms for big bass and 4 inch at all other times. Do not take this as a hard and fast rule as I fish the 4 inch worm with a lot of success catching both average and large bass.
You asked for shallow water fishing tips, here they are! From what the fish are doing during low light, transition, and midday periods to what lures we recommend throwing at them during each phase of the day, its all packed into this quick video!
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Matt Allen sits down after catching a 13 lb largemouth bass on an umbrella rig and gives tips on how to set up the alabama rig, what swimbaits to use as trailers, the rods, reels, and line you will need and when to throw the umbrella rig.
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