Learn to attack any body of water using seasonal bass fishing techniques in Part 2A of the INTERMEDIATE Guide to Bass Fishing.
We discuss common movement patterns, the factors that contribute to certain behavior, and some good baits to catch largemouth bass on in each of the SIX seasons of bass fishing.
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Next Tournament is April 20th, 2019 – Mill Creek Ramp! 6:30 to 3:00! This will be a tourney # 2 of 5 for Table Rock North spring division of USA Bassin National fishing trail!
Pay below to receive lower boat numbers and also a ‘free lure’! See Complete Schedule below!!
ATTENTION! For those paying for tournament entries online, beginning this season 2018-2019, we are giving a ‘free’ Mega Chomp Lure Co lure or Rapala or Storm crankbait, after the weigh in at the ramp to everyone who paid through this link for their entry into our Fall or North division tournaments! This is to thank you for paying early, and it will be our choice as to whether the lures given are jigs, sliders, buzzbaits etc.
Table Rock Lake North Division of USA Bassin National Tournament Trail 2019 Bass Fishing Tournament Schedule!
March 24th, 2019 Aunts Creek Ramp 7:00am to 3:00pm TRL Div. 1 of 5
April 14th, 2019 Cape Fair Marina 6:45am to 3:00pm TRL Div. 2 of 5
April 20th, 2019 Mill Creek Ramp 6:30am to 3:00pm TRL Div.3 of 5
May 4th, 2019 $100 OPEN Aunts Creek 6:30am to 2:30pm OPEN TO ALL
May 19th,2019 Mill Creek Ramp 6:00am to 4:00pm TRL Div.4 of 5
June 1st, 2019 Cape Fair Marina 6:30am to 3:00pm TRL Div.5 of 5
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This is it! Fishing for the chance to win $125,000 on Lake Lanier in the FLW Tour 3rd Stop of the 2018 season. I need to beat out 20 of the 30 fisherman left in the top 30 to move on. This video will show you how I fished and the ups and downs of the day. I’ll have to beat some good fisherman to move on, but I am focused 100% and all I need to find where those BIG Spotted Bass moved to.
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Aug 2008. No crappie.
However, lots of bass participated in chasing spinner baits and jig/critter craw. Saw lots of deer on the drive out.
It was getting near dark when I left and quite a few of the large herd of deer in the conservation area/park were out and about. Many people go down there around 7 p.m. just to see all the deer; it is quite the sight.
The Equalizer fly pattern is meant for smallmouth and largemouth bass and is an impressionistic pattern that can imitate a dozen different prey items. I haven’t tried it on redfish yet but expect that it would do well on reds. The fly is meant to be retrieved with sharp jerks and pauses and will jump on the pull. Give it a try!
*Note* The Rigged Rods are ONLY available in the Cabelas Stores listed in the video. In the next few weeks Favorites will be working on getting some inventory online for some of you peeps who are interested in purchasing these rods on their website.
The 13 year old Jon B would lose his freakin mind if he knew one day he’d have his own line of rods. Like I said in the vid this has been a dream come true. For anyone who ends up snagging a Rigged Rod or two I GREATLY appreciate it and hope it lands you many fish. Thanks for the endless support, countless comments, and the major love. You guys are the real reason why this is all possible (no joke). Keep fishing…NEVER Stop!
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You have to see these stunning wood works and woodworking projects!
These masters of wood turning, wood carving and woodworking are amazing! This is pure art!
A wooden cedar strip canoe, carving a bowl, a wooden pipe, handmade furniture, and other satisfying work with wood! You’ll definitely be satisfied by the end of the video!
0:01 – Building A Cedar Strip Canoe;
2:01 – Satisfying Wood Turning;
3:32 – Epoxy Resin Coffee Tables;
5:34 – Making Floating Coffee Table;
7:03 – Making A Wooden Pipe;
8:37 – Flexible Wooden Stool;
9:35 – Homemade Scissor Lift;
10:26 – ‘Kawai Tsugite’ | Japanese Joinery;
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12:12 – A Submarine Inspired Wood Door.
12:55 – A Wooden Toilet Paper Stand;
13:19 – A Modern Plywood Bench;
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20:33 – A Modern Bar Stool;
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34:57 – Building A Bed For A Son.
37:35 – Dad Builds An Epic Swing Set For His Kids;
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Fishing with the most absurd topwater lure I’ve ever seen… It rattles, has a back propeller, and had two giant blades in the front, truly a frankenstein style bait!
The morning held perfect conditions for the pompadour, cloudy + windy. But once the sun came out the bass shut down so Cornell and I switched to finesse with shaky heads and drop shots. Plenty of numbers, and by the end of the day, we got dialed in on the grass lines and pulled out some chunky late summer bass!
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-Jackall Pompadour (3″, black bone)
-Favorite Big Sexy Casting Rod 7’0″ med/fast (AD)
-Shimano Antares DC
-Suffix 832 braid (30 lbs)
Scale Used: ReelSonar Digital Scale
Rapala 6″ Fish Gripper
Location: Little Seneca Lake – Germantown, Maryland
Date: September 16th, 2016
Primary Pattern: Topwaters/spinnerbaits in the morning, finesse in the afternoon. Targeting windblown points and grasslines in 8-12 feet of water.
Time Fished: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Air Temp: High of 74 degrees, low of 65 degrees
Water Temp: 80 degrees
Water Clarity: 30 inches
Conditions: Clouds in the AM, winds up to 10 mph from the east
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This week I head to a public pond in my neighborhood to catch some big bass. The bass are just now starting to spawn, making this the best time to catch BIG bass! I caught 2 fish today, both on the spinnerbait. The spinnerbait definitely seems to be the best bait for this time of year. Hope you guys enjoyed this video! Be sure to like and subscribe if you have not already.
Exploring and fishing the Brandywine Creek for smallies and whatever else wants to bite!
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Fishing was done in Wimington, Delaware. This spot is North of Alapocas run. If you live in the area, definitely try this place out! Definitely try out some gulp minnows!
Watch me catch 25 pounds of largemouth bass in two casts while bass fishing on lake fork. The fish that were caught included a 9lb 12oz beast using the ever popular Alabama Rig or Umbrella Rig. I attached some Lake Fork Trophy Lures swim baits with a Dobyns Rod and 20lb LFT Fluorohybrid Pro line. This was filmed on the famous Texas bass fishing lake, known for it’s big bass and the potential to catch a huge bass at any time.
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FISHING A NEW GRASS LAKE VLOG
Justin Rackley, known as Lakeforkguy in the fishing world, creates kick ass fishing videos on youtube and other social platforms. LFG provides fishing tips and techniques for mostly largemouth bass fisheries but also travels to other freshwater and saltwater fishing spots to explore new fish species and fishing techniques to show as many fishing places as possible and help you catch more fish. Lakeforkguy likes to hang out on any fishing vessel or go bank fishing with his other YouTube Fishing friends and vlog with his Wife Stephanie and french bulldog Winston.
Went down to Florida for spring break and this is day 1 of fishing florida 02/28/2016. On day one fishing Florida I decided to hit the Canals around Boynton Beach Florida. The Largemouth Bass during this video were in Pre-spawn, Spawning, and Post-Spawn.
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Rod: St.Croix Mojo Inshore Spinning Rod, 7’6″ Medium Light Fast Action 1/8-1/2oz $130
Line: Main Line 15lb Green Moss Power Pro Braid, Leader 12lb Blue Label Seaguar Fluorocarbon.
Reel: Diawa Laguna Spinning
Lure: Zoom Green Pumpkin Baby Brush Hog, 2/0 Gamakatsu EWG offset worm hook, 1/4oz tungston pegged with a rubber stopper.
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I made this coffee table with a herringbone pattern and legs highlighting and featuring the plywood layers. I really wanted the endgrain to stand out, so every surface of this table shows off the ply layers.
This coffee table was built as part of the #rocklerplywoodchallenge put on by the guys over at the Modern Maker Podcast… Mike, Ben and Chris. The challenge was to build something out of 1 sheet of plywood. I used a 4’x8′ three quarter inch sheet of baltic birch plywood.
It was definitely fun to think outside the box a little and be a part of the DIY/maker community. This is my first YouTube video ever so I still have a lot of learning to do.
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