In this video, Lucky Tackle Box’s own Travis Moran, breaks down everything you need to know about one of the hottest finesse techniques, the Neko Rig! Using the Smart Baits Smart Bomb stick bait, Travis shows how the Neko Rig is a perfect option for late-winter and early spring fishing. To make sure you’re set up right, he’ll show you how to rig it, retrieve it and where to fish it.
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Co-host, Greg Underdahl, goes kayak fishing on the Mississippi River for cold water smallmouth bass. The smallies are putting on the fabled “feedbag” and the fishing is lights out!
Equipped with only a blade bait and tube, Greg looks for current breaks and slack water where smallmouth will overwinter. With the water temperature at 40 degrees, the bass are sluggish and want lures slowly retrieved on the bottom.
The water may be cold, but the smallmouth are on fire! Watch as Underdahl catches numerous big bass from a very small stretch of river. If you’re new to smallmouth bass fishing or a seasoned veteran, you’re going to love the action in this video! Hey, you may even learn something new.
There you were minding your own business and enjoying your warm comfortable surroundings, and somehow you ended up here watching Another Fishing Show. We know, it’s a lot to take in.
So what exactly is going on here? The truth is, Another Fishing Show is a bit of an experiment. Like a good science project, we’re trying different ideas and seeing what bubbles to the surface. We believe there is much more to fishing than just catching fish and our gut tells us we should make this our focus. We hope you agree.
We strive to tell entertaining stories about unique individuals who have a passion for fishing. We truly believe that angling is as much about people as it is about fish.
So come along as we learn what drives fishermen to go to extremes in their pursuit of the outdoor experience. Maybe we’ll even learn a little more about ourselves and why we’re so nuts about feeling a tap at the end of our line.