Fishing with the Smallest Pen Style Baitcasting Rod and Reel!

John “Toast” Oast from catches micro fish on a micro rod and reel combo, with micro lures. For more fishing and kayaking videos visit or the Fishyaker Youtube channel.

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Fishing with the Smallest Pen Style Baitcasting Rod and Reel!


Ladybird Lake Glide Bait Bass Fishing Cast to Catch

Every single BIG fish we catch is captured “Cast to Catch”, almost always with multiple angles. Here is some RAW footage for you to gain some insight on the sequences that comprise the content here at Big Bass Dreams.

You guys see a LOT of the highlights through this channel. What you miss are the LONG Days without a bite or a follow, that lead into sometimes days and weeks of no action. All in anticipation of that one BIG bite. It doesn’t always come together, but that’s what makes this high risk, high reward style of fishing so rewarding when it does happen!

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First Fish on Project Boat Winter Harbor Fishing | ReCast Fishing SoCal

After repairing the leak, kinda… we took the boat out for a test run to Dana Point Harbor. Plus to see if we could get our first fish onto the boat. Some deep diving crank bait and lucky craft should do trick on these cold months.

Re:Cast Fishing in SoCal
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Another SoCal adventure with Jon, Greg and Moy as they discover more ways to enjoy fishing in different places in Southern California.

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Lucky Craft Wander

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Greg – Bowler

Moy – Moyniac


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GoPro Hero 5 Black (Jon)

GoPro Hero 3+ Silver (Greg)

Smatree Smapole S1

Targus Expendable Tripod

Water Wolf HD Underwater Camera


– first fish
– harbor fishing
– project boat


Catching Big Bass with Finger Mullet!….Broke Fishing

We’re at it again, and this time I’m attempting something that I’ve wanted to do since childhood but never got around to. I knew bass would eat mullet, but I wanted to know more. The freezes this winter hammered our mullet stock this year but there are still a few hanging out in the creeks. I pulled some out, stuck them in my new Frabill livewell (not associated with this company at all), and got her done.