Topwater Bass Fishing | Blowups | Lake Lanier | Big Spotted Bass

Let me know if you enjoyed the video! Please Like, and Comment! Really motivates me to put out more videos! We caught some good spotted bass, also some stripers on a topwater bait called a spook! I hope you learned something new by watching this video and enjoyed the show along the way! Thank you all for the support!

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Night Fishing for BIG Bass!

Welcome back to the channel and this Night Fishing video! We are in the middle of Summer and this is the BEST time of year to head out on the lake after dark and drop the hammer down on some big largemouth! The fish this time of year tend to be a little bit more lethargic and harder to catch some days during the hot hours and begin to become more active as the sun goes down. We have really been enjoying the night bite as of late and hope that you will take advantage of these conditions, get out of the heat, and go catch some bass! All of the bass caught in this video came on a 3/4oz War Eagle Night time Spinnerbait. A spinner bait is a great option for fishing at night. There are several other great lure options too that we plan to go over in a future video on the channel, so stay tuned for that! Thank you so much for watching, be safe on the water, and we will see you on the next episode!

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Drop Shot Baits for Largemouth vs. Smallmouth Bass

Professional bass angler Josh Bertrand credits the drop shot as his favorite and most often used technique for both largemouth and smallmouth bass. He sits down with Wired2Fish to share his preferred bait profiles for each bass species, relating the selections to habitat preferences and available forage. Both often dictate rigging methods such as Texas rigging vs. exposed hook nose hooking.

Follow this guidance to ensure you’re stocked appropriately to target each species, and also experiment. There are no hard rules in fishing, just rules of thumb based on observation and experience – breaking convention can often lead to excellent catches.