I took a little vacation from making big YouTube videos to get some practice. Here are a couple of clips that I took along the way. Hopefully, next year I will have a kayak. Get ready for some serious Sheepshead fishing. Thanks for hanging in there and waiting for me to make more videos for your entertainment. Fish On!
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The shad spawn is triggered by the full moon in May in Alabama. Bass fishing is some of the best you will see all year long as the bass move up and fatten up on these easy targets. Fish during low light conditions with a top water frog and enjoy some big time frog blowups.
Today I unbox a huge haul of free bass fishing lures I got in the mail! Crankbaits, topwater baits, rat-l-traps, and more name brand lures were sent in by awesome subscribers. This collection of hard baits is amazing! I am grateful to have such awesome fishermen supporting the show. Along with the box of crankbaits and topwater lures I received some fishing gloves and new worms to try. I also announce 2 winners from previously mentioned giveaways. Thanks again to everyone who sends something to the show. I really appreciate all of the fishing lures and hope to catch some huge bass.
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Big bass of the day at 3:54
Peacock bass at 5:43
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Tourney Rules – Biggest fish wins (top 6 win prizes)
Eligible species – largemouth bass, peacock bass, bullseye snakehead, tarpon, snook, and bowfin
Minimum Size – 12 inches
Duration – 3 pm – 7 pm
Total Entrants – 54
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Location: C-14 Canal (Stranahan River), Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Date: October 7th, 2015
Primary Pattern: Fishing plastics parallel to the grassline in the canal
Air Temp: High of 87 degrees, low of 80 degrees
Water Temp: 80 degrees
Water Clarity: 48 inches
Conditions: Overcast with scattered rain showers, winds from the ENE up to 9 mph
Hatcam Used: Gopro hero 4 silver (1080p, 60 FPS, medium FOV) – chesty + external audio
Scale Used: Xtoolz grip-n-weigh (now discontinued :/)
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Overview – Had an awesome time hosting my first out-of-state subscriber tournament! Decided to make it a multi-species tournament since the freshwater florida canals are teeming with a variety of cool gamefish! The C-14 canal didn’t disappoint, with a nice variety of species being caught including bullseye snakeheads, bowfin, peacock bass, and largemouth bass!
This canal isn’t known for producing large quantities of fish, but me buddy Andrew and I have hooked into some good sized snakeheads and bass in the past. The conditions were favorable for a reaction bait bite, but the majority of the fish caught came from soft plastics like senkos and creature baits.
Within the first 15 minutes of the tournament, one of the entrants flipped a brush hog to the shallow grass next to the culvert and hooked into a slob that ended up shaking the hook with it jumped. It was probably about 5 lbs or so but it was a good sign that the fishing was gonna be “off-the-hook!”
After that the action was steady and I weighed in numerous lmb, snakeheads, and bowfin, as well as a few bonus peacock bass which I’ve never caught out of this particular canal. The story of day was a young entrant who hooked into a monster 8+ lb snakehead on a jig that he wasn’t able to land due to the steep bank and thrashing behemoth.
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