Had an awesome time fishing in my first Kayak fishing tournament. The 1st Annual Shakey Lakes Kayak Fishing Tournament that is put on by Wind Rose North Outfitters out of Menominee Michigan. I ended up winning some cash. Check it out.
Learn effective bait and lure techniques for earning money by participating in the Northern Pike Minnow Sport Reward Program for the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Earn $5-$8 per fish or, you might catch a tagged fish worth $500. Then, fish the Columbia River for Smallmouth Bass which is also a great way to catch Pike Minnow. Yamamoto Luminous White Single Tail Grubs are the hot bait. Learn more about Pike Minnow Fishing at www.PikeMinnow.org
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Fishing jigs is a great technique for cold water winter bass fishing. Jig fishing is always good for targeting big bass, but learning how to fish jigs in cold water can be a challenge. Anglers don’t often get that many bites during the winter when fishing a jig, but they are usually big bass. In this vlog video, we are on a Texas lake fishing 1/2 and 3/8 oz flipping jigs in natural colors and black and blue. These fish are positioned around heavy cover like docks and wood that are positioned not far from main lake creek channels. This will allow bass to move back and forth from the creek channel and move more shallow to forage on shad, bluegill and crawfish that are hiding in the cover in around 4-6 feet of water. When fishing these jigs in the winter, it’s best to give some short hops off the bottom but let the jig sit on the bottom for a few seconds. Try to target big pieces of cover and let the jig skirt flow in the water on the bottom. Big bass find a jig very appealing because of the big profile it puts out when the skirt is relaxed. We filmed this right before a big cold front was coming in and in was under misty and cold conditions and dirty stained water. I hope these tips and techniques help you catch some big bass in the cold weather, see you on the next fishing adventure!
Justin Rackley, known as Lakeforkguy in the fishing world, creates fishing and outdoor 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.
3/8 and 1/2 oz Home made flipping jigs
Shimano Antares HG –
G Loomis GLX 854 Jig and Worm
50lb Power Pro Max Cautro (Main Line)
20lb Seagar Blue Label Leader Line
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Rokinon 14mm WIDE –
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Fishing my favorite storm drain, this giant bass exploded on my popper and sent water flying! This was such an exciting bite and great place to fish!!
Lure- Rebel Pop R
Rod – Shimano Clarus 6 ft 8 in. medium
Reel- Diawa Exceller 2500HA
Largemouth Bass Fishing in West Point Mississippi on the Tenn Tom Waterway late May! Throwback video from 2011!!
In this Top 5 Lures video we will talk about my top 5 smallmouth bass fishing lures. Since smallie fishing is right around the corner, and I try to keep these Top 5 Lures videos seasonally relevant, this is the perfect time to get in a mindset of smallmouth fishing; whether that be from the river, or in a lake. We’ll also talk about rigging and retrieval for these lures, and tactics to help you hook up on active fish when you head out to the water.
Tips up, tight lines and have fun fishing!
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