Some days bass are as lazy as zombies. Try these tips to catch them.
I hope this video helps everyone when it comes to pre spawn bass fishing. I go over what I look for before I even get to the lake and what I do once I am on the water. Make sure to Subscribe! Also follow me on twitter and like my facebook page at:
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This video I show you some tips to use when fishing for white bass (sand bass) during their spawning runs up creeks and rivers. I share a technique that I use for shallow water fishing. This technique involves using a float to suspend a jig while reeling in straight or slowing twitching it back. This is deadly for white bass, crappie, bluegills, and largemouth.
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It was a tough day. Hopefully I put something together that helps you catch bass on a Prespawn post cold front day.
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In this short fishing tips video, Lake Fork Bass Guide Stephen Fatherree http://www.mylakeforkguide.com shows which search baits work best for pre-spawn bass fishing. A rattle trap, flat crankbait, and chatterbait are all great fishing lures for locating and catching big bass in shallow water. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k514OeyxOw
Lake Fork Bass Fishing Tips and Techniques
Get out there with the gang from FLE FLY as they show you how to use the Bendable Minnow jigging spoon. They show you how to locate White Bass on fish finders then set up and catch them!
Had an awesome day of fishing at Lake Mead. Caught 5 fish with the biggest (Fish #1) coming in at 3.5lbs or so. Really stoked I got a second chance. Switched to a second spot and kept catching dinkers. Great fun nonetheless.
Shot with a GoPro Hero 3 HD with Chesty mount.
Evan and Jared hit some deep water structure spots in search of winter Sand Bass. You can catch quality “cloud bass” on most of Southern California’s reefs, stones, and rock piles. Its all about connecting the dots on a given day. Check out some of the gear that we use below!
Accurate Boss Valiant:
Accurate Boss Fury:
Power Pro Braided Line:
Seaguar Fluorocarbon Leader:
Tady Surface Iron:
James Holst fishes with Paul Delaney, owner of Late Eyes Guide Service @ http://www.lateeyessportfishing.com/. James and Paul use a “spot and stalk” approach to catch big smallmouth in the shallow, crystal clear waters of Green Bay near Washington Island.
Videographer: Ben Larson
Editors: Greg Huff, Ben Larson
Graphics & Sound: Ben Larson
Producer: James Holst
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