A small clip of a short trip to the everglades this weekend. All fish caught were safely released. Enjoy thanks for watching Like & Subscribe
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Fish with live worms. Quick and easy learn How to Catch more Fish using worms as a live fishing bait. Keep your Worms of the Bottom and increase the size of Skinny Crawlers.
Insert Worm Blower into couple spots of worm and squeeze gently so as not to rupture the worm. This fishing technique will help you to increase your catch fish.
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Shallow cranking with squarebill, lipless, flat-sided, and other shallow running crankbaits is a technique that Greg Hackney is very confident in. Greg grew up fishing many bodies of water with an abundance of shallow cover and he learned how effective a crankbait can be around shallow cover. Greg found that a crankbait would work while the fish were active, but also the crankbait could entice reaction bites when the bass were inactive! In Greg’s shallow crankbait class, he will share from his experience and offer information on shallow cranking techniques, line, rods and reels, and crankbait selection. A few more things that you will learn by the end of this class are how to better deflect your baits for reaction strikes, how to successfully land bass hooked on crankbaits, how to select the appropriate cranking gear depending on the present conditions, and much more!
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During the post spawn months in April, May and June, there will often be some male bass that guard their fry heavily. You can catch these fish by seeing them before they see you and make long cast to them. I like a weightless stick style bait and I will work it fast through the school of fry like a feeding blue gill. This can trigger some aggressive strikes!
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Eric Haataja (Plano/Frabill Pro staffer) and Ben Royce (Plano Synergy Pro Staff Coordinator) caught a giant smallmouth bass in Southern Wisconsin on May 16th, 2014. It was caught on a Berkley Havoc Sick Fish Jr. on a pre-spawn bite. The Wisconsin state record is 9.1lbs and because they did not have a live well or a certified scale, this fish was released to be caught another day! They would not have killed this fish for a state record anyway as conservation is the name of the game for them and Plano and Frabill. An amazing fish and amazing content!
Ben Royce and Eric Haataja on May 16th, 2014 potentially caught and released a new Wisconsin State record bass that was 24 inches Long with a 20 inch girth. They released the fish. Record Smallmouth bass. #Huge Smallie# Biggest smallmouth bass on video ever# Monster Smallmouth bass# 9 lb smallmouth bass video.
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Spring Spawning Large Mouth Bass Fishing with strictly Strike King Spinnerbaits. A variety of weights and colors were used.
THE BIG BASS OF THE DAY IS AT THE END OF THE VIDEO.
May 13th Sand Hollow Reservoir in Hurricane, Utah
Water Temp: 67 Degrees
Most of the fishing was done in 30 feet or less of water.
All bass were catch and release.