11 Pound Bass!!!! Largemouth bass fishing in Alabama.

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How to fish a Ned Rig for Winter Bass by 1Rod1ReelFishing



Try out the Ned Rig, my goto pond bait for cold water bass!
First bass caught at 1:20
Big bass caught at 4:00

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Recommended gear – 6′ or 6’6″ light to medium power spinning rod/fast or extra fast action. Use light line 10 lb braid (with a fluorocarbon leader) or 6-8 lb fluorocarbon or monofilament

1/16 ounce to 1/8 ounce mushroom jighead with a 3″ stick bait reduced to 1.5″ to 2″

Tips – When fishing in cold conditions, the memory of fluorocarbon and monofilament can become troublesome. Therefore, try braided line in really cold weather for a tangle free fishing day!

Effective water temps – I prefer the ned rig in really cold or really warm water temperatures 37 – 45 degrees or 80 – 90 degrees

Ideal conditions -The clearer the water and the tougher the conditions, the more effective the ned rig will be compared to other finesse baits!

Colors – Natural translucent colors for clear water – watermelon seed, watermelon red, translucent brown. Try opaque colors in stained water like green pumpkin or green pumpkin magic.

Hookset – With finesse gear and light wire hooks, you want to avoid strong hooksets which can bend out the hooks. Try a light sweeping hookset or simply reeling in the bait with the rod tip up when you get a bite.

Note: When the water is cold, the bites will often feel very subtle. Either you won’t feel anything and you’ll see your line move off to the side, or you’ll feel a light “tick” when the bass picks up your bait. You probably won’t feel that classic “thump” as you would during the warmer months of the year.

Retrieval – I like to fish the ned rig similar to a shaky head. Drag it along the bottom a few inches at a time, and shake it when you get to a rock/stump. The colder the water, the slower the retrieve and include deadsticking (not moving/shaking the bait) the bait up to 20 seconds as the water temp drops below 45 degrees.

Where not to use the bait – Muddy water, where the visibility is less than 15 inches. The ned rig is a visual finesse technique, the bass must be able to the bait for this rig to be effective.

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Lures Used: Bass pro shops shroom jighead (1/8 ounce) with a 3″ bps stick-O (watermelon seed)
Rod/Reel/Line used: Shimano JDM Aldebaran BFS XG Limited (8:0:1 – 10 lb suffix 832 braid, 12 lb seaguar tatsu leader) with a BPS Bionic Blade micro 6’6″ med/fast

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Location: Ellicott City, Maryland
Date: December 5th, 2015
Primary Pattern: Slowly fishing the ned rig in shallow water adjacent to deeper water
Time Fished: 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Air Temp: 48 degrees
Water Temp: 42 degrees
Water Clarity: 18 inches
Conditions: Sunny with winds from the SE up to 4 mph
Hatcam Used: Gopro hero 4 silver (1080p, 60 FPS, medium FOV) – chesty + external audio

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Foggy Fall Bass Fishing in Maryland



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Lures Used: -Heddon Super Spook Jr. (1/2 ounce, chartreuse/pearl)
-Lucky Craft Pointed 78 (3/8 ounce, american shad)
-Strike King Red Eye Shad (1/4 ounce, sexy shad)
-Strike King KVD Heavy Cover Swim Jig (3/8 ounce, white, zoom swimming chunk trailer)

Rod/Reel/Line used:
-Team Daiwa Zillion Type R (7:3:1 – 14 lb Sunline Sniper Fluorocarbon) with a G Loomis GLX mbr783c 6’6″ MH/fast
-Team Daiwa Steez 103HA (6:3:1 – 20 lb suffix 832 braid, 15 lb seaguar tatsu leader – alberto knot) with a BPS Johnny Morris Carbonlite micro 6’6″ med/fast

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Location: Columbia, Maryland
Date: November 5th, 2015
Primary Pattern: Covering shallow water (1-3 feet) with shad imitating baits
Time Fished: 9 am – 11:30 am
Air Temp: High of 67 degrees, low of 62 degrees
Water Temp: 58 degrees
Water Clarity: 24 inches
Conditions: Overcast with winds from the south up to 3 mph
Hatcam Used: Gopro hero 4 silver (1080p, 60 FPS, medium FOV) – chesty + external audio

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Overview – Wasn’t even planning on fishing today, but I woke up saw the clouds, felt the warm weather, and was like, “damn, I gotta fish today.” I would’ve been up and out on the water earlier, but spend the night at my girlfriend’s place, so of course we went to sleep late after a “netflix and chill night – Andrew Flair style.” Everyone can blame Emily for this video not having as many fish caught as I would have if I had gotten on the water in time for the morning bite like I would have preferred 😛

It was really cool (and spooky) fishing in the intense fog. Very appropriate since we just celebrated halloween. The somewhat stained water and low light conditions called for a bait that could be easily seen/heard. My pearl/chartreuse super spook jr. with loud rattles did the trick as I fooled a chunky 1.5 lber to taking my bait after 30 minutes or so.

I figured there would be fish hanging around the shallowest part of the lake where the creek runs in, and I was surprised that I wasn’t able to entice any strikes. I worked my way towards the middle of the lake when I got my biggest fish of the day at one of my most productive spots. A bottle neck that bass like to school up around especially when its windy. Got that one on one of my favorite shad imitating baits, a lucky craft pointer.

I only had time to fish for another 90 minuets or so after that bass since I had to prepare for my trip to Ohio to fish with Jon B. But I did manage a couple small dinks to round out my morning, a fish a fish right? All in all, was super glad I managed to get a couple hours of fishing in on this beautiful November morning, not sure how long this amazing weather will hold out for, then I’ll want to kill myself once ice starts forming 🙁

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