Giant Bass Eats a Mouse. Top Water Bass Fishing with a Field Mouse.

Lure: Field Mouse
Rod: 7' St. Croix Avid
Reel: Lews Team Pro
Line: Stren 17 lb. mono

I had a blast filming this video of these bass attacking the top water mouse. I wanted to see if the fish here in Alabama would eat a swimming mouse, and these big bass proved that a mouse wouldn't stand a chance swimming across a lake.

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Frog Fishing in the Fall – Topwater Bass

Fishing for largemouth bass in the fall with hollow-bodied topwater frogs.

Bait: River2Sea Bully Wa 2 (mud bird)
Tackle: 65 lb Power Pro braid

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Bass Fishing-Fall Small Mouth On Susquehanna River

Hit the river for some fall fishing. Feeding up for winter is on the fish we got we strong and healthy. We had an awesome double header fish were flying everywhere.
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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


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
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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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How to Catch More Bass with Buzz Toads

A buzz toad is a buzzbait with a soft plastic toad in place of a skirt as the body of the bait. It is a noisy intruder to a bass feeding shallow, and while it might be an annoyance to a bass, it’s a lot of fun for the angler.

Terry Bolton provides the proof, lighting them up on a buzz toad during a day of fishing for post spawn bass. Terry fishes a fast reel and heavy braid but you should pay special attention to the hookset wielding this heavy-duty equipment. It’s easy to want to set the hook at the sight of the blow-up, but waiting until you feel the weight of the fish will guarantee you a solid hookset and avoid prematurely pulling away from the fish. A trailer hook is also essential for maximizing hookups and keeping your toad intact.

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Frog Fishing Tournament!!

Frog fishing tournament to test out new prop frogs.
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Rod: 7′ 1 G. Loomis Heavy Frog Casting
Reel: Lews Team Pro Mag
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