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At a small creek, I carefully cast my line around heavy tree cover to find aggressive Bluegill. Then, later, in the video, I test out the Berkley Powerbait Trout Worm, fake lure presentation, to see if it entices bites from fish. Am I able to catch anything in a shallow stream? Watch and find out :)

I have to abbreviate the fun due to an oncoming rainstorm and dangerous thunder. However, before that, I get nice underwater footage of a young Snapping Turtle that is curious about my camera and fishing activity. I never thought I would say that a Snapper is cute. But this turtle is truly cute!

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While fishing for Bluegill and Panfish, I catch My First Carp by chance! I use a 6 1/2 foot long Fenwick Eagle 2-piece rod, 8 pound line and size 10 circle hook on a dropshot rig. I believe I am able to catch and reel in this awesome fish because I use a worm, the water is murky, and I handle it nice and slowly.

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As a bass fisherman, perhaps I caught lightening in a bottle? If you caught a fish in an unconventional way, let me know in the comments.

What makes the Ned Rig so successful? The secret is in the short, but fat size of the soft plastic which is perfect, under 3-iinches, for catching Bass and even aggressive Sunfish. Instead of using the rubber worm in the traditional Ned Rig method, I simply put the bait on a weedless Keitech hook and just watch the fish jump on it!

Plus, in this video, I get my first sighting of a live eel. A very interesting looking creature to see in person.

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Enjoy and Happy Labor Day weekend everybody!

what fish go for ultralight rippin rap

For fishing, I like using the Rippin’ Rap lipless crankbait, by Rapala, to cover a lot of water, and I found a miniature version. I take the size 4 ultra-light lure, in Yellow Perch pattern, on a test run to see what kind of fish will chase it. I am happy to say that I catch four different species of fish during my test, including some bass and big white perch. Check out my video!

Also, while canoe fishing, I catch the smallest Striped Bass ever! Perhaps I am on my way to catch more Stripers in the near future.

jigging for bluegill and catfish

On a warm Summer day, I just want to do basic Bluegill fishing at a small pond. Fish love to hide under piers, away from the hot bright sun, so I target Sunfish. In the meantime, I get a pleasant surprise of different species. I catch Channel Catfish too because they are attracted to the commotion of Bluegill around my jigging action. Most of the fish are small, some are even micro-sized, but it is big fun.

Plus, in this video, my cat, Hops, guest stars, showing how he is hungry just like a Bass, but more lovable and huggable.

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small vs big crankbait challenge

Which lure catches more fish, a small or big crankbait? I do a personal challenge by using both a micro Bagley Rattlin Honey B and a Rapala BX Brat, and see which gets more Bass and Bluegill. Note: This is not a scientific test, but just having a fun activity while fishing.

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using hummingbird to find fishing spots

‪If you go to a lake or river that you are not familiar with, using a fish finder is a useful tool. It helps to let you know how deep the water is, what the structure is below, and the temperature, not to mention if there are fish in the area. Today, I use the Humminbird Fish Finder and see if I can find some good spots to catch fish.‬

See how I use a depth finder in action in my video :)  Also, in this video, I catch the biggest Pumpkinseed Sunfish!

berkley_gulp_nightcrawler_for_panfish

On a summer day, I fish (catch and release) for Panfish, such as Bluegill and Crappie, using a realistic-looking worm. I test the product to see if the plastic bait, called Berkley Gulp Nightcrawlers, actually work to attract fish. Watch my video and find out :)

In this video, I fish so late into the evening that the Geese fly home and the Bats come out!

telescoping travel rod

Fishing rods are very long and can be cumbersome to carry around. Have no fear, I found a rod that is collapsible and portable. This 7-foot long Telescoping Rod by Kastking can pack down to under 22 inches! I originally got it so that I can travel more easily on a plane because the rod fits nicely in your luggage. However, with the virus scare going on, I am not planning to fly anytime soon. So, now I just use the travel rod more locally. It is nice to just stash it in the car and be ready whenever I feel like going to a nearby pond.

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Also, in the video, I encounter a young Raccoon, while I am canoeing. The little raccoon is interested in me. He stares and keeps scratching. Itchy are we?

drifting worm in creek

Here is a lazy weekend video, simple fishing for Bluegill in a small creek. During this outing, I get some nice surprises. My first Green Sunfish which looks like a miniature version of a Largemouth Bass. It is a new species for me. And I get a nice-sized Smallmouth Bass, hiding among the school of bluegill.

Plus, I see an Egret bird with a fish catch of its own, a baby catfish. The catfish is a little too big to fit in the egret’s throat. Oops!

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Happy 4th of July, everybody!

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