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Artificial baits fall apart after awhile from fighting fish, naturally. Baits are not cheap. I dislike losing money AND wasting lures, so I continue to use the broken grub. Not every bait has to have a curly tail to catch fish. In this episode, I demonstrate how effective a tiny piece of grub can still catch multi-species and a big bass! Check my video!

Plus, in the end, enjoy the purple dusk sky and moon peaking through the clouds.

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The following gear I used in this video:
Berkley Powerbait Power Grub
Rapala BX Brat 6
Lews Custom Pro Reel (TLC3000)
Rapala Fish High Contrast Digital Scale
St. Croix 2-piece Rod 6 1/2″
Stren Original 330 Yard Spool, 8 lb test, clear blue
Berkley Trilene XL Monofilament 300 yard, 8lb
Daiwa Procyon EX Spinning Reel 3000
Boga Grip, 15 lb scale
Frabill Power Stow Net 20×24 Hoop 36in Sliding Handle

Werner Skagit Paddle
Stanley Fat Max 1/2″ X 6′ Fatmax Keychain Tape Measure
Panasonic HC-V770 HD Camcorder
GoPro Hero 8

dropshot for panfish

Bald Eagles are making a comeback, including in my area. I get a sighting of family of eagles, the mother and its offspring. Interestingly, the young eagle looks a little odd because it does not have a bald crown like an adult. The young has a blotchy feather pattern.

Plus, while fishing from the river edge, I use worms on the drop shot rig, and experiment with different lengths. between the hook and sinker. Success depends on the depth, structure and the kind of fish you are seeking.

Is the drop shot with worms effective for catching fish? What kind of fish am I able to catch on this presentation? Watch my short video and find out :)  Thanks for watching and enjoy!

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