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Do you collect so many lures and baits that you lose track of them? Well, I found a 3-inch soft plastic, at the bottom of my tackle box, that is called the Shaker, by Reins, a Japanese company. I originally acquired the bait, a year ago, from a fishing show. I take it out canoe/kayak fishing for a test to see if it can attract any fish.

Plus, in my video, my friends and I do a park clean up, to give back to nature and the community.

Check out my quick test of the imported lure in my video! Happy 4th of July everybody!

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It has been a very rainy Spring and on a drizzly overcast day, the fish are hiding from another oncoming storm. As I am tired of waiting for a sunny day, I take the challenge to locate fish, from my canoe/kayak, and end up getting small fish, but it is multi-species fun action! Plus, while on the water, I love seeing turtles, and I get pretty close to an eagle.

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Recently, I catch big healthy Yellow Perch in crystal clear waters of a mountain lake. The Yellow Perch I catch in urban waters are much smaller in comparison. Today, I find fish by using my Humminbird Fishin Buddy. I use the Ned Rig and feel bites, then switch to the dropshot.

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Plus, I show off the Humminbird fish finder to my paddling friend and she is impressed by it. Join us in our little adventure.

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In this episode of my Bite-sized Fishing series, I only have a limited time to go canoe/kayak fishing before sunset. I try using real and fake worms to catch whatever will bite this late Fall, in this quick personal challenge. Which bait will catch the biggest fish? Watch my video and find out!

Plus, my backyard is over-populated by a horde of migrating Starling birds! There are so many that they start attacking my bird feeder.

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Check out my other video series, Tiny River Monster, where I catch aggressive White Perch!

The following gear I used in this video:
Berkley Gulp! Alive! Nightcrawler, Natural, 6″
Gamakatsu 02405 Octopus, size 10 (10-Pack)
St. Croix Triumph Spinning Rod 6′ 6″ (TRS66MF2)
Daiwa Procyon EX Spinning Reel 3000
Stren Monofilament 8 lb test
Boga Grip
Frabill Power Stow Net 20×24 Hoop 36in Sliding Handle
Aqua Bound Sting Ray Hybrid 2-Piece Kayak Paddle
Panasonic HC-V800 HD Camcorder
GoPro Hero8 Black

I found a jar of bait that looked interesting. It contained the smallest bait I ever saw, Maggots that are foamy and infused with a vinegar-type scent to attract fish.

Do you think Panfish will eat these tiny fake maggots? Watch and find out as I put them to the test while canoe/kayak fishing.

Also, in this video, I come across a passionate fisherman who used to be a guide. Plus, I include some footage of my cat who loves to watch nature on TV and look outside the window.

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The following gear I used in this video:
Berkley Gulp! Maggots
Gamakatsu 02405 Octopus, size 10 (10-Pack)
St. Croix Triumph Spinning Rod 6′ 6″ (TRS66MF2)
Daiwa Procyon EX Spinning Reel 3000
Stren Monofilament 8 lb test
Rapala Balsa Xtreme Brat 3, Hot Dang
Boga Grip
Frabill Power Stow Net 20×24 Hoop 36in Sliding Handle
Aqua Bound Sting Ray Hybrid 2-Piece Kayak Paddle
Panasonic HC-V800 HD Camcorder
GoPro Hero8 Black

The classic and old reliable lure for catching Northern Pike is the Inline Spinner “Black Fury” by Mepps. Once you hook onto an aggressive Pike, get ready for a long battle. There is no guarantee you will land the strong predatory fish but the big treble hook gives you a fighting chance.

In this video, there is good news and bad news. The bad news: I catch a pike with the spinner, but then lose it. The good news: I get a second chance!

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Check out some of my other Pike fishing videos:
A Surprise Pike While Canoe Bass Fishing
Canoe Fishing For Fall River Pike
Small Lure Catches Pike

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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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.

Check out my test and review video :)

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?

gopro8_test_for_paddling

Hey everybody! In a previous outdoor video, I had tested the GoPro Hero 8 Black while biking. This time, I try it out while canoe paddling. I test the video quality, image stabilization and waterproof features of the action camera. While on the water, I catch (and release) a big bass.

Is the small but expensive gadget worth the price? Watch the camera in action in my video. Enjoy!

st croix travel rod

In my latest Outdoor & Nature video, I test out the strength of a 2-piece travel rod by St. Croix brand. Just to let you know, a 2-piece fishing rod is good for portability, but it is not normally as strong as a 1-piece. I get to see if it can handle aggressive fish from Sunfish to Bass to the powerful Northern Pike!

When I launch my Canoe at a river, it is usually uneventful. But suddenly, I find myself surrounded by thousands of Blackbirds. So in the spirit of Halloween, here is my video. Don’t be too scared. Blackbirds are harmless. Or are they?!

Happy Halloween y’all!

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