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


When I go canoe/kayak fishing, I usually have a plan to start small and work my way to bigger fish. I couldn’t have planned it better myself because I catch Bluegill, a Crappie, a Channel Catfish, each being bigger than the last fish. And then end on a lunker of a Monster Bass. Happy Halloween everybody!

In this video, I feature my Largemouth Bass drawing. If you are interested to see more of my artwork, please check out My Shop.

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