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On this warmish Autumn day, I do canoe/kayak fishing for panfish. I test which bait performs better, a short Powerbait Floating Trout Worm (1.5 inches) or a long Reins Shaker worm (2.5 inches). The trick is to find out what the fish want, from day to day. Watch what happens in my video as I try both worms out.

Plus, I see several happy Painted Turtles enjoying this Indian Summer Day in the Fall time.

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The following gear I used in this video:
Reins Shaker 2 1/2 inch
Powerbait Floating Trout Worm
Fenwick Eagle Spinning 2-piece rod
Gamakatsu Octopus Circle Hook-10 Per Pack (size 8)
Reaction Tackle Lead Drop Shot, 1/4 oz
Daiwa Procyon EX Spinning Reel 3000
Stren Original 330 Yard Spool, 8 lb test, clear blue
Boga Grip
Frabill Power Stow Net 20×24 Hoop 36in Sliding Handle
Aqua Bound Sting Ray Hybrid 2-Piece Kayak Paddle
Stanley Fat Max 1/2″ X 6′ Fatmax Keychain Tape Measure

Canon Vixia HF R800
GoPro Hero 8

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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sketch: yellow perch

December 12, 2020

The Yellow Perch is a fish species found in North American rivers and lakes. They are a beautiful fish adorned with orange fins and a tiger-like pattern on its body. They are a cold-water fish, so they can be enjoyed for sporting well into the winter for ice fishing. Yellow Perch are probably the best tasting freshwater fish too, especially cooked in a fish fry.

This is my sketch of a Yellow Perch in all its vivid glory. I feature my drawing in my fishing video on my channel, about panfishing with fake maggots. Check it out if you haven’t already! My video is action-packed!

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

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