Realistic Bass Fishing with Texas Rig Soft Plastic Craws (Craw Fatty)
On Realistic Fishing, the first episode this week finds us bass fishing with Texas Rig Soft Plastic Craws aka a Craw Fatty. When fishing from the bank, the Berkley Havoc Craw Fatty is still a fish catcher. Despite the rising fishing pressure I end up catching two largemouth bass this morning. On the first cast, I get one of the bass near a dock. I catch another fish near a shallow weed line. I’m happy with the progress I’m making trying some left handed baitcasting. If you have any Havoc Craw Fatty soft plastics sitting around, don’t give up on them, you may end up catching some nice fish.
Watch it all happen in the video below.
17,004 YouTube Views
Realistic Bass Fishing From a Boat with Texas Rig Craws and Worms
In this week’s second episode I’m bass fishing from a boat with worms and texas rig craws. I had a little more time today so I decided to do some fishing from the boat. The first lure I used is a 6th Sense Craw & after some time working it, I did catch a nice bass eventually. I switched to a plastic worm after that & I got a bite that ended up tearing my worm in half. Then I switched back to the craw and I got one more bite while out in the weeds. Sadly I was only able to get one bass in the boat today. Always makes me wonder if I would have caught more fishing my favorite spots from the bank.
Check it out in the video below.
12,476 YouTube Views
Wacky Rig vs Texas Rig – Bass Fishing with Plastic Worms and Craws
In the final episode of the week, we’re trying a texas rig vs wacky rig for bass fishing using plastic worms and craws. First we try the wacky rig worm from Powerbait. I try fishing it for a while & then I decide to change to a Texas rig craw. This craw from 6th Sense has caught several bass in quite a few videos and we see this video is no exception. I end up catching two largemouth bass in the same area I had just fished while using the worm without a single bite. Sometimes the fish just want to see a 4 inch craw crawling on the bottom. So next time you’re out there and find that you can’t get a bite on the wacky rig, try switching it up to a Texas Rig.
See how it went down in the video below.