No Boat Needed To Catch Bass! – Avoiding Boats While Bass Fishing

No Boat Needed To Catch Bass Avoiding Boats While Bass Fishing - Realistic Fishing

That is right folks, no boat needed to catch bass! In this episode, I’m avoiding boats while bass fishing. Have you ever caught a couple of fish and then all of a sudden there is a boat fishing next to you? This happens to me occasionally. I start out fishing with a Roboworm and I catch a couple of bass. Then a boat that was down a way comes over and starts casting right past where I am. So, I go to the spot where they just came from and I catch a nice bass in the spot they just left. After they leave the dock area, I fish over there and catch another one!

No, you don’t need a boat to catch bass, and sometimes it can be a pain trying to avoid them.

Check it all out in the video below.

YouTube player

8,820 YouTube Views


Bass Fishing at the Boat Ramp – Fishing Near Dock and Boat Launch

Bass Fishing at the Boat Ramp Fishing Near Dock and Boat Launch - Realistic Fishing

In the first episode this week, we’re bass fishing at the boat ramp! This local park has good fishing near the dock and the boat launch. I have about 30 minutes to fish before it gets too dark to see what’s happening. So I start things out with a wacky rigged worm but I don’t catch any fish. Then I decide to switch over to a Texas Rig. I go with one of my confidence lures, a Havoc Pit Boss. After walking past a pile of dead fish, I catch that first bass right over the boat ramp. Then I catch another…and another! Boat ramps as well as docs can be a great place for bass fishing.So if you have a few minutes to fish, try fishing near a boat launch.

See it all in the video below!

YouTube player

9,064 YouTube Views


Bass Fishing With a $30 Walmart Baitcaster in Terrible Conditions

Bass Fishing With a 30 Walmart Baitcaster in Terrible Conditions - Realistic Fishing

In the final episode this week, I’m out bass fishing with my $30 Walmart Baitcaster in terrible conditions. Its windy, its raining, and the fishing is pretty tricky. But that won’t stop me from trying! I start out the day fishing with a Powerbait Power Worm. I get a couple of bites, but I don’t catch anything. Then I switch over to the wacky rig and finally catch that first bass. After switching to the final lure of the day, a Texas Rig craw, I catch my biggest bass of the day. The baitcaster held up well and fished through some terrible conditions. Can you go bass fishing with a $30 Walmart baitcaster in the wind and rain? Absolutely! Can you be successful and catch some fish in those conditions? You sure can!

Check it out in the video below!

YouTube player

19,562 YouTube Views

Recommended Posts