Float Rig & Bottom Rig – Two Easy Fishing Rigs For Early Spring
In the first episode this week, I’m out there fishing with a float rig & a bottom rig which are two easy fishing rigs for early spring. Both rigs really are so simple they consist of just 2 or 3 components. The Realistic Rig aka bottom rig is just a hook and a couple of pinch on sinkers. The float rig is a bobber, with a pinch on sinker and a hook. Yes, that’s it! Using just a piece of worm on both rigs I end up catching a small bass, a warmouth sunfish and a bunch of bluegill and I caught all of these fish from the bank. If you want some easy fishing rigs for early spring, you could try a float rig and a bottom rig like the Realistic Rig.
Check it all out in the video below.
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I am the Realistic Fishing Champion!!! No Fake Sponsored Videos Here
Check it out, in the second episode this week I am the Realistic Fishing Champion! There really are no fake sponsored videos here. Today’s unboxing truly is amazing! I was excited to see I received a Realistic Fishing Championship Belt from a subscriber. A real person sent this to me with no strings attached. No, its not some marketing scheme designed to sell a subscription box and its not part of a profit driven fad trying to get you to buy something you really don’t need to succeed. These items are sent to the show by actual fishermen and fans of the most realistic fishing show on YouTube. Big thanks to everyone who sends things in to the show! The amount of support I receive truly is amazing and I am proud to be your Realistic Fishing Champion!
Check it out in the video below.
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Fishing for a Different Kind of Bass – Yellow Bass at Skeletor Park!
In the final episode this week I’m fishing for a different kind of bass, yellow bass at good old Skeletor Park. There are more bass out there than just largemouth and smallmouth bass. You may not know this but those aren’t even true bass. The yellow bass is a true bass! You can catch these guys on minnow imitating lures like Gulp minnows, or even jigs and grubs. Yellow bass are okay as far as eating them is concerned, and they are always a fun fish to catch. Be forewarned, watch out for those spines! So if you want to try fishing for a different kind of bass, maybe yellow bass is a good option for you.
Check it out in the video below!