Trashy Fishing Spots and Winter Fishing From Shore (Realistic)

Trashy Fishing Spots and Winter Fishing from Shore - Realistic Fishing

Today I’m dealing with trashy fishing spots while winter fishing from shore. This is what Realistic Fishing looks like around here right now. I found a vodka bottle at the boat ramp, lovely. I also picked up some other trash before I left. After the weather cleared up I tried some fishing at the log. The cold windy weather has slowed the bite down, but I did get a few strikes.

I’m able to get one nice skipjack in my hand which is better than empty liquor bottles. We all deal with trash at our fishing spots. I do something about it. Maybe you do too.

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I Broke My Favorite Lure! Can I Still Catch Fish With It? (Realistic)

I Broke My Favorite Lure Can I Still Catch Fish With It - Realistic Fishing

In the second episode this week – Uh oh! I Broke My favorite lure! Can I still catch fish with it even though its missing one set of hooks? This fishing trip started out OK with a few fish being caught here and there but then I noticed one of my hooks was broken. Then I tried to straighten the remaining piece of the treble hook and it snapped off! These hooks sure are brittle. Anyway, I continued fishing and was able to catch two more fish despite the lure being broken. If you don’t have time to replace a broken treble hook, you can still catch fish on the lure if it has another set.

Check it out in the video below!

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Replacing Treble Hooks on a Lure and Testing it Out Skipjack Fishing!

Replacing Treble Hooks on a Lure and Testing it Out Skipjack Fishing - Realistic Fishing

In the final episode this week, I go over replacing treble hooks on a lure and then I test it out with some skipjack fishing! Since the trout fishing wasn’t any good, I decided to fix my fishing lure. The artificial minnow with treble hooks was in need of repair so I took a treble hook from a different fishing lure to replace it on my favorite. You can use spilt ring pliers, or even your thumbnail to replace the hooks. After going over how to replace a treble hook, I test it out fishing for skipjack. I end up catching 2 fish and I think the new treble hooks will work just fine.

See how it all went down in the video below!

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