Start Fishing For Bluegill Today! Beginner Fishing Setup for $10 (EASY)
In the first episode this week, we check out how you can start fishing for bluegill today! I got this beginner fishing setup for only $10 at Walmart and it is super easy to use. Using artificial minnows called Gulp Alive Minnows, I’m able to catch a bunch of bluegill from the bank. Using a simple float rig I catch a a few big bluegill, including the BULLGILL. So if you are thinking about taking up fishing, bluegill are a great place to start. The $10 Ozark Trail fishing combo is very affordable and it has caught many fish you can see in previous episodes including largemouth bass. So if you want an easy and affordable way to get into fishing, bluegill fishing just might be right for you.
See it all in the video below!
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Venom Lures Mighty Mite Saves The Day!! Ned Rig Hellgrammite for Bass
In this episode, the Venom Lures Mighty Mite saves the day! This ned rig hellgrammite is good for bass fishing when it seems like the bass aren’t committing to anything. I had a pretty tough time finding a good spot to fish today. Boat traffic, loud music, and oh yeah, decaying flesh all made for an unusual day. I did manage to catch a bass on a wacky rig Yum Dinger earlier in the day. The last fish of the day was caught on the Venom Mighty Mite. When it seems like the fish aren’t biting, consider trying a hellgrammite ned rig. It just might get you another bass.
Check it all out in the video below.
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Bass Fishing With a Home Made DIY Senko! Texas Rig Soft Plastic Worm
In the final episode this week, I’m bass fishing with a home made DIY senko lure! Fishing with Texas Rig soft plastic worms can get bites when it seems like nothing else is working. These hand made worms were sent to the show by a subscriber along with a bunch of other nice lures. By Texas Rigging the lure, I am able to fish it from the bank and not get snagged. The first bass I catch is nice and is around one pound. Then while fishing near the dock, I catch a big bass over two pounds! I even end up catching a bonus fish on a wacky rig after stopping at another spot. So don’t be afraid to fish for bass with a home made senko. It really is a great lure for Texas Rig bass fishing.
Check it out in the video below!