Summer Fishing From a Dock – Realistic Fishing for Bass and Bluegill
In the first episode this week, we are doing some summer fishing from a dock. This is realistic fishing for bass and bluegill on a very hot summer night. I start things off fishing away from the dock with a Texas Rig worm. I end up catching a largemouth bass at cinder block point. Then I catch another bass on the very next cast! Before the sun goes down I decide to try a Gulp minnow from the dock. From the dock I catch a nice mix of bluegill with a few nice fish mixed in.
If those hot summer days aren’t producing fish, maybe try fishing from a dock at night. You might be able to catch a few nice bass and bluegill.
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Realistic Fishing Giveaway Announcement! Beware Fishing Scammers!
In this episode, I have a very unfortunate Fishing Giveaway Announcement. Beware Fishing Scammers! They are out there. Recently I’ve seen a large amount of scammers commenting on fishing videos from Realistic Fishing AND other channels. These scammers pretend to be the channel owner and announce that you have won a giveaway. THIS IS A SCAM! The Best way to protect yourself is to look at the User’s Name. It won’t be the name Realistic Fishing or the name of whatever channel you are watching. DO NOT give these people any information, do not contact them. Instead, block and report them immediately. I don’t want to see anyone in the fishing community fall victim to a scam like this. I’ve reported these comment scammers to YouTube multiple times and unfortunately I’m suspending all giveaways until YouTube can get this figured out.
See it all in the video below!
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Fishing With Subscribers Lures! Texas Rig Bass Fishing When Its HOT
In the final episode this week, I’m bass fishing with subscribers’ lures! Texas Rig bass fishing when its hot can be hit or miss. After opening a really awesome box full of fishing lures, I start fishing with the Bio Spawn Plasma Tail. I didn’t catch anything over at the log, so I switched things up to a Baby Brush Hog. Within a few casts, I catch a bass that weighed around 1.5 lbs. I didn’t catch anything else so I take a break for a day and a half because its way too hot outside. I finally pick it back up and I try the worm again and I catch 2 more nice bass. Stay tuned for Part Two of Texas Rig Bass Fishing when its hot.
Check it out in the video below!