Top 10 Reasons to Buy a CHEAP Baitcaster after 1 Month of Testing!!!
In the first episode this week, we review my top ten reasons to buy a cheap baitcaster after 1 month of testing it out! I have been fishing with the $30 Ozark Trail Baitcaster for just over a month and I’ve caught many many bass. Here are ten of the best bass from the last month of Realistic Fishing using the cheap baitcaster. The fish range between .75 lbs to 3 lbs and all of them were caught with no problems reeling them in.
While catching fish is the main reason I would buy any combo, being cheap makes it a good option for beginners. Its easy to use and can easily be replaced should it get damaged or lost. And as we can see, it sure does the job. Check it all out in the video below.
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Hot Summer Morning Bass Fishing With a Powerbait Plastic Crawfish
In this episode, we’re fishing on a hot summer morning with a PowerBait plastic crawfish. The PowerBait Crazy Legs Chigger Craw is a scented soft plastic craw imitator. I’m fishing it on a Texas Rig from the bank and I mange to catch a total of two largemouth bass after trying 4 different locations. The fishing is tough in the summer due to the high temperatures and added fishing pressure because everyone’s out there trying to catch some. There are a lot of people out fishing, even at 6:30 in the morning. If you have a chance to fish on a hot summer morning, you just might want to try a Powerbait Craw.
See it all in the video below!
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GO TO Bass Fishing Rig When Its HOT! Try Bass Fishing With a Texas Rig
In the final episode this week, do you want to know one of my Go To bass fishing rigs when its HOT? Try bass fishing with a Texas Rig worm. Its been HOT outside with temperatures in the 90s for the past two weeks. Even at night the heat can be unbearable, but you can still catch bass. One of my favorite rigs when its hot out is a Texas Rigged Stick worm like a Senko or a Yum Dinger. Tonight I am able to catch three bass from the bank when its 90 degrees outside. If you’re having trouble catch bass during this heat wave, maybe try a Texas Rig. You just might leave with a few bass.
Check it out in the video below!