In this episode I’m out trout fishing with a bottom rig and a float rig to see which rig works better with gulp worms & power eggs. I’ve found a fairly dependable trout fishing spot, so its time to do a little experimentation with different bait and rigs. I don’t get any bites when I start off with the float rig and a gulp worm. I then switch to the power eggs and I still don’t get any bites. I catch a trout on the first cast after removing the float! I also was able to catch a trout on the worm!
We see how to fish with a twister tail grub in today’s episode of beginner fishing lure tips – and you’ll see surprised how easy it is. A twister tail grub is one of the first artificial baits new fishermen encounter. It can actually catch fish when rigged with a jig head. I’ll show you how to tie two of them on at the same time to double your chances. After you catch a couple of fish you can change colors to see which color the fish prefer.
Sunfish and Yellow bass are a few of the fish that often go for a twister tail grub. The fish was going after the Chartreuse grubs today and I did really well before finally losing the grub.
If you’re looking for an easy way to catch carp, try using bread when sight fishing for carp. Some bread and a hook is all you’ll really need.
If you notice carp swimming nearby when you’re at the water fishing, wad up a ball of bread, add it to your hook and wait. There’s nothing else to it.
I was next to some trees in the water and looking to see what I could catch. Braided line was used to get the fish out of the cover. Give sight fishing for carp with bread a try if you want to see how it feels to catch a powerful fish. That’s all there is to catching carp the easy way.