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The Bass Bite, Defection Connection

The Bass Bite, Defection Connection

The Bass Bite, Defection Connection Certain situations can create a reaction bite from the family of fish known as the bass. One that gets little attention (except from the fish) is the deflection strike. Through summer and into fall the bass receive a lot of fishing...
Minnow “Pluggin” for Bass | Bass Fishing Basics

Minnow “Pluggin” for Bass | Bass Fishing Basics

Minnow “Pluggin” for Bass | Bass Fishing Basics Lets talk Bass Fishing Basics. Bass and many other gamefish will prey on just about anything that will fit in their mouths. Crawfish, trout and a few other forms of fish food are high energy, but most wild things are...
S10E11 Kayak Fishing Drakes Bay Costa Rica Pt2

S10E11 Kayak Fishing Drakes Bay Costa Rica Pt2

Our adventure with A Band Of Anglers at Aguila De Osa Lodge in Costa Rica continues in this Episode of The Kayak Fishing Show with Jim Sammons. Targeting Roosters, Cubera snapper and Dorado at this amazing location makes for another great show. Join Jim as we air this...
Spare the Rod | Kayak Fishing Rod Set Up

Spare the Rod | Kayak Fishing Rod Set Up

Spare the Rod With unlimited offerings how do you figure out which rods to have and which to take with each time you head out to the water? Anglers are bombarded with ads for every type of equipment including fishing rods. Simply stated rods are like golf clubs,...
Confessions of a Jig Junkie | Kayak Bass Fishing Tips

Confessions of a Jig Junkie | Kayak Bass Fishing Tips

Cast em, flip em, pitch em, they catch bass everywhere. The first ones were made of bear hair, rabbit and fox fur…they’re jigs. Jigs might be viewed as simple nothing could be further from the truth. Variations include but are not limited to, size, weight, color and...
Suwannee Bass By Kayak | River Gems

Suwannee Bass By Kayak | River Gems

Suwannee Bass by Kayak | River Gems By Jean Wilson Of all the black bass species found worldwide, the beautiful Suwannee bass has the smallest range and geographic distribution which just luckily happens to be in the rivers of my backyard. How fortunate to get to...