FishAngler Quick Tips: Tackle Box

Hey everyone, welcome to FishAngler Quick Tips! Today we'll be going over the Tackle Box To access the Tackle Box, tap "More" on the navbar then tap "Tackle Box"

The Tackle Box is a place where you can store and view your favorite baits and other fishing tools It's also so you can quickly tag your catch with what bait you use whenever you add a post or catch If we tap one of the items in the Tackle Box, it'll take us to a small profile page about that item If you want to remove from the Tackle Box, you can tap the bottom here or we can swipe left In my tackle box you can see that I have four natural baits and two rod-and-reel types

To add items to your tackle box, simply tap "add item" at the bottom You'll be given six categories Today we'll go with "Lures" Let's go with Logic Lures, Plastics and we'll go with the top choice here, the Plastic Flutter Tail 4 To select, we can tap the empty circle next to the name, or for more info I can tap the name of the lure, I can add to the tackle box by tapping the bottom, and if we go back to our tackle box we can see that this new lure has been added

No matter what category you're in, you can always add custom gear For example if you can't find a certain manufacturer in the catalog or let's say you make your own lure all you have to do is tap the plus sign in the top right hand corner be sure to save your custom entry after you add a photo and other model information

The Best Texas Rig Tips (Because They Work!) | Bass Fishing

Keri May: The next three tips are going to be about Texas-Rigging Ott DeFoe: Texas-Rigging

The first thing that comes to mind is to match the hook to the bait, you know, to make sure you're using the right size and the right kinda hook You know, whether you need a wide gap or a standard worm hook or a straight shank hook I carry all three and I use all three So, you know, just different situations, different plastics Don't have time to go through all that right now, but make sure you research it and see which hook fits which bait best

Next would be if I'm Texas-Rigging, I'd kinda consider that a little bit of a finesse technique, most of the time, so I'm gonna use as light a weight as possible where with a jig, sometimes I'll go heavier and try to get more of a reaction With a Texas Rig, I'm typically gonna go light because I want something a little more natural and that's what I'm gonna do with the Texas Rig Number three, would be, again, on your colors, you know? Keep it simple We travel all across the country and I catch bass on say, a Bass Pro River Bug I carry about five or six colors

I use three of them a lot Keri May: Keep it simple Ott DeFoe: Right You don't need a whole bunch of different colors to catch bass anywhere you go Brandon Palaniuk: I would say the same thing applies with that, a lot of it, as the jig fishing, right? It's a technique that you can fish in a lot of different situations, a lot of different scenarios, and a lot of different baits, right? So, the first thing would be choosing the right bait for the situation because you can take a Texas Rig, you can put a 10-inch Zoom Ol' Monster worm on it, you can throw a little tiny Flippin' bait on it

So, I would say choosing the right bait for those situations and then, I would say a lot of it's the same Choosing the right weight size, right? If I'm fishing up shallow, a lot of times it'll be a little bit lighter If you go offshore, it gets windy like it is today Keri May: Like it is today, yeah Brandon Palaniuk: you wanna keep it down a little bit, so go with a little bit heavier weight

Then also, a lot of it is choosing the right hook, adapting that to the bait, you know? If I'm flipping, a lot of times I'll go with a straight shank flipping hook But when I move offshore, I like to go with a worm-style hook or something that's maybe a little bit longer and has an offset shank bend to it Jacob Wheeler: Texas Rigs, okay I'll tell you what, I've caught a few bass on Texas Rigs in my day and Texas Rigs definitely will play no matter where you're at But my favorite thing with Texas Rig, no doubt, is a 10-inch worm in the summertime

Throwing it around brush piles, it's something that absolutely catches them But for me, when I'm Texas-Rigging a big worm out deep, I like to actually make sure my weight is not pegged And the reason for that is when I bring that over that brush pile, that weight almost free-falls weightless, and so I feel I get a few more bites So, if you're fishing brush or fishing around a lot of cover a little bit offshore, stop pegging your weight You might get a few more bites

Also, when I'm fishing a bait that I'm flipping that is a glide bait, almost sorta like those beaver-style baits, you know, a Biffle Bug without the legs on it Anything that glides, I do not peg my weight and the reason for that is because you want your bait to glide a lot more, you don't peg it Or a tube is a great example If you're Texas-Rigging a tube, it'll glide a lot more if you don't peg your baits to, you know, have appendages on them So, your more cross-style baits, like a hammer cross, something like that, peg those

So those are the three things that I would recommend Definitely works for me Edwin Evers: Texas-Rigging, number one tip is make sure your worm is straight I see so many people that do not line that worm up with the seam You know, there's a seam where that mold closes

Make sure your worm's straight You know, I really prefer a round bend hook You just have the bestthe best hooking percentage would be my second tip, you know, like a good Mustad Round Bend Hook And then third, the fall rate, you know, I would just think about what size weight you're gonna use, you know? The lighter the weight, the slower it's gonna make you work that bait The heavier the weight, the faster you can work it So, experiment with different size worm weights See if it changes the amount of bites you get

Greg Hackney: Number one, for me, on a Texas Rig is I'm 100% of the time pegging my weight, and the deal is that way, I'll always know where my bait is The only drawback to not pegging it, a lot of times what'll happen is, especially like if you're using a creature bait or something with legs, that bait will get caught on something and the weight will pull away from it and you've about wasted the cast because the bait didn't go where you wanted it to And so, if I want the bait to fall slow, I'll just use an extra small weight But 100% of the time, I always peg my weight Number two would be I always use a rubber insert

I do not use a bobber stop I use the rubber insert and the reason for that, it protects my line from tungsten weights You know, one thing that's different, a lot of guys now have switched over to using tungsten weights instead of lead and those weights are extremely hard and they have hard edges and then I find they're a lot harder on your line, regardless if you're using braid or you're using fluorocarbon So, I always use the rubber peg The other deal is have a good selection of rubber pegs because not all weights have the same line hole and so, typically, the bigger the weight, the bigger the hole

So, there are pegs made for the bigger weights Keri May: Oh, great tips Great tips Skeet Reese: Yes, I fish a straight shank hook on all my soft plastics, so it's a Trokar TK180 A straight shank hook will give you a much better hook and land ratio on any Texas Rig bait, period

It doesn't have the flex in it as an offset hook Then, typically, fish the lightest possible sinker you can fish to get away with You'll get more bites typically with a lighter weight than you will a heavier weight And then, third goes back to fishing fluorocarbon lines So, for me, it's Trilene

That'll help you get more bites Brent Ehrler: Top three tricks or tips Keri May: Could be tricks too Brent Ehrler: Tricks, tips You know, let's go bait choices

Number one, for me, is actually a Yamamoto Senko Texas-Rig it, you're weightless The other thing I will do is put a 1/8-ounce Eagle Claw tungsten weight on there and it has a unique fall to it I peg that always and it has a unique fall to it and if I'm in trouble anywhere, that's a bait that I know will catch fish If I don't know anything about the lake, I know I can tie that on and catch fish

And then, the Flappin' Hog, which is just a beaver-style bait, very subtle You can flip with it, you can pitch with it, you can cast with it, you can do everything with it They have a brand new bait out called the Cowboy, which I have just started to use, and I think that that's gonna be, you know, something that's gonna come into play big time for me in the future It's literally brand new I got them about five days ago

It's that new So, that's something that will probably come into the mix here pretty quick So, bait choices for me Senko, Flappin' Hog, and Cowboy, and that's it Keri May: That's it? Brent Ehrler: You don't need anything else

Keri May: Simple I like it I like it a lot

Fly Fishing Tips – How to set up your fly rod

Hi guys, welcome to the video, my next video Right, this is for beginners OK

So a lot of you guys already know this but the beginners when you start to thread your rod, I learnt this, this year, as you know I only started fly fishing this year Get your fly line, strips some off your reel and double it over and then when you double it, it's a lot easier to go through your rings, much much easier If you do drop it, it won't slide all the way back down to your reel again for you to start all over again Just double and it just feed it through each of your eyes, line guides, pull it through that's it Much easier way of doing it

Fly Fishing Tips for Fly Casting : Choose the Right Size Fly Rod

The first thing we think about in reference to a fly rod Most people think about the size

Well, the size goes back to the relationship, of what are we going to use the rod for? So if you have a small stream, then you going to want a short rod If you have a large stream, you're going to want a large rod A lot of small streams, unless you're in desert areas, they have bushes and brush around them, so there's not much room for a larger rod, and so mainly the thing to use the Fly Rod for, is to control the line, so there's no sense in having a large rod, when you just can cover the same water with the small rod Also, many cases, small streams have smaller fish Though there is the cases, that small streams have large fish, but then it's even more fun, and that's what fly fishing is about, is essentially getting a rod, so you do enjoy catching and landing the fish, and that is possible with the smaller rod

If you're lake fishing, you're going to be casting mostly wide open spaces, so with the lake, if you're going to be in a float tube, then you would want a rod, that is like say, one foot larger, because when you're sitting down in the float tube, you're lower, so then you're losing length, and so that enables you, so that you can cast farther, and also, lake fishing you might be more prone to deal with wind, so you might want a rod that has a little bit more stiffness to it, and casting abilities, but then there's the balance there, is if you get too stiff a rod, when you have lighter leaders and stuff, you might break the fish off, so once again, it's goes back to the use, whether it's going to be used in the river, or the lake, the size of fly that you're going to cast, you, your personality It all has to do with the size of the rod

Fly Fishing Tips for Fly Casting : Choosing a Fly Rod by Weight

The weight of the rod is going to depend upon the weight of the line that we're casting, and that is going to be determined by the size of the fly that we're going to cast So for instance, if we have a big bushy fly, okay, then you're going to want a heavier line, like a six weight line that has more thickness in it, in its body to be able to turn that fly over

If you're fishing a very, very small dry fly like the size of your fingernail, then a rod that will cast a three or a four weight line; it's going to cast a very little, fine fly very easily Now, to expand on that, is like a six weight line, which is large diameter; it will very easily cast a small fly the size of your fingernail, though the presentation or how it fishes will not be quite as nice, okay; whereas, if you take a small diameter three or four weight line, it will not be able to push a big, bushy fly through the air because there's more mass to it In other words, to to for that to be able to happen is when you start out, you get a rod that matches the line weight that you, and the size of the flies that you're planning on fishing, so what what it starts out to is the rod manufacturer will have written on the rod four weight rod, and then, so you start out trying to put a four weight line on it Now, the next thing we want to talk about is the weight of the rod So the weight of the rod, that's going to be go in hand with the balance of how the reel, when you hold the rod by the handle, how comfortable it feels to you

Is the tip heavy? Is it the reel cause it to tip back? You want to have it so when you grip it comfortably with your hand it feels comfortable, so weight is going to have a big factor, especially in reference to your body size So, if you have smaller wrists or whatever, then you don't want to have a rod that weighs a lot You want to have a rod that's comfortable A lighter rod will always be easier to cast, and you'll be able to fish longer during the day

Fly Fishing Tips for Fly Casting : Choosing a Fly Fishing Rod

When we're choosing a rod, the equipment that we need to start out fishing with The first thing you want to think about, is what size body of water, are you going to be fishing? Are you going to be fishing a small river? A large river? Are you going to be fishing a big lake, a small lake? Are you going to be dealing with wind? You also want to think about the size of line, that you're going to be casting, the size of fish you're going to be trying to catch, and then also, the size of fly, that you're going to be casting, and then the other thing that's really important, which a lot of people don't think about, is how the rod is matching your personality

In other words, are you an aggressive person? Athletic? Are you easy going? Do you do things smooth? You want to get the rod to match you, as close as you can, to meet all the conditions, that you're trying to accomplish, so we're going to talk about rod actions This is a traditional, old Fenwick Fiberglass Rod When you flex it, see how it flexes pretty much, all the way down to here? This is called a Full- Flex Rod This is good for like short cast, fishing small streams, and that kind of stuff The next rod we're going to move into,is what you would call a Medium Action Rod

Now, medium action and the word flex, are inclusive, but I'm going to kind of break them down, and talk about flexes as the overall flex of the rod ,and the action is how it bends, so when we actually put some force to this rod, do you see how it bends in the middle? so, this is going to be a Medium Flex Rod Now, when we slow it down, see how it still bends in the middle? so this would be an excellent rod for a person who is kind of athletic, or aggressive in their casting You want to try to match a rod to a person's personality The next type of action that we have, is what you might call a stiff action, but mostly in the industry, they call them Fast Actions, so as you can see when I flex this, how the whole rod is stiff Well, this is going to be a great rod for casting in the wind, but the disadvantage about it is, because it's so stiff, unless you are using like six pound leaders, or three X Tipits, as X is designated in the fly fishing industry, then you're going to break off a lot of fish, so that's the disadvantage of having a nice stiff or Fast Action Rod

Most of the time when we start thinking about fly fishing, we think about fly casting with the Single Handed Rod That's the most commonly used, and the one's that can be used in most situations, but then the other type of rod that a lot of people don't think about, is a Two Handed Rod That means that the rod is actually held with both the top hand and the bottom hand, or it can be changed around That's what you call Spay Casting, and Spay Casting or Spay Fishing, is the ability to be able to cast a line in situations where you have no back cast room, and so that's where the Spay Casting Rod is used the most Also, with the rod being longer, you have the ability to control the line, after it is presented in the water

Whereas, the shorter rod limits you, with how much control you have of the line, by the length of the rod

Pier Fishing tips for Beginners: Rigging Live Shrimp!

I already did! Didn't I? Did she touch it? I touched it! You gotta touch it again, you both have to touch it again if you want another picture I'll touch the skin not the eye

Okay, touch the skin Show them how to do it! Ready? Touch it, just touch it it's fine Ahh! Today we are at Newport Pier in Miami Florida on a mission to catch some fish for dinner we will be using live shrimp for bait We hear that the fish in Florida love eating live shrimp

So here's the rig Egg sinker, swivel, leader line, hook People seem to really like to use live shrimp here, and, um, this is the common rig that I've seen, which is just a hook, 2 feet 30 lb leader, a swivel, straight to your line Um, so that's if you just wanna let the shrimp out free- lining

Uh, if you wanna put a sinker on it you put an in-line egg sinker through here and tie that on to your leader Here, Brendon So when you are hooking on a shrimp to your line you need to make sure of two things: make sure the hook isn't too big, you want the shrimp to be able to swim freely Do not kill the shrimp! Hook it on top of it's head, not the middle Look at this! What is this? Look how flat it is

What is this thing? Woah! Woah!! Turn it front ways again! It's like an optical illusion! What kind of fish is that, do you know? I think it's called a look down A look down I'm not 100% sure It is one of the strangest fishes I've ever seen, and this took a live shrimp Wow, look at that! We didn't want to eat a look down, but my dad is on something new

Woah! Wow! Now that's a good eatin' fish This is called a black drum They also love shrimp Basically everything in florida will eat a shrimp You know when they say the worst thing that can happen to you can and will happen to you? Well, it happened

What just happened? It pulled my- something pulled my rod over the- ha!- my rod is gone That's what happened Yeah, one of his rods, we were just standing here waiting for a fish to bite his rod and the one that he had out with a live bait just got pulled over and he lost it Yeah, something pulled it over! A fish just pulled it over I had it right here

No good! You gotta lift this up That was definitely a fish, right? Sh*t Must have been a big one because the whole thing just went *whew*! Rookie mistake What is that dad? Brendon's dad just hooked up on something How do you get him up? Woah! That is a big boy! What is that? Mangrove What's it called? Mango? Mangrove Snapper Oh, are they good meat? Oh yeah, they're good eating Keep it? Yeah, I'm gonna keep it

That one I'm going to have the restaurant cook for me Oh my gosh Are you guys gonna eat it? Yup Woah What's going on? He's got a big fish

Oh, there's a school out there Woah! That's a big one! Way out there? Way out there? Live shrimp is working very well, we are getting lots of bites and it seems like we're catching bigger fish That's pretty cool lookin'! It's hard to hold Woahh Now this kid is awesome, we noticed that he was patiently fishing for hours without a single bite

So we decided we should share some fun with him, and the shock on his face is priceless It is always nice to see when the younger generation is showing an interest in fishing Woah! Hold the line, hold the line! Go take a picture with your grandma Look at his human teeth! It's like the sheep head Sheeps head

Take a picture? Alright, I have no idea what kind of fish this is, hopefully one of you guys will be able to name it for me It's got really weird lookin' teeth, a spot on it's back, and this is what it looks like So comment below! Help me out! Live shrimp did the trick today! Live shrimp? Yeah, caught five different species of fish with the same bait Definitely the best day, look at this Oh my

We're gonna show how we cook it and everything, too Hopefully! We're gonna get it cooked and we're gonna show everyone how we're gonna eat our catch These are not going to waste! We are now at a Chinese restaurant, called King's Palace this place was the bomb Located in a small Chinatown in Miami, we finally found some comfort food

My family can't go a week without Chinese food, I'm serious Here, they are asking them to cook our fish They are asking the chef to prepare two of them steamed and one of them fried Snapper That's the mangrove snapper, that's the black drum, and that's the mystery fish with a spot

Black drum, mystery spot fish, we can start eating I think the name is really fancy, "mangrove," "mangrove" This place is great Home cooked place This is the black drum

It is first steamed, then covered in spring onions, ginger, cilantro, soy sauce and then it's doused in hot oil It's a traditional Chinese way of eating fish and it's my personal favorite Wondering, would you guys try it? How does this look to you? Are you ready? I only eat this fresh, ok? I'm not weirdo, but nothing beats a fresh fish head Yes, I grew up on fish heads It's been a long time since I eat one and I'm gonna totally enjoy this- Eat the lips! Stop talking, eat the lips- Lips? There's no lips, man! What are you talkin' about? Look at that big, fat lip right there! I can't eat this- Yes, you can! It's delicious! Fish lips! Oh! Mmm-mmm

Oh yeah What does it taste like? Pudding So it's more of- the texture is like a pudding-ish, tender-ish stuff It doesn't taste anything So it's more of a texture than a taste

Yeah, it's a delicacy I guess It's weird, but The fish head, it's more of a texture

Yeah It's nice and silky and, uh, soft, gelatinous- mmm, gelatinous, that's the right word Mission complete If you like this cooking segment please let us know below Do yourself a favor

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Beginner Beach Fishing Tips: Using Plugs and Lures

I think it's gone- no it's still here! Yea-heah! That's what I'm talking about! That top water bite is so fun! Day one in Florida! We flew down to, um, Orlando yesterday, and this morning we are out on the surf trying to catch some fish! This month, the Senko Skipper team is in Florida on a mission to create videos to help the world learn more about salt water fishing We're here to explore one of the world's most fantastic fishing locations, and document the fascinating world of fish that live in Florida's oceans

So stay tuned for a month filled with great fishing, monster fish, and all the methods you need to start catching them yourselves I am using what's called a "Gibbs Bottle Popper" Gibbs is the brand, and this is called a bottle popper, and what you want to do is work it side to side when you're out on the water It makes a whole bunch of splashing, fish will see that there's splashing above and come up and strike it! So, the goal with this is to cast it far, it's pretty heavy, probably 2 ounces right here Try and get it out as far as you can

So you'll want to catch out as far as you can because it basically allows you more opportunity for a fish to see your lure Basically, the further you cast the better chance you have of hooking up on a fish Right now I've got a 9-foot, medium power St Croix Mojo Surf I mean, it's not like the greatest rod out there but it's a great, affordable beginner rod

If you want to start getting into plugging, like I am, I just started getting into this and it's very rewarding, but, uh, it can be tricky So my plug is out there, I'm going to keep a tense line and look at my hand

I'm making this funny motion and I'm reeling it at the same time Nice and slow Something was chasing my bait the whole way back! You could see the fish jumping out, did you see it?! Yeah, I saw it! This thing causes a whole bunch of commotion at the surface of the water, and it will draw the fish up! Hi! I got a fish on! I have no idea what it is something small Bluefish! Ha ha ha ha! Ooh, look at it's jaw Rippin' lips! Woah! Christian, it you're watching this, remember you told me about ripping lips? Look at that! Ha, I set the hook too hard oh my god, I ripped it's lips

This is a bluefish! What I think is really interesting is how fishermen are basically constantly trying to think like the fish I mean, when you're out there on the beach in the morning, you see a lot of changes as time passes and the sun rises, and I think what many people don't really realize about fishermen is how connected they really are to nature I mean, they really try to understand why the fish think the way they do, behave they way they do, why they like to bit a lure near the surface

Does the splashing make them think it's an injured fish? I think it's gone- no it's still here! Yea-heah! That's what I'm talking about! That topwater bite is so fun! As soon as Brendon caught one fish on his popper, his friend, James, hooked up as well because when bluefish are present they're there in schools, and when you catch one you can expect to catch a lot, just wait for them to move through We doubled up! Whoo! Whoo-hoo! So, every fisherman that we've talked to, especially down here in Florida, they all hate bluefish Why does everyone hate bluefish? Is it just 'cause they're, like, annoying and you're going for other things and there are so many of them? That's my guess, that's what I've heard, but I want you guys to tell me if you like bluefish, if you hate bluefish, why? Comment below! Whip it! There you go! Now it's landed, close it

reel it Now, now you know how to work it, right? Yeah, I can't feel it It's okay, just make sure you have tension

You will very likely get a fish right now The bluefish are hitting real hard right now, they're all in here Uh huh Reel it in faster A little bit faster, there you go

How do I know how fast to reel it? Faster! You gotta– you want to try and keep it on the surface, and this thing sinks Ah! No wonder I can't see it! Oh! Ohhh! Hahaha! There you go, I told you! (Oh my gosh!) Set the hook harder! Urgh! There you go! Walk down, walk down! (Hahaha!) She got it! Wow! Ahh! I don't want to lose it! Oh, man! Bring it in, bring it in! Bring it in!! Nice!!! Alright girl, Good job! (Hah, haha!) Caught my first bluefish! That's your first bluefish? (Yeah, this is my first bluefish!) On topwater? Nice job! So, I changed it up Using a piece of tin now This thing is like, 3 ounces so it's basically a bullet when I cast it out Accompanied with my 9-foot rod, the reason it's so long is so you can cast it out real far, and, basically, you can fish different columns

1) You wanna just try and let it hit the bottom try and let it hit the bottom and then rip it up, just jig it up and down off the bottom Or, you could just swim it back What I like to do is bounce it off the bottom So here's my primary set up right now, I've got, uh, 40 lb

braid, you can use 20 if you want, um, and then I've got a line-to-line to 30 lb fluorocarbon and that is attached to your lure! and I've got this on a big, 8000 8000-sized reel Alright, excuse me I gotta go I gotta go catch another fish And just as it had been all morning, as soon as one person in our group found a fish, everyone else caught one as well Brendon's father, Michael, caught his bluefish on the same popper that I did, and we got that from Amazon, it's called the GT Ice Cream, and it's made of a super-hard plastic that bluefish's teeth can't break We hope, with this episode, that we helped some beginners learn the basics of beach fishing with plugs and lures So let us know if you've ever tried this kind of fishing, where you're from, what you've caught with it, or comment and tell us how you like to fish off the beach

We're here in Florida to explore one of the world's most fantastic fishing locations and document the fascinating world of fish that live in Florida's oceans So stay tuned, and hit that subscribe button for a month filled with really cool fishing, monster fish, and all the methods you need to start catching them yourselves

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Beginner Beach Fishing Tips: Using Plugs and Lures

I think it's gone- no it's still here! Yea-heah! That's what I'm talking about! That top water bite is so fun! Day one in Florida! We flew down to, um, Orlando yesterday, and this morning we are out on the surf trying to catch some fish! This month, the Senko Skipper team is in Florida on a mission to create videos to help the world learn more about salt water fishing We're here to explore one of the world's most fantastic fishing locations, and document the fascinating world of fish that live in Florida's oceans

So stay tuned for a month filled with great fishing, monster fish, and all the methods you need to start catching them yourselves I am using what's called a "Gibbs Bottle Popper" Gibbs is the brand, and this is called a bottle popper, and what you want to do is work it side to side when you're out on the water It makes a whole bunch of splashing, fish will see that there's splashing above and come up and strike it! So, the goal with this is to cast it far, it's pretty heavy, probably 2 ounces right here Try and get it out as far as you can

So you'll want to catch out as far as you can because it basically allows you more opportunity for a fish to see your lure Basically, the further you cast the better chance you have of hooking up on a fish Right now I've got a 9-foot, medium power St Croix Mojo Surf I mean, it's not like the greatest rod out there but it's a great, affordable beginner rod

If you want to start getting into plugging, like I am, I just started getting into this and it's very rewarding, but, uh, it can be tricky So my plug is out there, I'm going to keep a tense line and look at my hand

I'm making this funny motion and I'm reeling it at the same time Nice and slow Something was chasing my bait the whole way back! You could see the fish jumping out, did you see it?! Yeah, I saw it! This thing causes a whole bunch of commotion at the surface of the water, and it will draw the fish up! Hi! I got a fish on! I have no idea what it is something small Bluefish! Ha ha ha ha! Ooh, look at it's jaw Rippin' lips! Woah! Christian, it you're watching this, remember you told me about ripping lips? Look at that! Ha, I set the hook too hard oh my god, I ripped it's lips

This is a bluefish! What I think is really interesting is how fishermen are basically constantly trying to think like the fish I mean, when you're out there on the beach in the morning, you see a lot of changes as time passes and the sun rises, and I think what many people don't really realize about fishermen is how connected they really are to nature I mean, they really try to understand why the fish think the way they do, behave they way they do, why they like to bit a lure near the surface

Does the splashing make them think it's an injured fish? I think it's gone- no it's still here! Yea-heah! That's what I'm talking about! That topwater bite is so fun! As soon as Brendon caught one fish on his popper, his friend, James, hooked up as well because when bluefish are present they're there in schools, and when you catch one you can expect to catch a lot, just wait for them to move through We doubled up! Whoo! Whoo-hoo! So, every fisherman that we've talked to, especially down here in Florida, they all hate bluefish Why does everyone hate bluefish? Is it just 'cause they're, like, annoying and you're going for other things and there are so many of them? That's my guess, that's what I've heard, but I want you guys to tell me if you like bluefish, if you hate bluefish, why? Comment below! Whip it! There you go! Now it's landed, close it

reel it Now, now you know how to work it, right? Yeah, I can't feel it It's okay, just make sure you have tension

You will very likely get a fish right now The bluefish are hitting real hard right now, they're all in here Uh huh Reel it in faster A little bit faster, there you go

How do I know how fast to reel it? Faster! You gotta– you want to try and keep it on the surface, and this thing sinks Ah! No wonder I can't see it! Oh! Ohhh! Hahaha! There you go, I told you! (Oh my gosh!) Set the hook harder! Urgh! There you go! Walk down, walk down! (Hahaha!) She got it! Wow! Ahh! I don't want to lose it! Oh, man! Bring it in, bring it in! Bring it in!! Nice!!! Alright girl, Good job! (Hah, haha!) Caught my first bluefish! That's your first bluefish? (Yeah, this is my first bluefish!) On topwater? Nice job! So, I changed it up Using a piece of tin now This thing is like, 3 ounces so it's basically a bullet when I cast it out Accompanied with my 9-foot rod, the reason it's so long is so you can cast it out real far, and, basically, you can fish different columns

1) You wanna just try and let it hit the bottom try and let it hit the bottom and then rip it up, just jig it up and down off the bottom Or, you could just swim it back What I like to do is bounce it off the bottom So here's my primary set up right now, I've got, uh, 40 lb

braid, you can use 20 if you want, um, and then I've got a line-to-line to 30 lb fluorocarbon and that is attached to your lure! and I've got this on a big, 8000 8000-sized reel Alright, excuse me I gotta go I gotta go catch another fish And just as it had been all morning, as soon as one person in our group found a fish, everyone else caught one as well Brendon's father, Michael, caught his bluefish on the same popper that I did, and we got that from Amazon, it's called the GT Ice Cream, and it's made of a super-hard plastic that bluefish's teeth can't break We hope, with this episode, that we helped some beginners learn the basics of beach fishing with plugs and lures So let us know if you've ever tried this kind of fishing, where you're from, what you've caught with it, or comment and tell us how you like to fish off the beach

We're here in Florida to explore one of the world's most fantastic fishing locations and document the fascinating world of fish that live in Florida's oceans So stay tuned, and hit that subscribe button for a month filled with really cool fishing, monster fish, and all the methods you need to start catching them yourselves

Fly fishing trip packing tips – How to pack for fishing

Hi, I'm Anni from kajanaclubcom fly fishing community

And on this video I'm going to show you a small handy trick for those times when you are packing for your fishing trip This is is a simple trick to avoid the super annoying situation when you're out there And do watch until the end of the video to get a free fly fishing cheat sheet and to see the next vlog episode from a rainbow trout fishing trip So my simple but useful packing tip is this Because when you are fly-fishing you are always around or in the water So it's important to pack all your gear waterproof and the one thing that you do not want to get wet are matches when needed to light up the cooking stow I like to have different, let's say 2 boxes of matches packed in plastic bags so resealable plastic bags That way even if you fall down or it rains it doesn't ruin the whole trip That's my little tip for you today when you're planning what to and how to pack for fishing trip

If you would like to have more tips and tricks on learning fly fishing you can get my free fly-fishing cheat sheet There is a download link below this video in the description box Thanks for watching And now let's get back to fishing and back to the next vlog episode Besides fishing I'm planning to do a little video Lake fishing rainbow trout video So excuse my Finnish from here on As you can see we are in Paljakan Kalastuspuisto Small pools

Few different rainbowtrout ponds and in between small streams so nice places for fishing Looks nice And apparently there's possibility for Grayling as well Must say it's a nice place for those wanting to stay in cottage and have easy access to fishing and enjoy outdoors Really easy place for that So earlier on this video we were filming summer fishing clip for this this is actually a ski resort in Paljakka in eastern Finland and now we are continuing to film the rest of the video in these little bit more cold surroundings

So that's the plan for today It's always nice to spend a day outside Lovely winter day And now you get out there! If you liked this video click the like button, share it with your friends and fishing buddies And be sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel Thanks for watching and I'll see you on the next video