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Brandon Moore - June 16, 2019

What state are you fishing in? Do the crawfish baits work in Fl? Our fish don’t see crawfish in most of the state.

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Kevin Mills - June 22, 2019

1 word, KEITECH

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snoopdoggog Brasseaux - June 22, 2019

great list!

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The Great White - June 29, 2019

Swim jig is my fav. Just caught a 9 pounder couple days ago

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Ozuna Alfosno - July 1, 2019

You forget top water
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westbender 820 - July 11, 2019

The best bait is a live soft craw…….. period.

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RaiNS kftk - July 14, 2019

Just go to 1:15

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BadassBankAngler 315 - July 17, 2019

Been catching fish on jerk baits this year, never really had luck with them before but dang this year they are killing it! Such a fun way to fish also

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Mario V - July 17, 2019

Where can I get one those floating consoles behind you? Very convenient!

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Bacon Burger Bull - July 20, 2019

1. Dingers
2. Hair jig
3. Pumpkin seed craw
4. Frog
5. Spinner for when they aren't biteing

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JJmoto - July 23, 2019

Frogs have been killin it this year for me

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Bryce Lapine - July 24, 2019

Well i feel better about all the money ive spent cause my tackle box is loaded with everything you mentioned except i have a lot of top water also and frogs always gotta have a frog tied on

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ghost boy - July 25, 2019

What about the banjo minna???

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Tim oh thee 69 - July 29, 2019

Was this filmed at potholes lake reservoir

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Ryan 37 - July 30, 2019

Instructions not clear accidentally used my phone as bait

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Zack Spencer - July 31, 2019

possibly my all time favorite lure to use here in west virginia is a crawdad crankbait with a bill, sometimes ill get a bite everytime I throw it out but most of the time there just little sun fish

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Stoney Lonsome - August 1, 2019

Alright- I happen to have all of these already- just by pure luck. Glad to hear they work year around- these are the baits I fish the most already. I've had more luck on the craws than anything else, both alone and on jigs- they kill it. Shaky head worms have done well for me, and wacky rigged senkos- and I've caught a few on my lipless- only have one right now, the spro aruku shad. I'm a bit wary of crank baits because I've always fished from the bank up until now and generally you don't crank off the bank- you'll get snagged up almost without fail. Square bills you can fish, and I did have a few of those but- I snagged them all and lost them. Even they are difficult off the bank. I think I needed some that swam more shallow- I picked these up at the pawn shop for a buck a piece so I had no idea what depth they were rated for. I thought all square bill went about 3 foot but- apparently I was wrong. They were good baits, strike king lures- they just swam too deep to be used from the bank. Now I have my kayak but, deep cranking from a kayak is tough- it actually pulls you around in the water-you can do it but you have to throw 90 degrees starboard or port- if you throw aft or off the bow it will pull you along as you crank it. It pulls you when you throw off the sides but, not near as much cause of the resistance of trying to move the kayak sideways.

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50chevtrk1 - August 2, 2019

Sorry can't use what you recommend for winter! I have to drill a hole in the ice. Lol

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Joseph Stotts - August 5, 2019

Great advice thanks

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BigBassBully - August 6, 2019

My favorite
1 drop shot (worm)
2 rooster tail
3 single tail grub (green) Texas rigged
4 Shakey head worm
5 jerkbait
6 Whopper plopper
7 crankbait..
Top 2 is all u really need though,. But the best bite I say is top water Whopper plopper….(haven't caught 1 on a frog cause I haven't used the 5 I have yet lol )…….

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Raquel Class - August 7, 2019

What about shiners?

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Jade - August 12, 2019

I love your enthusiasm! Thank you!

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Robert Veith - August 13, 2019

I love jerk baits i have had musky bass even a catfish hit them i use bright colors pike but the black and silver in differnt size you can go after every type of fish !!!!!!

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Stephani Brown - August 17, 2019

I got my spinner bait get stuck on the gas line of a pontoon once XD

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Justin Geesey - August 25, 2019

No frogs?

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Kross Mayberry - August 25, 2019

I’m a kid do I have a chance to grow up and be a professional

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flohpz - August 25, 2019

watermelon sinkos work great

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Romeo M - August 30, 2019

What be you favorite lure to fish at any time and condition and color of water? If you have to pick at lees 3 lure what you recommend?

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Barry McDaniel - September 9, 2019

A chatter bait also works good

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Laykin Birchfield - September 10, 2019

Rip fish lol

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Ashy Larry Marcy Projects Son What - September 10, 2019

this is what i needed. I'm a noob; i know its part of the game but i've gone like 15 trips without anything.

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tro jansky - September 26, 2019

So basically, every type of lure. Lol

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Mercedes Garcia - September 29, 2019

Great information thank you sir

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Zerah Yahudah - October 5, 2019

This guy never mentioned artificial worms I,be did damage with them in all seasons especially that dark purple one ten or more inches Carolina rigged most times with colorful beads not saying what he is bringing is not true but at the end of my days I always finish with one so I will have to put it at the top of the list

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Robert Brandywine - October 18, 2019

For the bank fisherman fishing shallow ponds with muck or short grass bottoms, leave your crankbaits, spinnerbaits, and jigs at home. Best for these are 1) fluke-style jerk baits, 2) Texas-rigged worms, 3) lipless crankbaits, 4) Pop-R topwaters, 5) Chatterbaits (bladed jigs). You don't need anything more than these.

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Nick Fiebrich - October 19, 2019

This is wrong bass don’t like 7 lures they like 3 spinner bait, frog, and senko really you only need a senko. Senko is a summer bait winter, 3 ft deep to 75 ft deep the only lure you’ll ever need

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COOKIE SMOKER - October 30, 2019

Im surprised that the frog is not one

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Ron Hickey - October 31, 2019

Good list, I was expecting some frogs on there. It's my favorite and fun to use.

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You Tube - November 26, 2019

Great tips. I been fishing for less than a year and it's pretty overwhelming at first.

I got plenty of tackle for bass fishing and have done my share of catching Bass. But now my problem is I can't get the damn things to stay on my hooks too many times.

I been too close to throw the towel and say alright one more time if nothing happens then I'll throw everything in the garbage. But I happen to catch at least one and ….well let's just say It's a never ending cycle. But still I get pumped when I do catch them though.

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Elize Lourens - December 20, 2019

YOU NEED A SALAMANDER

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