Best Bank Fishing Strategies For Bass

No boat? No problem! Lucky Tackle Box’s Travis Moran lays out two of the best bank fishing strategies so you can catch more fish while walking the shoreline. Travis rigs the Big Bite Baits Battle Bug with a Texas rig and a drop shot to show you how to catch bass.

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Fish Season, W/ Zac' Ti'szen - August 22, 2018

you should bank off your bank videos

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Fish Season, W/ Zac' Ti'szen - August 22, 2018

your video had so much more to offer then the MTB I'm subscribed to both LTB and MTB ide say they both have there high and low box's. the videos on the baits make it or break it for me. you hooked me in this one

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Zach Davenport - September 30, 2018

Finally a helpful bank fishing video on YouTube lol

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MN Creek Water - November 5, 2018

i like how the dog knew what was up when he set the hook. 5:04

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michael bergeron - April 6, 2019

Good info
I learned my lesson fishing anything less than 15lb line on texas rigs. Broke off too many big fish on 10 and 12lb line. Tight lines

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WHATS POPPIN WITH HAGANS - April 18, 2019

I definitely need to get a ltb and thanks for the video

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Timothy Reyna - April 19, 2019

GREAT GREAT VIDEO, JUST SUBBED.

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Andrew Mosley - May 1, 2019

Bro why you don't you use a closed face fishing rod wow y'all artificial fisherman be hating on the closed face fishing rod . The closed face fishing rod cases good did you better control of the line you don't have but just a drag and it's great send hooks on any fish you want even if you using live bait or artificial bait so why are you artificial fisherman always hating on the closed face fishing rod I like the baitcaster you got to wash everything on it from jesting the spool the drag and the braking power are you going to have a mess and open face you have to cast it the right way to get it out there so come on man let's see some closed face fishing rods going to work a lot of people have them and use them for years and we will like the see how to use them better

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that_G_EvanP - May 8, 2019

Drink every time he says "pilings" or "seawalls".

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Octavio Fuentes - June 3, 2019

this guy is the master at giving instructions

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Math Teacher - June 4, 2019

Thank you.

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Ryan Gill - June 4, 2019

So I'm pretty new to fishing so I was just wondering why you use a spinning reel for the drop shot.

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Stubbs bitchin & fishing - June 5, 2019

Good tips

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SINxShiver - June 12, 2019

"Can't carry many lures" Man I have a tacklebox for a reason lol

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paranormal exploration - June 21, 2019

hey man thx for the vid helped me out a lot

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King Charles - June 27, 2019

Except in CA when there's no fishing signs everywhere by the docks and structures. It's really frustrating here in so cal if you're bank fishing, I hate it.

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Ken Reilley - July 1, 2019

Thanks! I have a boat, but it's a bowrider not a fishing boat, so of course I don't have a trolling motor (yet) to control my position and prevent me from running aground or drifting into rocks. I usually just boat around and find a nice place beach the boat and then fish from shore, which I guess is a decent compromise, so thanks for the bank pointers 🙂

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Thomas It’s a secret lol - July 8, 2019

You kinda look like a younger John travolta lol

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Fishing with Grizzly Whiskers - July 9, 2019

Would love to see more bank fishing videos.. very informative.. thanks for sharing

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Mark Marcelo - July 17, 2019

Chatterbait tricks and tips would be great.

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Christopher Robinson - August 4, 2019

Lizard like too!

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Shafik Kassam - August 9, 2019

Need more bank fishing videos. This was awesome.

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John Schauder - August 12, 2019

I just came from watching a 1Rod video and it seems like you are whispering compared to him.

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HardToMell o - August 20, 2019

My personal best bait out of these is the Texas rig you cannot go wrong using a Texas rigged craw for smallmouth

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juan campos - September 23, 2019

Went bank fishing today didn’t catch a thing
I tried different lures I felt bites but failed to catch
I’m going back tomorrow ! Thanks for this video

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David Behar - October 14, 2019

Where do you fish? What state, and what bodies of water please.

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Ron Gholson Jr. - October 24, 2019

Thank you. I like your video. I tried last October to find shore fishing. Now I find u thanks.

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Jeffery Beene - November 11, 2019

Excellent advice lived it…I do not have a boat so any tip for bank fishing is extremely welcomed…caught two yesterday on a Texas rig. They were not big ones but lots of fight and fun..thanks for the tips..any tip for bank fishing is welcomed..

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R Ramos - December 2, 2019

Great video. Im very new to fishing and i always get confused on what weights to use with what type of baits so this really helped me out. Thanks!!

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Shurmash - January 10, 2020

Jigs are the answer to bank fishing. I prefer Zoom Fat Albert curly tail grubs.

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Nelson Costa Pesca em família - April 4, 2020

valeu meu amigo que falou né do carnaval com Costa fecha a família do Estado do Rio de janeiro Itaboraí estamos juntos vamos ser o motivo da pescaria

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Nelson Costa Pesca em família - April 4, 2020

🤜🤛👍🏽🦈🐟🐠😀👍

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Josh - April 16, 2020

If you're stuck on the shore your best bet is gonna be live leeches, minnows, or, best of all, a 3-inch live bluegill/sunfish under a float, all fished either early morning or the last 1.5 hours of light.

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Redneck uploads - April 18, 2020

Your pier fishing lol im looking for bank fishing bruh come on man

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pink mist - April 19, 2020

Hey a lil thing on that dropshot set up you were talking about…
When your casting out far from the bank or long casts by the bank..

Having a tag end only 6-8 inches casting far is no good because if you think about the bait n weight n then the angle where your line is that comes to and from your rod..

The weight and lure are basically horizontal.. on the same plain. so having say a 10-12 in tag where your weight is below with your plastic suspended.

Don't get me wrong man he caught fish with it… But it's basically a ass backwards Texas rig he was throwing out there.

I assume the under water footage was taken on his boat because it's easier I would think.

If you do that same set up and cast from the bank out far.. that lure and weight will be dragging and hopping at damn near the same angle basically a Texas rig ass backwards lol.

So 10-12 inch tag end for long casts.

Check out the Tokyo rig too.
It's basically a mix between a drop shot and a traditional Texas rig.

Tite lines guys

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Ron B. - April 28, 2020

Less talking MORE FISHIN🐟

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jay s - May 8, 2020

Not every lure works in every state..

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