What do you think this Trick Worms Bass Fishing Domination video?
In this action packed fishing vlog video, me and LunkersTV are going bass fishing on a windy high-pressure post front day that went from tough to domination. Normally blue bird skies and high winds make for some really tough fishing conditions, but when fishing crankbaits and spinnerbaits isn’t producing, fishing shakey head finesse trick worms on the bottom can save the day. The lake water was very stained, so dark color finesse trick worms worked the best. Junebug and black and blue colors are always good choices for post front largemouth bass too, even in clear water.
Once we figured out the bite on the trick worms, we were able to fish that pattern anywhere around the lake there were rocks. The bass were sitting in anywhere from 2′ – 16′ depending on the wind. Windy banks seemed to push the fish up close to the bank, even the big fish. At one spot, Rob lost a GIANT largemouth bass on a small crankbait very close to the bank. Late fall bass fishing is known for its numbers, but this fishing day was full of numbers and good bass! This was a tough video to edit because of SO MANY FISH to pick from!
FISHING TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR SHAKEY HEAD
Fishing shakey head worms is very easy to do. Try to fish a light weight jig head to get a natural presentation. We were using 1/4 oz today because of the high winds. Cast it out in hard bottom areas or at the base of stumps and docks. Drag the bait in short pulls on the bottom until you feel something hard, then shake the rod tip to make the worm dance. The bass can’t stand that when it’s sitting right in front of their face!
GEAR FOR SHAKEY HEADS
It dirtier water, or on lakes with big fish and lots of cover, I prefer to fish my shakey heads on bait casting tackle. I use a medium power fast action rod with braided line and then tie on a fluorocarbon leader. Shakey heads are great on spinning gear as well with lighter line in clear water.
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Justin Rackley, known as Lakeforkguy in the fishing world, creates fishing and outdoor videos on youtube and other social platforms. LFG provides fishing tips and techniques for mostly largemouth bass fisheries but also travels to other freshwater and saltwater fishing spots to explore new fish species and fishing techniques to show as many fishing places as possible and help you catch more fish. Lakeforkguy likes to hang out on any fishing vessel or go bank fishing with his other YouTube Fishing friends and vlog with his Wife Stephanie and french bulldog Winston.
Zoom Trick Worms –
Jackall 5.8" Flick Shake Worm – bit.ly/FLICKSHAKE
Strike King 1/4 OZ Tour Grade Shakey Head
Shimano Metanium MgL (On the Jig Rod) –
Shimano Aldebaran 50 HG (Shakey Head Rod) – bit.ly/SHIMAldebaran
Shimano Antares HG (On Worm Rod) – bit.ly/SHIMAntares
Jig Rod – G Loomis GLX 842 MBR Mag Bass
Shakey Head – G Loomis GLX 854 Jig and Worm
TX Rig Worm – G Loomis GLX 853 Jig and Worm
50lb Power Pro Max Cautro (Main Line)
15, 20, and 25 lb Seagar Blue Label Leader Line
(Never fish with Rob’s leader line, it sucks)
DSLR Camera (Panasonic GH4) –
Static Shot (Gopro Hero 4 Black) – amzn.to/2aiE4wQ
Metabones Speedbooster 4/3 EF Mount – amzn.to/2aoWey0
Canon 24-105mm L Lens –
Rokinon 14mm WIDE – amzn.to/2aJRmkS
Sony UWPD11/42 Lavalier Microphone –
Gopro Chesty Lav Mic (Cheap) – amzn.to/2azAMo1
DSLR Shot Gun Mic – amzn.to/2anoJh9
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