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Bait Versus Lures for Stripers and Speckled Sea Trout
Got Bait IV is now live, and in this episode, we put soft crab baits up against BKDs and Bust ‘Em Baits. What’s really different in this episode, however, is our boat: we’re on a Yahama 190 FSH. It’s a jet boat built on Yamaha Watercraft hull, with a... Read more
Bait Blunders – Don’t Do This!
I love bait. The smell of chum, the feeling of oily bunker, and the sight of wiggling bloodworms get me all charged up. But fishing from a boat, it’s easier than one might think to ruin perfectly good baits with little more than inattention. Pull any one of these... Read more
THEY ATE THE FISH-CAM – Got Bait? III is Mahi-Mahi Mayhem
Mahi-mahi fishing can get quite chaotic, and when we were shooting the third episode of Got Bait? the chaos was just plain out of control. The dang fish tried to eat our underwater fish-cam. We had double, triple, and even quad hook-ups. At time, I found myself scuttling across... Read more
Bait vs. Lures Take II – Which is Best for Striped Bass?
Which is better when you’re trying to catch striped bass: live baits, or soft plastic lures? The bait-versus-lures debate is an old one, which we first addressed with regards to flounder fishing, in the pilot for a new series called Got Bait? And in Got Bait? The Hunt for Flounder, the... Read more
Five Tips for Trolling
Trolling is an effective way to catch fish, but it could be a lot more effective for a lot of anglers. Why? Because it isn’t quite as simple as it seems – how you outfit and run your boat has a huge impact on how successful a troller you... Read more
Gear Video: Gulp! Saltwater
John Prochnow and Chester Moore talk about new Berkley Gulp! saltwater bait, designed especially for the Texas coast. Read more
Gear Video: Topwater tube bait? (video)
Canyon Plastics has come up with a revolutionary lure concept that successfully combines two popular styles into one productive bait: a topwater walker with a tube bait. The result is a lure that is effecive on everything from largemouth to striped bass. Read more
During summer, the crappie there stage in the deep, cool thermocline of these creeks and then leave to go feeding on shad which is their number one prey item. Anglers should also be mindful that when temperatures are going into summer crappie will migrate out of the creeks onto... Read more

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