How To Chum & Fish Whitebait For Endless Strikes!
If you like to catch tons of fish, then you’re going to love this video.
The other day Luke and I were trying to film a podcast, but the current was barely moving (which is just about the worst time you can fish).
Instead of being stubborn and sticking to what we originally wanted to do (where we probably would’ve gotten skunked), and instead of packing up and calling it a day (and missing out on the dozens of fish that we ended up catching), we decided to do something we don’t usually do…
We used live bait!
We anchored up in a very specific type of spot, tossed a few baits out to get a feeding frenzy going, then tossed out a few baits with hooks in them.
We had nonstop action the entire video catching several nice trout, plus some big ladyfish and catfish.
If you’re bringing family or friends out, the tides are bad, or you just want to get a ton of tight lines, this is a great way to fish.
You don’t need a fancy flats boat, a big heavy anchor, or an expensive trolling motor, all you need is a cheap stick anchor, a cast net, and the right spot.
In this video, you’ll learn:
- Where to anchor up if you want to catch boat loads of fish
- When to use a circle hook vs. a j hook
- How to rig whitebait up for more strikes
- The one thing you don’t want to do that could cause you to lose the fish of a lifetime
- How to position your boat and set yourself up for success
- What really matters most when it comes to catching a lot of fish
- And much more
I’d definitely recommend watching the video version of this podcast below (there’s a ton of fish-catching action), but you can also listen to the audio version by clicking the play button underneath it, or listen to it on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.
How To Chum & Fish Whitebait [VIDEO]
How To Chum & Fish Whitebait [PODCAST]
- UNDERWATER SCENTS THAT ATTRACT & REPEL GAME FISH (RESEARCH RESULTS)
- HOW TO CATCH TONS OF TROUT ON A TOUGH DAY (WITHOUT LIVE BAIT)
What a fun trip!
If you want to have nonstop action, too, all you need to do is catch some whitebait, get out to the edge of flat, toss out your baits, and hold on.
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