Uploaded by Alvin McQueen on February 27, 2013 at 9:00 am
Enjoying another nice day on the waters of a New England Pond...
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Enjoying another nice day on the waters of a New England Pond…
There are many companies out there producing similar type baits and you will come across this in many other markets as well.
are those loby bait mouse plastics like the gulp fish frys?
Alright guys, I need some honest opinions here..!.. What is the “Best Time Of Day” and “Weather Conditions” for crappies?
i have the same chubby darter. does i work for anything other than bass, i was kinda thinking of walleyes and northerns
yes it is
thanks for answering my question. all your videos are great. i live in the new england area so all ur october videos are nice to watch to. ive been trying ice fishing on a small little pond. but i just cant seem to find any. dotn even see any with my camera. you got any tips to help me find fish?
Minnesota, the King of Ice Fishing!!!!!!!!!!!!!
yeah u should. there are lots of good lakes to fish on
Those are called spring bobbers and are made by St Croix and cost around 7 dollars
I am from MN but fish in New England, always wanting to get back to MN though
What are those things called that u put on the tip of the rod to see a smaller bite?? And how much are they??
Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!! Minnesota rules!!!!!!
Trying to help educate anglers that want to know what we are doing and how we are doing it so that hopefully it helps their time on the water to be more productive and successful, will definitely get more fishing shots in, thanks
less talking more fishn’
You can find out about T.H.E. Jig at ckoutdoors and look for crappiekeith and let him know that kevin had sent you his way, thanks
BlastnCastGuy asks could u tell me where to get T.H.E jig????
Depth was from 15 to 19 feet of water
good tips, how deep wer u fishing?
We enjoy the taste but only in the winter months as the meat is much firmer than in the warmer months
fresh as you can get there
We sure did and nothing beats fish right out of the cold water to the fry pan…
i bet you had a good fish fry
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