– – \r\rLake: Diamond Valley Lake (Hemet California)\r\rFilmed By: tacklewarehouse.com\r\rTechniques Used: Fishing the Phat Fly\r\rBoat Log:\r\rBoat: BassCat P4\rEngine: Evinrude 200\rTrolling Motor: MotorGuide\rElectronics: Lowrance\rPower-Poles: Two\r\rEquipment Log:\r\rRods: Lamiglas Rouge River Special\rReels: Shimano Stradic 2500\rLines: Maxima 6# Fluorocarbon\rBraid: Suffix\rLures: Spro Phat fly 1/8 oz\rColor: Grey Ghost\rGlasses: WileyX P17
– – \r\rLake: Diamond Valley Lake (Hemet California)\r\rFilmed By: tacklewarehouse.com\r\rTechniques Used: Fishing the Phat Fly\r\rBoat Log:\r\rBoat: BassCat P4\rEngine: Evinrude 200\rTrolling Motor: MotorGuide\rElectronics: Lowrance\rPower-Poles: Two\r\rEquipment Log:\r\rRods: Lamiglas Rouge River Special\rReels: Shimano Stradic 2500\rLines: Maxima 6# Fluorocarbon\rBraid: Suffix\rLures: Spro Phat fly 1/8 oz\rColor: Grey Ghost\rGlasses: WileyX P17
Bobber stops or pegs are a common way to fix your weight in place next to your flipping and pitching presentation. Although they’re relatively cheap, it’s easy to use up your inventory through retying or re-rigging, leaving you without this important consumable when you need it. Bill Lowen shares a quick tip he uses to transfer pegs from one line to the next. This will help you maintain your inventory and save a few bucks in the process.
How and where to fish with a slip bobber and catch multi-species fish.
My second video at Spring Mill Pond. I hooked a good sized trout at one point, but my line broke. Wish I would have captured that on film! http://fishingzone…
Cught a bass using a cricket with a bobber.
Just a quick video I took while fishing at Spring Mill Pond. http://fishingzone.zxq.net/