Originally Published on Nov 1, 2016 Surf fishing for false albacore and striped bass. Tins and bucktails are used to catch albies and stripers while surfcasting.
Originally Published on Sep 30, 2016 PART 2/2: On this episode we are headed into Montauk, New York to find out why it is called the “Surf Fishing Capital” and to hopefully hook up on some legendary fish. Our goal is to find and locate the giant fish that migrate through the area. However there is a challenge. We have never done anything like this before! Will we be able to find a legendary fish at Montauk, NY? Well you’ll just have to watch and find out! Get ready for some seriously EPIC fishing adventures. WATCH PART 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-d1mR… The [More]
Originally Published on Sep 23, 2016 PART 1/2: On this episode we are headed into Montauk, New York to find out why it is called the “Surf Fishing Capital” and to hopefully hook up on some legendary fish. Our goal is to find and locate the giant fish that migrate through the area. However there is a challenge. We have never done anything like this before! Will we be able to find a legendary fish at Montauk, NY? Well you’ll just have to watch and find out! Get ready for some seriously EPIC fishing adventures. WATCH PART 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URUUP… The [More]
Originally Published on Sep 7, 2015 WEBSITE: http://saltwaterexperience.com Video Description… The FG/GT/Sebile/Delph knot. Call it whatever The FG/GT/Sebile/Delph knotyou want, this is the strongest knot from braid to fluorocarbon knot. It is a constriction knot and, when tied properly, is the strongest connection. Tom Rowland shows you step by step instruction on how to tie this knot.
Originally Published on Jan 13, 2013 http://www.modernpawnandguns.com http://www.facebook.com/modernpawnand…
Originally Published on Jul 3, 2015 Caught a 29″ striped bass at Ocean Beach San Francisco. I’m using a 9′ surf rod with a penn battle II 4000 reel and 30lbs braided line and 2’6″ leader. I’m using live bait sand fleas from the beach
Originally Published on Oct 5, 2014 by richtroxler This is the first in my “View From the Beach” series of videos on learning to read water / wave action and beach structure. This video focuses on understanding what a wave is and how it behaves in relation to soft / hard structure and bottom contour.
Originally Published on May 14, 2014 Detailed instructions on how to tie the Davy Knot and the Double Davy Knot.
Originally Uploaded on Feb 1, 2012 This is a seminar on How to fish for Fluke & Flounder Fishing. We also have a full length DVD with detailed animations, descriptions and tips on how to “How to fish for Fluke & Flounder” Fishing. Go to BigBassUniversity.com for more info. Please note: We can give you all of this in an online seminar for free, but our video has so much more information on it.
Originally Published on Jul 5, 2012 Captain Vincent Russo wants to show you a quick way to clean your catch without cleaning the scales first! Watch and learn as Captain Vincent Russo shows you THE BEST way to clean your catch. Get maximum yield with EVERY FISH!
Originally Published on Jul 5, 2012 Having trouble tying a palomar knot with fluorocarbon fishing line? If so, chances are you are making a few key mistakes in tying the knot that are cutting and abrading the line and weaken it.
Originally Uploaded on May 25, 2011 UPDATED 11/14/2014 ****** Hey there guys and gals. I’m really glad that so many of you have watched this video, and taken the time to learn something new. For many of you it was a knot that took you outside your comfort zone and yet so many of you stuck it through. And in doing so have made yourself more prepared to catch more, and bigger, fish. ***Almost half a million views!!! WOW THAT IS SO AMAZING FOR A LITTLE VIDEO I MADE FOR A FEW FRIENDS/CUSTOMERS AT THE TIME. So now I am [More]