Happen to me also, lool
At least your not getting skunked;p
I actually caught a 3-4” Muskie one time on a bass crankbait hooked through the sides of the mouth. Told my co-angler “anyone can catch the big ones” lol.
Edit: I still haven’t broke 42” so I must not be very good lol
Catfish on the mag dawg
Hooks must be sharp!
Can't beat it,but close.
Nope. Ain’t nobody gonna beat that one Pete. That’s kinda like getting hit by lightning right there. Go buy a lottery ticket.
Can't beat it but this actually ate the corn while carp fishing...with a successful release.
Don’t see a fish
Takes a good fisherman to catch something that small. Not everyone can say they caught a fish that size.
Caught this Logperch on a 1oz fireball jig and large fathead. #hammeredit
Pete, what did it weight?
Not a fish but still a wimp..
Not a small catch but has anyone lassoed a fish in ???!!!!!
Who else has been experiencing a solid late bite? Generally been best on sunny days, which we've actually had a few of. ____________ Good friend Steve Salisbury here ... nailed a few real nice ones at dark last trip. If you are interested in a custom rod, he's the guy that can make it happen ... including pink colors 😉 Great North Custom Rod and Tackle ... See MoreSee Less
Just had a a night bite Friday from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. pulling cranks in 5ft of water in Western Wisconsin.
🤣😂 stuck in his face!
What are the water temps?
2 nights ago casting a smithwick from shore on Lake Erie. Bite started just after sundown.
On two different nights twice each night I had a big northern pike on using a piece of shrimp fishing for bull heads. Fishing in a cove a foot and a half deep in the openings of the lily pads. Needless to say he cut my line off all four times. I now have 30 pound braid and steel leaders fishing for bull heads. All in the dark. Have you ever heard of northern pike eating shrimp? Apparently he loves it. Or they love it.
I just went on Livingston website and I'm figuring out what all I want with that 10% off offer!!!!
Catching Walleye in West Texas in 60ft of water still. They are all good filet sizes.