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Drop Shot Action

Check out this awesome sonar footage we recorded while drop shotting a deep school of spotted bass off a point near the Dam. If you watch close you will be able to see fish on the screen moving toward my bait numerous times. This showcases the crystal clear picture produced by the Humminbird 1197 and New 3D Sonar. Switching to Humminbird has improved my capabilities of locating and catching more open water spotted bass. Humminbird is without a doubt the clearest most accurate sonar I have ever used. For those interested here are my basic "Sonar" settings for the unit used above. Unit was set on Max Mode with Surface Clutter: 7 Sensitivity: 12 and Chart Speed: 2
Book your trip today to learn more about Humminbird and open water SPOTS !!! ~LB

 

 


February Fishing, Video 1

This video was shot February 26th, 2011 by a client with his I-Phone during our trip. We had started our morning fishing Jig Head Worms and Football Jigs around shallow flats in the river boating some nice chuncky Spots. My clients had to leave around 1:30pm so at 12:00 we decided to run down lake and focus our last hour fishing a school of big spots I'd been on for a few weeks. This particular school of fish had been in the area for nearly a month, moving to different flats in the area each day. It took us about 20mins to locate the school but when we did we missed our first two bites then boated 3 straight 4lb+ quality Spots !!! Great way to end the day. Special thanks to Jabo, Thad, and Tyler for hiring Carters Lake Guide Service.

 

 

 


February Fishing, Video 2

Here is video number 2 of our trip on 02.26.11, another big Spot. Watch and listen as the fish come's up to the boat and rips off 20ft of drag as it surge's toward the bottom. This is why I love Spotted Bass, they never give up and will make runs that will for a moment, make you wonder if it is indeed a freshwater fish you are fighting !!! Thanks again guys for hiring my services. ~LB