Crazy Underwater Video!! | Freediving With World Record Bass!

We teamed up with world renowned freediver, Paul Young, to get footage of the World's biggest Spotted Bass in their natural habitat! Watch and learn as we study these schools of fish.


Its amazing to think that you can literally dive underwater and come face to face with spotted bass that are bigger than the world record bass. They're down there, they just haven't been caught yet! 

Huge Thanks to Paul for sharing this amazing underwater fishing video with us! If you'd like to follow Paul's exploits you can see him here:

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Getting to watch underwater video like this is an amazing way to learn about bass behavior. Whether your lake has spotted bass, largemouth bass, or smallmouth bass it really doesn't matter. The behavior patterns are similar enough that you can gleen knowledge by watching these fish in their natural habitat. 

We were fascinated to see the giant bass breaking away from the schools and using shadows from cover, trees, grass, etc. to conceal themselves. We can definitely put that to work the next time we're trying to figure out where to fish! 

10 Lb Spotted Bass!

Let me begin by thanking Paul Young for this incredible footage! There are only a few people in the world that have seen a true double digit spotted bass, Paul gets to swim with them! There really isn’t much to say about this video except, “WOW!” Paul, thanks for sharing this incredible video with the world!
Our stance at Tacticalbassin has not changed. As we said before, if we aren’t the experts we will find the people that are! Paul is truly the master of his realm. If you’re curious how he’s getting this incredible footage take a look at the Liquid Image Cameras he’s using

Hand Fed Spots!

I’d like to welcome Paul Young to the site. He’s a world class underwater photographer and free diver, specializing in freshwater. He’s been kind enough to supply us with some fantastic footage of bass in their natural environment. Watching bass in their natural environment, seeing how they move and attack prey, can provide some real insight into you’re fishing. Check out this video of Paul hand feeding crawdads to spotted bass!

There’s plenty more video on the way!