Fall Pond Fishing For MICRO Fish from a Golf Cart!

We explore a farm pond in search of anything that will bite! The Fall transition is a great time to explore new ponds as the grass dies back and the fish move into the shallows. We stumble onto a school of aggressive Green Sunfish and have a blast catching them! 

The Gear...
Lure-Panther Martin Spinner: http://bit.ly/2uXduVt
Lure- Bang Tail Spinner: http://bit.ly/2xy7SRJ
Rod- Fenwick HMG Medium Light: http://bit.ly/2xjeHqx
Reel- Shimano Sedona: http://bit.ly/2wgh50Z
Line- 4 lb Maxima UltraGreen: http://bit.ly/2ae97J9

Camera- GoPro Hero 5: http://bit.ly/2iwZqqU

Fishing is all about balance. Whether you run a 21 foot bass boat or wade streams for trophy trout, we all need to stop at some point during the year and get back to our first love. Fishing for tiny fish with micro gear has a place in every serious angler's repertoire.

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Need Sun Protection? 

Here's what we wear...
Sun Mask: http://bit.ly/2vgSsh4
Sun Shirt w/ Hood: http://bit.ly/2vgTOst
Light Fishing Pants: http://bit.ly/2foDx10

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Topwater Pond Fishing Fun

How many casts does it take to catch a bass on topwater? How about to catch 10 bass? Even more? Come along with Tim to do some pond fishing and see how many fish he can catch on topwater. 

Tim is using a Rico popper to catch bass in a small pond. He gets bit on his first cast and the action just keeps right on going! The popper is a very versatile bait that catches fish on topwater when nothing else will. If you haven't thrown a popper lately, its time!

Gear Used In The Video...

Rio Rico Popper: http://bit.ly/2f7gink

Rod- Zodias 6'10" Medium: http://bit.ly/2cgmMAe
Reel- Caenan 150: http://bit.ly/2geIvbD
Line- Sufix 832 in 30 lb: http://bit.ly/2ae93Ji

Camera- GoPro Hero5: http://bit.ly/2iwZqqU

The Ultimate Pond Fishing Challenge

Matt challenged Tim to show up to a pond with nothing but his backpack and two rods. Inside the pack was a variety of baits that should work great on a small pond. The challenge? Catch a fish on every bait in the box in less than 2 hours... and be careful not to break off, there aren't many backup baits! 

Tim did a great job of working through the various baits to catch bass in the pond. He proved it could be done with different techniques and fishing styles from worm fishing to reaction fishing to getting topwater blow ups. 

Tackle Used In This Video...

Sweet Beaver 4.20 (Tramp Stamp Color): http://bit.ly/29W3RZW
Jackhammer Bladed Jig: http://bit.ly/2popvj6
3.8 Keitech and 4.8 Keitech: http://bit.ly/2ab7s8v
7” Black Powerworm: http://bit.ly/2ouqzSU
6” Fat Roboworm (Margarita Mutilator Color): http://bit.ly/2awYSxM
Clausen Finesse Jig (Green Pumpkin): http://bit.ly/2eJinXo
Smallie Beaver (Sprayed Grass): http://bit.ly/2dR6CkP
Rage Toad: http://bit.ly/2dekwdd
5” Senko (Morning Dawn Color): http://bit.ly/2axAmNS
White Super Fluke: http://bit.ly/2aqys0H
Rio Rico Topwater: http://bit.ly/2f7gink

Rod- Shimano Zodias 6'10" Medium: http://bit.ly/2cgmMAe
Reel- Shimano Caenan: http://bit.ly/2geIvbD

Well done Tim! You completed the challenge with time to spare! We hope you guys enjoyed coming along on this challenge video. Its not our typical educational fishing video but we had a blast putting it together and doing something a little different!