This week on around the Forum, we head out to Lake Ray Hubbard to fish with Brannon Long from Longview.
He gives us some great tips on Night Tournament fishing, and what the difference is in Wind Blown Grass and Rocks.
We also have some neat footage from a Hat Cam, and the unique shot's it brings out.
So now to the part you really want to see.....The Video's
Brannon Talking about difference in night tournament fishing
Talk about Braid
Catches fish and talks about wind current on Rocks and Grass
Talks about color's for night and baits
Catches fish talks about changing lures.
This Might Be one of the BEST video's I have yet to capture.....Watch the whole video...
Heres a clip from that video, it was .9 seconds of the clip maxed to 20 seconds for you guys to see how fast a strike happens and is over.
Talks about what a bass does after he blows up on a top water bait
Talks about Whatabuger
Tip for Top Water Baits
Talks about his Skeeter Boat
Talks about how important his sponsors are.
Talks about Lake Fork Tackle
Heres are video's from the hat cam, and under those are the camera I set up to show you the same shot's just different angle.
Here's is a slow motion shot of one of his hook sets, I think young anglers need to see. He uses everything to the max and waste no movement. Check it out. This was a 1.1 second clip maxed to 20 seconds for you.
Loc: hurst, tarrent county
Brannon, awesome camera speaking skills. Gave lots of detailed information but was very easy to comprehend and grasp. For some reason you remind me of Travis Pastrana but in the fishing world?? Awesome job Casey
It really means alot and keeps me stoked to have such good response from what I would call some of the best people and anglers around. I hope that if yall have any qustion thay I can anwser them. So feel free to ask or even drop a hint or two your self Thank you very much and keep biggins on yo mind.
you know thats a really good question. And for you Jr. anglers out there. This is how you challange a heckler. Use a spinnerbait but for the really big cats look for the creeks that are round and always pitch to the corners. lol
Great job showing off the hatcam Casey. That footage from that turtle was great. That was a good tip on how to unhook him as well. Your right though, you just have to look naturally and the hatcam will get the footage. There's no need to try to "point" the camcorder at the fish, especially on the hold ups. You get the hang of using the hatcam very quickly. The footage and the persective you get with it is priceless!
Also, I'd like to thank everyone we met at the Texas Toyota Bass Classic. The response we got about the hatcam was overwhelming.
Please feel free to check out our website at www.hatcams.com to learn more about the hatcam. If you fish or hunt, this is a must have. Also feel free to PM me if you have any questions about our product. Thanks again Casey.
Bob and Janie, I did'nt know which forum to put this on so? Just wanted to say that our fishing trip at fork from Tulsa was the best we have had yet because of Bobs suggestion to use 1/4 ounce small white spinner baits. Our 3 boats caught some great fish in the 3 days we were there. My boat did really well because I fished the same bait for 3 days. My son who fished in his buddys boat loves to fish plastics and they did'nt switch until I showed them pictures from day 1. We had 3 fish that were over 7# and 1 fish lost that would have broke 10# plus.So Thank You for your suggestion and we will always wait until we get to your shop to buy our tackle insted of bass pro in tulsa.