Proven Fishing Techniques – Discover how a Slip Bobber Rig prevents Lost Fish

Using a proven fishing technique for redfish, bass or other fish becomes useless if the fish breaks the line on an obstacle like an oyster bed. Discover how using a slip bobber rig and slip bobber stop can be the perfect inshore fishing setup as well as a freshwater fishing setup in places the fish is might cut the fishing line.

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Comments

Randy Houdashelt says:

love to use those floats in the marsh. jerk your rod tip every couple of minutes to make the float pop in the water. the sound helps attract the fish.

Aliex Fishing TV says:

Awesome, I can use this for some snapper fishing before they get into the rocks

Michael Cox says:

Floats are necessary when fishing the marsh areas. I thought this was common knowledge for local fisherman. Please post complete videos of the catch, nothing is more frustrating than watching a fish fight and never getting to see the catch.

D Carter says:

Good stuff Steve, been using floats for yrs. myself.

Wade Baune says:

Sometimes i fish bait only on a free hook. Three or four feet from the bait, going back to the pole I apply fly floatant. Then I watch the line for movement.
For you it might keep your extra line from your pole from sinking down into the oysters?

D Carter says:

I’m down at South Brunswick area, Sunset, Little River.

Chitownmike says:

You sound a bit like Hank Hill. Love the videos,keep up the great work.

redwood1957 says:

what bait are you using that could add to the problem

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