How To ALWAYS Catch WINTER Fish (Works Every Time!)



Tips and tricks on how to catch those stubborn winter bass in the cold weather! These fishing techniques will help you catch more fish and it works every time!

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39 Responses

  1. Drop those winter fishing tips below…

  2. That looks nothing like winter

  3. I'm with you on a whole bunch of moving appendages however when watching panfish on underwater cameras you can trigger strikes with 1 small very very flexible appendage that is in line with the hook. You dont want it to move alot but a tiny little flicker makes a world of difference sometimes. *the same may not apply to bass.

  4. Page Hunt says:

    … one tip I have for winter fishing, is a tip that is only valid on a somewhat sandy/hard bottom/ minimal grass. short jigging a lipless… (kvd red eye shad works great)(yo zuri rattling vibe, deeper water)… cast out, wait for lure to rest on the bottom for a few seconds, lift your rod tip just high enough and just faster enough to feel vibration, then stop.let it rest… .. allow longer resting times for colder water…. use natural colors, except for muddy water…. I have a page on Facebook called bass assassination, my name is Anthony hunt. I don't have a way to record video, but I have many pictures, I love bass fishing more than anything other than God. if I could get discovered. my life would be perfect.

  5. I’ll say use a crankbait

  6. Zach W. says:

    Based on his clothes, it's not anywhere close the freezing temps here in Missouri

  7. 719LifeStyle says:

    You and kickinbasstv are my two favorite YouTube fishermen. I learned alot from watching yall. Last year i caught my PB from learning the colors and how too match the hatch

  8. My winter fishing tip

    They Are deep, stay warm!!!!!!

  9. I live up in Washington state when it’s winter it’s WINTER! you’re guys winter is like early spring for us 50 degrees water temp hahahaha

  10. George Zink says:

    50 degrees. Im going swimmin. With some hot women

  11. George Zink says:

    So up north ua only use a 1/4stick. Di no mit..right

  12. I use crawfish like the bandito bug and just work them slowly with really long pauses

  13. Nate Haas says:

    I live in Indiana and the Ned rig always works with a sukoshi bug or the z man finesse Trd. On a warm day I throw a suspending jerkbait if I dont want to fish slow

  14. Nate Haas says:

    I live in Indiana and the Ned rig always works with a sukoshi bug or the z man finesse Trd. On a warm day I throw a suspending jerkbait if I dont want to fish slow

  15. Nate Haas says:

    I live in Indiana and the Ned rig always works with a sukoshi bug or the z man finesse Trd. On a warm day I throw a suspending jerkbait if I dont want to fish slow

  16. Nate Haas says:

    I live in Indiana and the Ned rig always works with a sukoshi bug or the z man finesse Trd. On a warm day I throw a suspending jerkbait if I dont want to fish slow

  17. Nate Haas says:

    I live in Indiana and the Ned rig always works with a sukoshi bug or the z man finesse Trd. On a warm day I throw a suspending jerkbait

  18. Jose Valdez says:

    I needdddddd lures it all got stolen😭😭😭

  19. Winter fishing…yet I see leaves on trees, and dudes wearing shorts…..I'd fish this guy through the freaking lake ANYTIME OF THE YEAR….WINTER FISHING… LMMFAO 🤣 😂

  20. Winter fishing is NOT 50 degree water…..LMFAO…..catch a bass in Maryland in January, then film a video

  21. I’m a Florida boy to and these yum dingers got me my first bass of the year. Thanks 🤙🏽

  22. This kid would quit fishing if he stuck his hand in our 37 degree water up north.

  23. Just fished the CA delta last week and got 4 in an hour using a ca craw deep diving crank. Winds picked up and I said skrrrrtt

  24. kevin10870 says:

    We stop fishing when its cold outside cuz its freaking cold outside!lol love ghe vids. Keep'em coming

  25. Patrick Wall says:

    Uhm I thought you said…winter. Wisconsin winter includes real ice…not “feels ice cold” 😂

  26. frenchy 858 says:

    If you were a Fisherman you'd know nothing will ever 'work every time'

  27. Rattletrap. Just twitch it every few seconds 2 or 3 pumps. They usually stay by the edges for the most part all year in this part of Texas, near Houston which is similar to florida although we get colder. Every pond is different, but in the winter I stick to shad lures, sometimes crankbaits to dig deep but the rattletrap kills it always. I use the yum dinger as well in weedy places like a creek I frequent.

  28. Oscar Flores says:

    How do you fish off the bank when there’s a lot of tall grass in the water like 5 feet in I always get stuck on the grass

  29. Chris M says:

    Slow drag or lightly ticking along bottom with small jigs and tubes. Hardest part it knowing when the fish bite

  30. Immortal says:

    I'll trade your winter for mine.. Leaves on the trees still and shorts.. That's my kind of winter. Fish slow down in the 40's by me. Dusk and dawn are the best times to catch fish.

  31. Kit Carp says:

    I live in Texas and so far slowly reeling in soft plastic swimbaits has worked pretty good

  32. wramsey193 says:

    50° slow moving baits?Throw a rattle trap crank it fast, 50° is one of the best temps to do this at.

  33. Wait. Florida?! Winter fishing tips?! #Perplexed

  34. Amy Ellen says:

    I have a YouTube channel and it is kids outdoor country

  35. winter fishing: wears shorts :/

  36. Gem Dandy says:

    Young subscriber tells him he caught one three pounds,pointed to the pond! He immediately gathers up his gear, and heads to that pond ! How do you have so many subscribers! 50 degree water temp is ice cold to you! Keep fishing in Florida!

  37. I recently jigged a small minnow in deep water near fallen tree, worked it like a dying bait fish, got me a couple of bites but it was a long tough day on the water

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