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Lake Washington Fall Bass Fishing
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Author: Mike Carey
Views: 4152
Date: 10/19/2010
Length: 00:14:58

I fish with Big Bass Dez and Chris Ferry on lake Washington for fall smallmouth bass. Our goal is to demonstrate how the average bass angler can go about pursuing smallmouth bass during the fall season. We discuss the importance of using electronics, specialty rigs, plastics, and techniques, with the goal to provide a basic understanding of what Smallmouth are up too during the fall months going into winter. Chris and Dez qualified for the TBF/FLW National Team and will be fishing for the "Living the Dream Package" in 2011 in hopes of qualifying for the Forrest Wood Cup in 2012.

Special thanks to: Auburn Sports Marine
3 River Marine
Dobyns Rods
Snipe Lures
Panic Minnow Company

Chris and Dez are both members of the Puyallup HAWGHUNTERS BASS CLUB in Washington.


Comments:
snake7676 says:
October 20, 2010 04:21 PM
Hmmmmmm I dont bass fish , but cool video and some good bass fishing! thanks.
kzoo says:
October 26, 2010 09:11 PM
Looks like a hell of a day!
Pradeep says:
November 24, 2010 02:52 PM
Nice Video and Good luck Dez and Chris in your bid to qualify for the Forrest Wood Cup in 2012.
July 26, 2011 02:24 PM
Lol I was actually drooling when I was watching this! nice video!
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