1. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Started by punching through the Lily pads with a senko but didn't seem to get much of anything, so I decided to go with the frog and just let it rest on the ...more lily pads and jerking it around just to cause some movement. Finally this lady grabbed it!

    1. Matt Dobson 0
      Sweet. Exciting catch on topwater!
  2. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Nothing like late summer fishing and pulling crap off your lure every cast lol but hey as long as the fish are biting! Before and after pic of when I got the vegetation ...more off of the fish

  3. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Finally got a chance to get out and hooked up into this little guy in some super shallow water under a bridge with tons of blue gill around

  4. Very nice morning despite heavy rains lastnight, was drifting over a ledge while keeping a steady jig off the bottom... Biggest of 10 flounder and 3 sand sharks

    Gulf Flounder with a jighead with strips of squid

    1. phillyfisher23 0
      Thanks dude! @matt
    2. Matt Dobson 0
      Nice catch man!
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  5. Details: Largemouth Bass with a bluegill squarebil crankbait

    Morning started off Very foggy but through the day cleared up. Caught on a very slow retrieve. Very murky water considering it was after a storm. Temperatures in ...more low 70's

  6. Details: Largemouth Bass with a good question? lol

    Cold water, cold weather, and a largemouth craving haha

    1. Zach Parvin 0
      Senkos or strike king swimming jigs. Swimmin fluke jr in matching color for a trailer. Get the right weight so that it will just tick the grass but not mar up.
    2. AllWaterLife 0
      Twitch twitch, pause for 3-ish seconds, twitch again.
    3. AllWaterLife 0
      Need to, let them sink a bit then start retrieving. The retrieve should consist only of twitches. Vary how hard you twitch them. Sometimes the bass are eating fast ...more moving, sometimes slow. Should be
    4. AllWaterLife 0
      The jigs or flukes? Jigs, bounce them off the bottom. 1 or 2 or 3 twitches then pause for 4 seconds. Flukes, cast em out, they stay pretty shallow but the bass come ...more up to get them every time. If you
    5. phillyfisher23 0
      @AllWaterLife how do you fish them? Bounce them off the bottom? Or like a slow retrieve?
    6. AllWaterLife 0
      Jigs and flukes. I use a ZOOM baby bass colored fluke and it's freakin magic.
    7. David Fairchild 0
      @phillyfisher23 floating worm, and don't ever forget a weightless Zoom Fluke. Watermelon colors. Start with WM/RD FLK
    8. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      No prob man. That's what I'm here for
    9. phillyfisher23 0
      Thanks alot bro! @Jimmy_Lynch
    10. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      Yeah. You'll see, it's really easy and successful
    11. the_bass_master_ 0
    12. the_bass_master_ 0
      You can a rebel popper
    13. phillyfisher23 0
      @Jimmy_Lynch yeahh soo far everything i read on fishing whacky style said watching the line is key in success with it
    14. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      Because they can pick it up and swim off with it while you don't suspect or are reeling in slack. Watch for any line movement because more often than not you ...more have a fish.
    15. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      On the worm wiggle on the fall. There really isn't anything to it. You can see some of the bass I've caught with one on my profile such as a 7lb 10oz fish. ...more Any size bass will eat it. Just be ready
    16. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      Very simple. Cast out, let it sink to bottom, pull up, repeat. Maybe you can work a few rod twitches in on the rise but usually the fish will hit it on the fall. ...more It has to do with the way the two arms
    17. phillyfisher23 0
      Videos on youtube on how to fish them what are your suggestionsv
    18. phillyfisher23 0
      @Jimmy_Lynch Thanks for the help! Ive been watching
    19. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      That's even better!
    20. phillyfisher23 0
      Got me for christmas im gonna try them out @Jimmy_Lynch
    21. phillyfisher23 0
      I have a bunch of gary yamamoto senkos my girl
    22. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      Honestly It's the dumbest rig to use but it works like nothing else! Try yum dingers in watermelon or junebug
    23. phillyfisher23 0
      @Jimmy_Lynch Thats gonna be my new thing to try out this year i never really used a whacky rig i always kindda thought it was TO whacky lol but i see alot of success ...more with it
    24. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      Flip a wacky rigged senko in the open water and next to the vegetation
    25. phillyfisher23 0
      @Jimmy_Lynch yeahh thats gonna be my first try i have a nice little rebel frog lure thats a shallow diver...however its still a little early for the frogs up my ...more way...might do a finesse rigged worm
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  7. Gotta love old pics from when i was like 10 lol but nice little chunk i caught bouncing the senko of some rocks in late spring around 06'...love fishing that ...more place

    Largemouth Bass with a texas rigged gary yomamoto watermelon senko

  8. Details: Channel Catfish with a month old chicken liver

    First time fishing this year! Come here kitty kitty kitty!

    1. fishonflyco 0
      That's surprising cant wait for spring
    2. phillyfisher23 0
    3. phillyfisher23 0
      Figured a few warm days in a row i would go out after work tn and see what happening... And surprisingly two little ones...give it a month or soo and it should really ...more start to heat up
    4. fishonflyco 0
      Wow really I might get out there then
    5. phillyfisher23 0
      Lol yeahh actually two small ones thoughh @fishonflyco
    6. fishonflyco 0
      It was warm today but still a little early for cattys but any luck
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  9. Details: Largemouth Bass with a strikeking triple blade buzzbait and a minnow on a bobber

    Old pic from when i was 13 caught the 1st fish on a buzz bait then looked over and the bobber with the minnow was gone! To bad this spot is fished out for the most ...more part Use to be a great spot

    1. phillyfisher23 0
      Lol what does train tracks have to do with something being ghetto? Haha @walleyesleyer
    2. walleyesleyer 0
      Oh I said that cause it was on train tracks
    3. phillyfisher23 0
      Lol naaa this was closer to the airport in philly @walleyesleyer
    4. walleyesleyer 0
      Was it in the geto? Lol
    5. phillyfisher23 0
      Hard to believe this pic was from 07' lol
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  10. Ready for the spring thaw and the largemouths to start hitting the buzzbait! Cant come and quicker!

    1. phillyfisher23 0
      @PhillyGillz i was so happy when i got my gloomis. They had a deal for it at cabelas for 50% off and it was on sale already ended paying like 50$ for it
    2. Ryan Gill 0
      Yea it's a good price. $200 for the combo.
    3. phillyfisher23 0
      @PhillyGillz aint bad at all! I got my abu for 110
    4. phillyfisher23 0
      @PhillyGrillz Aint bad at all! I got my abu off ebay for 110 regular price was 125
    5. Ryan Gill 0
      $100 I think.
    6. phillyfisher23 0
      @PhillyGillz yeah same...sounds sick thought how much did you spend on the reel?
    7. Ryan Gill 0
      My new setup is a penn battle 4000 on a fenwick hmg 7' MH. Excited and anxious to use it.
    8. phillyfisher23 0
      @PhillyGillz thanks dude! Just picked up a abu garcia ambassador and a ugly stick today for the kitties lol
    9. Ryan Gill 0
      Nice gear.
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Live in philly! Enjoy to fish for all types but mainly have a love for catfish and bass, nothing beats a topwater lure getting smacked by a bass ...more lol! Go phillies and flyers!