Jesus Villarreal: The cat stole this episode! Had to re-watch it a second time, couldn't stop laughing at the fat brown feline.
Konstantin Andrukhov: I like the cat
Mostafa Rushdy: your are great and informative,,, thank you
Jim Beattie: Thanks for the useful tips, Nick. One thing I might add about finding the depth is the I-bobber or e-bobber which transmits images below the surface to your smart phone. It's like a fishfinder on a boat but built into a bobber that you cast. I think they sell for about $100 or so. There are videos of them on youtube.
math teacher: Well done. I didn't know about the circle hooks. Thank you.
Cindy Lane: We went fishing in Corpus Christi of the Bob Hall pier for whiting. Get shrimp! It works.
iamstarstuff001: I like the cat.
Dam Dewey: I caught nothing from these tips exepet the hanker chiff
zach kuckkahn: Does anyone else see the cat?
khnarry: I like setting the hook.
emonoodlz08: Ok quick question, in my area we have gar and catfish that I primarily fish for. Now watching this video it seems u get a hit u immediately set the hook not to miss your chance. My buddy says gar give a big hit n wait. So off my backyard that's What I see, I get a hit and wait 20 minutes, so the gar hopefully swallows the hook and I hopefully set it. Well whether I wait 20 minutes or set as fast as I can I don't seem to get anything. Even went to smaller hooks. Looking for advice here. Fyi I run 3-6 rods so holding each isn't practicable. Also I use usually use a 4-2 gamakatsu octopus hook. Any suggestions. I fish for gar or cat fish. Honestly anything that bites. I do catch n release n want to just catch anything worth a picture and a long story to tell.
Randall Carroll: I like that tackle box. Yeah friend, I fish out of a 14ft Bass Tracker and I've watched fellas catch more fish from the bank. Made me want to dock the boat and join them.
Alex: At 4:17 I think you could grab the fish because there is a catfish next to you
Cassandra Simpson: freakin cat lmao
1328daviess: Buy low memory line and don`t put more on than is recommended
Robert Kirkland: when me and my dad go out musky fishin we always forget the hookouts