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Was bass fishing with a spro frog and had this giant bullfrog attack my frog in a patch of reeds. I threw back and this time he ate it and I caught him. This was the biggest bullfrog I've ever seen! I also caught one more big one after that.
In this video, I am fishing a very flooded river and there are gar sitting on the surface. When they are like that they are very aggressive and will eat any lure that goes right in front of it. I ended up catching 5 nice alligator gar on a musky jerkbait and the whopper plopper.
I recently got these snakes and thought I could catch some big fish with. The snakes work very well around brush and in and around lily pads. In my pond I caught the two small bass around two lbs but the 5 lber was landed in a farm pond.
This is a different angle at how the fish are caught in the sewer. It clearly shows the bass is alive and there is plenty if water to support them. At the end I unhooked it and threw em back down the drain. I was using shad for bait.