Learn how to catch a calico bass on live bait by Dan Hernandez
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I am here right now, just passing my line. It is out there by the kelp, and just feel that line. You want to always feel your bait. You should know exactly what your bait is doing by your finger tips. You should be able to feel when that bait see something, when it gets nervous. You don't want to just feed outline because it'll end up just being tangled all over itself.
What I'll do once in a while just wind back up, make sure I am feeling my bait. Once I feel that tail kick and then I'll get --feed it some more line. Sometimes you have to put the reeling gear to catch up to the fish. The reeling gear, wind up that's it. Here we go. Here we go. It's not a bass, it's running up.
It's in the kelp. I think it's a bass. It ran up this way, really fast. Maybe -- you get some live feed. Free-spool --sometimes you turn free-spool, to find the easy way out. Free spool. That's definitely good. It is nice this log has a good back that I can pull on it. So this is, it might be a nice bass. Just need that sardine.
Oh, that's a bass. I see him. He ran so far out of the kelp, I didn't think it was a bass. Nice bass. Big bass. Looks like the other one, really looks like the other one. Nice bass. Oh, there you go. It's a big bass, we were going to release it anyway. That was a nice big bass, about 5-6 pound bass. This was a small hook, size 10. Little bit small hook for a fish that big, that was a nice fish. Alright, let's see if we get another one. Just fishing right here on the edge of the kelp. These fish are stacked up.