Kayak Fishing - Using the Back Paddling Technique to Catch More Fish #howto #kayakfishing

Normally we troll Slab and Jig Rigs when kayak fishing. Works well for fish holding in the upper water column. But, when fish are holding deep, near bottom… what to do, what to do. We try the Back Paddling Technique!

This round in keeping with our motto, “Learn to Fish by our Trial and Errors”…. Watch how we use a technique that we discovered by accident. And, do stay till end for the Bonus!

Back Paddling allows the bounce and twitch of the slab and jig rig we are using It’s fished near bottom where the fish are holding… will cast and try jigging once it hits bottom. Then… back paddle, keeping sight of the rod.

When done right… rod twitches. When snagged or bit… rod bends hard. If snagged, paddle toward it and will come loose. If bit, reel the fish in!

Do see the full length video of Sunday’s Trip! Lot’s of “learn to fish by our trials and errors” action to watch. Plus, watch how we change our fishing tactics as conditions change!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Black Near Deere Variant

Frito Fishing Flies for the Sabiki Rig

DFW Fishing | How I Fished the Super Duper at Bethany Lakes

DFW Fishing | Bethany Lakes Trout Stocking

Blue River Oklahoma Fishing | Fly Tying Three Fishing Flies

Fun with Yellow Bass!

Blue River Oklahoma | Fishing the Catch and Release Section!

How We Fished the John Deere... The Simple Fishing Fly Pattern!

How Do We Clean and Cook Trout?

DIY Fish Bait Recipe | Fishing with Pectin aka Gelatin #shorts