Trout fishing with Powerbait

Trout fishing with Powerbait

 

My son and I went fishing at Foster reservoir last month. (This video was actually taped mid November). It was a rainy day, but we had a lot of fun catching trout along the bank. We were fishing at the mouth of a small creek that flowed into Foster. We were using powerbait for bait and fishing off the bottom.

Gear & tackle: 7’6″ rod and a 8′. 6# braid line, and 4# mono line on one of the reel. We were using different powerbait setup, some were the floating kind, and some were the dough.

Walmart Trout Fishing Challenge

Walmart Trout Fishing Challenge

 

This Walmart Trout Fishing Challenge was one of the most FUN videos to make and here’s why… Rather than simply going out trout fishing We added a Twist by leaving it all up to what limited tackle Walmart had to choose from. The Challenge was a blast and even though only one person could take home the Grand Prize we cant wait to do it again. Hope you enjoyed and be sure to check out the other videos on our channel.
—GBtv

 

 

This video was filmed with…
-GoPro Hero 4Black
-Canon 70D/Canon EF-S 10-15mm 1:4.5-5.6

This video was edited with…
-Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015

Fishing for Trout with Powerbait

 

trout fishing at foster reservoir using powerbait on a carolina rig setup. foster reservoir is a great place to fish for trout. lots of bank access for the whole family.

MY SETUP:

rod: 6′ light action and a 8′ light action –
reel: size 2500 spinning reel
line: 20# braid and 6# mono
bait: powerbait power eggs
rig: carolina rig with a #8 hook & 1/4 oz to 3/8 oz weight
(I find the rainbow powerbait tend to produce the best result for trout fishing).

hope you enjoy this video about fishing for trout with powerbait.

thanks for watching.

Her FIRST Trout Ever!!! Trout Fishing the Patapsco River

 

Trout fishing with my sister, my sister’s dog, and my mom. The mission: to get my sister on her first ever rainbow trout! Secondary objectives: keep my sister’s dog safe throughout the trip and try to get my mom on her second ever trout. The conditions were tricky as the trout continued to be finicky as seen the day before, but we managed to almost fill out our limit of trout on pink trout worms and powerbait trout dough!

Powerbait Trout Dough
PINK Trout Worms!
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Rod/Reel/Line/Lures used:
-Favorite Summit Rod 6’8″ med/fast (Ad)

-PowerBait Power Floating Trout Worm (bubblegum) – wacky rigged
-Suffix 832 braid (10 lbs) -Seaguar Tatsu fluorocarbon (7 lbs – leader) -Shimano JDM BFS limited Aldebaren

 

Location: Patapsco River – Ellicott City, Maryland
Date: October 21th, 2016
Primary Pattern: Slowly jigging a wacky rigged pink power worm under the dam and fishing powerbait dough on the bottom
Time Fished: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Air Temp: 74 degrees
Water Temp: 60 degrees
Water Clarity: 24 inches
Conditions: Low water and slow current

Gopro Hero 4 silver (first person filming) External audio Skeleton housing Chest Mount Must have GoPro Accessories MicroSD card Additional Batteries
Portable Tripod Camera Bag Lens Cleaning Kit
Sony a5100 (portable vlogging camera)
Canon 70D (high quality camera) Canon EF-S Lens Rode Mic Gorilla Tripod Mount MicroSD card

45 Minute TROUT Fishing Challenge!!!

 

A super fast trout fishing challenge! Originally LunkersTV and I were going to sleep in, eat some breakfast, then I was to drop him off at the airport by noon so he could catch his flight back to Texas. Well, we changed our minds when we woke up a bit earlier than anticipated… So, we skipped breakfast, grabbed a couple rods, and drove out to a local river to see if any trout were around and biting!

PINK Trout Worms!
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Look out for another trout fishing video tomorrow! I take my sister, mom, and my sister’s dog out and attempt to get each of them on some rainbows (minus the dog :P)

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Rod/Reel/Line/Lures used:
-Favorite Summit Rod 6’8″ med/fast (Ad)

-PowerBait Power Floating Trout Worm (bubblegum) – wacky rigged
-Suffix 832 braid (10 lbs) -Seaguar Tatsu fluorocarbon (7 lbs – leader) -Shimano JDM BFS limited Aldebaren

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Location: Patapsco River – Ellicott City, Maryland
Date: October 20th, 2016
Primary Pattern: Slowly jigging a wacky rigged pink power worm under the dam
Time Fished: 9:32 am – 10:17 am
Air Temp: 71 degrees
Water Temp: 60 degrees
Water Clarity: 24 inches
Conditions: Low water and slow current

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Camera Gear:

Gopro Hero 4 silver (first person filming) External audio Skeleton housing Chest Mount Must have GoPro Accessories MicroSD card Additional Batteries
Portable Tripod Camera Bag Lens Cleaning Kit
Sony a5100 (portable vlogging camera)
Canon 70D (high quality camera) Canon EF-S Lens Rode Mic Gorilla Tripod Mount MicroSD card
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Spring Trout Fishing with Spinners, Spoons, and Plastics

 

After a cold snap with snow, sleet, and rain in the Northeast I opted to chase trout instead of bass at my favorite stretch along the Patapsco River. The river was surprisingly calm and clear following the wintry storm and the trout were cooperative taking a variety of baits including spinners, spoons, and plastics!

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Lures Used:
-Panther Martin Spinner (1/8 ounce, silver)
-Acme Kastmaster (1/8 ounce, silver)
-LakeFork Sickle tail baby shad (green pumpkin) on a 1/16 ounce ball jighead
-Berkley Powerbait floating trout worm 3″ (pink) on a 1/16 ounce ball jighead

Rod/Reel/Line used:
-Team Daiwa Tierra 2000 (10 lb suffix 832 braid – 7 lb sunline sniper fluorocarbon leader) with a 13 fishing omen black spinning rod 6’7″ med/light – extra fast

Camera Gear:
Gopro hero 4 silver (1080p, 60 FPS, medium FOV) External audio Chest Mount
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Location: Patapsco River – Daniels Dam in Ellicott City, Maryland
Date: April 11th, 2016
Primary Pattern: Using a variety of baits to fish the conditions whether it entailed finessing the trout out of a pressured hole or covering water with a spinner
Time Fished: 12 pm – 3 pm
Air Temp: 58 degrees
Water Temp: 48 degrees
Water Clarity: 42 inches
Conditions: Mostly cloudy with winds from the S up to 14 mph

Trout Fishing with Pink Worms?

 

Lures Used:
-Berkley Powerbait Floating Trout Worm (3″, bubble gum – wacky rigged on a 1/16 ounce jighead)

Rod/Reel/Line used:
-Team Daiwa Tierra 2000 (6 lb stren original monofilament) with a G loomis SRJ 782 6’6″ med/fast

Camera Gear:
Gopro Hero 4 silver External audio Chest Mount
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Thermometer used: BPS stream thermometer

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Location: Patapsco River in Ellicott City, Maryland
Date: February 19th, 2016
Primary Pattern: Finding slow pools and fishing wacky rigged bubble gum (key color :P) power worms along the bottom
Time Fished: 11 am – 4 pm (actual time spent fishing – about 2 hours)
Air Temp: High of 38 degrees, low of 31 degrees
Water Temp: 36 degrees
Water Clarity: 48 inches
Conditions: Mostly cloudy with winds from the SE up to 11 mph

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How To Vids – Collabs with Legendary Anglers – Epic Fishing Challenges – Bass Tournament Vids – Fishing with my Subscribers – Multi Species Vids – Saltwater Fishing – Subscriber Fishing Tournaments – Mystery Tackle Box Slams – My Tackle Collection – Other Playlists –