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Kayak Fishing: 10 pound Largemouth Bass in Texas



Join Robert Field as he travels to a central Texas lake in search of huge Texas largemouth bass. Robert lands some nice fish after weeding through the dinks, but then he’s reminded that bass often have the upper hand. He loses what he claims to be the biggest bass of his life. We’ve all heard that story: the one you broke off is always “THIS” big. Well in this episode, Robert finds PROOF that he was right.

Watch now to learn how he’s enticing these hawgs to bite, and find out how he knows he lost the biggest bass of his life.

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44 thoughts on “Kayak Fishing: 10 pound Largemouth Bass in Texas

  1. 614 where u guys fishing in the same apot u cought him first. ??? and was it the same time ??

  2. 4:44 thanks man maybe thats what im doing wrong i thrpw it and pull it right away expecting a fish to chase it and snap it

  3. Mr field, I am starting my new channel, brought to you by RS Nets, called Paul Busse Fishing and I was wondering if I could get some advice for not only fishing but filming techniques. I usually fish for bass and was hoping I could get some pointers from my favorite kayak bass fishermen. If you could check out my channel and subscribe that would be great. Great video man!

  4. 5:34 I had that happen last summer he swam under the boat and snapped the line.. I catch giant bass here at a private farm pond here in Iowa. I'm buying a kayak.. so thanks for helping me make my decision.

  5. 5:34 I had that happen last summer he swam under the boat and snapped the line.. I catch giant bass here at a private farm pond here in Iowa. I'm buying a kayak.. so thanks for helping me make my decision.

  6. i hate not having a scale. i got some alright fish last year but no idea the weights. even got a nice fat one beg of this year. though he was short. i have no idea what my pb is lol. man catching them quick in texas in a cold month. you def know the area. i always think there is huge bass in prob every water with them. people just dont understand you have to put in time and get out there and you will land one. nice vid man grats on the fish. im on shore and a noob but the best thing that works for me is to work the bottom and to keep moving around and i usually land more fish that way. im in cali on pressured castaic though so a lot of guys skunk here. but hey thats fishing. i dont mind skunking as long as im out fishing it gives me that chance of landing big fish. cya

  7. good god, if that was to happen to me id start crying right there if i saw my worm sticking out of that mouth someone else brought it. id have nightmares for life.

  8. I live in north Texas and plan to purchase my first yak Saturday. I'm super excited and already have so many plans to outfit my rig. Love your videos and keep up the great work.

  9. I'm sorry but I played your break off a few times, then a few more to show Bryan!!! Hahahahaha, sorry friend. But super cool Terry caught it with the worm still in it the next day!!!

  10. This is an awesome video, 😀 Im definatly subbing, i will try to visit your channel regularly from now on 😀 if you can do visit my channel! That would be awesome!! 😀 Until next time and keep up the great videos! Peace

  11. I'm looking to start kayak fishing. I live in the Dallas area of Texas. Wanted to know some good lakes to go to. Also what gear to get. I just started fishing two weeks ago and I'm obsessed with it. I want to stop standing on the bank and get in the water. Since I'm a teen with a limited budget boats aren't really an option. I just want to know what rod and reel I should get? What kayak I should get? What line? What lures? Just a basic rundown of gear I need to succeed in kayak fishing.

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