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Tips on How to Catch Largemouth Bass from Shore using Casting Spoons


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This week Ivo and Antonio are boatless as they are fishing from shore using the Python Darter casting spoons to catch largemouth bass.

They share with you loads of great shore-casting, spoon-casting tips to help you land more fish!

As always, good fishin’!

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28 thoughts on “Tips on How to Catch Largemouth Bass from Shore using Casting Spoons

  1. wow those are some nice bass and pretty good tips, thanks for sharing, subbed too

  2. Can you tell me what weight are the spoons that Ivo and Antonio are casting out in the video?  Thank you. 

  3. Is using a rubber worm with those little spinning tails at the end (7 inches) work good for bass off shore?

  4. I'm just wondering cause I'm going to get one tomorrow so go with the 3/4 or 1oz

  5. I'm a shore fishermen from Windsor Ontario. Gonna have to give that setup a try on the miles of shoreline I have access to here on the Detroit River. Never thought of trying spoons since I normally toss Big Mepps like the Mepps Musky killer etc. I seen a few videos of you fishing the Detroit River. You have any tips off the top of your head you can give me? Like maybe what should I look for when I'm trying to get walleye from shore. I struggle with that and always see guys on the boats nailing them left and right 🙁

  6. Are there places close to Toronto other then the islands where I can catch bass.
    ( preferably ponds or lakes )

  7. Why is the video called "Tips on How to Catch Largemouth Bass from Shore using Casting Spoons", when they repeatedly make it known in the video that they're fishing for Pike? Seems they're no good at fishing for Pike since they "incidentally" catch nothing except bass.

  8. Nice largies! Do you know what net that is? I've been looking for one like that but I don't have the name of it. Thanks!

  9. Hey! im one of the dude you gave a hat to at the dock in Lasalle! Thanks for the tips!

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