Top Offshore Bass Fishing Techniques with Catch Company Lures

These are some of the top offshore bass fishing lures and techniques used to catch largemouth bass in deep water in summer and fall. June through October are good months to use these bass fishing lures. I go through how to fish these lures and the bait casting rods and reels and fishing line that works best. The jig is one of the best ways to catch big bass fishing slow on the bottom, but the flutter spoon and deep diving crankbait will work better for active largemouth bass. The Catch Company is a new fishing tackle box service from the folks at Mystery Tackle Box. They allow you to pick tackle boxes that are designed to fish technique specific situations like the offshore ledge fishing box seen here in this video.

Justin Rackley, known as Lakeforkguy in the fishing world, creates fishing videos on youtube and other social platforms. Lakeforkguy provides fishing tips and techniques for mostly largemouth bass fisheries but also travels to other freshwater and saltwater fishing spots to explore new fish species and fishing techniques to show as many fishing places as possible and help you catch more fish. Lakeforkguy is a Collegiate Bass Fishing Champion from the SEC’s Texas A&M University. He began his fishing career as a fishing guide on one of the best largemouth bass fishing lakes in the country, Lake Fork. He has since fished in professional bass fishing tournaments in the Professional Angler’s Association and FLW. Lakeforkguy likes to hang out on his bass boat and kayaks with his wife Stephanie and french bulldog Winston.

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Shimano Metanium MgL (On the Jig Rod) –
Curado 70 XG (On the Spoon rod) –
Citica 200HG (On Jig Rod) –

Jig Rod 1 – Shimano Zodias 7’2″ Medium Heavy
Jig Rod 2 – G Loomis NRX 854 Jig and Worm
Spoon Rod – G Loomis IMX 954 Jig and Worm

15LB Berkley Big Game

DSLR Camera (Panasonic GH4) –
Static Shot (Gopro Hero 4 Black) –
Metabones Speedbooster 4/3 EF Mount –

Canon 24-105mm L Lens –

Sony UWPD11/42 Lavalier Microphone –
Gopro Chesty Lav Mic (Cheap) –

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37 Replies to “Top Offshore Bass Fishing Techniques with Catch Company Lures”

  1. Do you use the chronarch ci4+ I've seen the Mets and the new Curado but haven't seen much of the ci4+ just curious keep up the great vids

  2. I've been starting to fish deeper water but wondering is it better to start with something fast like a crankbait or slow like a jig or Texas rig?

  3. Man really would like to mooch a day fishing with you. I use gloomis mag bass rods paired with shimano reels. I would just sit in the back of the boat and not speak. enjoy every video you post, they have really help me catch more fish than ever before. I no longer go out on the lake clueless. thanks

  4. The same company that makes the spoon has stinger hooks for the spoon so you don't loss so many fish

  5. This is what im working on currently. I have always struggles in the open water fishing department. Im not sure if its because i struggle reading my graphs? Or just bad luck. Lol. But im getting there. Thanks for another good video.

  6. Love some offshore but come on man 14-16ft. I fish that deep during the spawn. lol I'm just messing with ya. Deep is relative I know. That's a killer box has most everything I like to fish this time of year. Just add in some hollow body swimbaits and heads you could leave the rest of your tackle at home.

  7. I got this e mail from MTB. I thought this was a good idea. Nice spoon fish. Should have chucked that in Canada for Muskie.

  8. Love the tips and advice . Your channel is one of the most informative channels by far here on YouTube . Thx

  9. Loomis makes some real nice fly rods as well, like your vids man, i used to live in Colorado and did a lot of trout fishing but recently moved to Houston so learning a lot about bass'n

  10. U really need to not boat flip. You got some nice rods would be a shame if you snap them by not bending over to grab the fish. Good video though man.

  11. You should try a Huddleston. Fish it like a jig but size of spoon and you won't lose as many fish as on a spoon

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