KAYAK BASS FISHING ADVENTURES ON THE CANAL DAY 1

by Kevin Verge
(West Palm Beach, Florida, USA)

DAY 1


My name is Kevin, I’m 15 years old, striving to become pro some day.
I use my kayak to bass fish and every day is different. Today is the first of a few I will be recording my kayak adventures.
Today I set out on the kayak with a yum goby fluke. As I set out on the normal trail, I noticed the day was calm and hot like every day in Florida. I threw out the bait on my quantum rod which I use every day. I noticed the action was a bit off so I fixed the rig. With only getting one hit off the goby, I switched it for an ultra fine finesse worm, and then I started to get hit after hit but no fish. Until I got to my most favorite part of the canal, lots of structure and wood. My first few casts were unsuccessful, but I backed the kayak up to give me some casting room, sure enough I got a fish on the line....to my surprise...it was a lame ass sunfish. After that nightmare, I soon caught I small bass but not even worth talking about. So after I threw out a Kermy frog which came up to no fish, I headed home with my head down in shame, with the horrible day of fishing.

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Optimism: a fishermans best tactic
by: Nick Carter

Keep your head up kid, everyone has there bad days, I usually have more than others. The only way to catch fish is to remain positive, focused and optimistic. You hve to look at the positives, fish were lathargic you switchedto finesse and got bites, this is a positive. You also didn;t get skunked. Another positive. Every cast you throw teaches you something. Take all that information to heart and figure them out. Even Kevin VanDam has his bad days. Best of luck to you and never give up!

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Next Time
by: R. Rodriguez

Hey Kevin, sorry about the bad day but it sounds like you know your stuff so I'm sure things are going to change real quick for you. Keep on getting out there and we look forward to your posts and keeping us updated on your adventures.
Take care.

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