How To Fishing with Grubs & Making Turkey Clubs To Get Big Fish
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This was filmed on St. Patrick’s Day 03/17/17 in the snow. Some of you are anxious for a fishing video. Other’s for cooking. So let’s try to catch some fish for the freezer, then do an easy recipe, that isn’t about fish. Click SHOW MORE for info on the lake and fishing equipment, and the recipes.
THE BAIT: was a 1/32 ounce lead jig head with mealworms purchased from a country convenience store.
THE SPINNING REEL: is a Pflueger Trion GX-5. This model is no longer made.
THE SPINNING ROD: is a tiny Daiwa SMC401ULFS Spinmatic-C SpinRod (4- Feet, Ultra Light, 1 Piece, 1-4 pound line test recommended). It can be found on Amazon, Fish USA, and other places.
THE LINE: the spinning reel line is SpiderWire, Ultracast, Invisi-Braid in 10 pound test, 2 pound monofilament equivalent.
THE BOAT: is a Bass Hunter that I ordered from Bass Pro Shops about 12 years ago. They no longer sell it. Also, the Bass Hunter company seems to be out of business. Boats like it are still sold under the name Sun Dolphin. Do a Google search for “two man fishing boats.”
THE LAKE: is called Lake Ketchabigwon (named by native Americans). It is almost 6 acres and is located in NE Ohio. It sits on 37 acres of property. The lake is private.
FISH IN THE LAKE: are largemouth bass, bluegill, white crappie, black crappie, yellow perch, channel catfish, and grass carp.
LARGEST FISH CAUGHT: The biggest was a grass carp I hooked and managed to beach. It weighed over 30 pounds. Next was a channel cat (accidentally caught while bass fishing) of 10 pounds. The largest crappie was 14¾ inches and weighed 2 LBS and 1 oz. I did not measure the largest bluegill, but it had to be at least 10 inches. Finally, my largest bass was 6¾ pounds caught here at Lake Ketchabigwon.
VIDEOGRAPHY: The principal camera is my iPhone 6s Plus on a tripod. I also use an iPhone 5s as a close-up, counter-top camera when cooking. It is mounted on a small tripod. I use a Rhode microphone indoors to help lessen the echo. I edit the video on a MacBook Pro using Final Cut Pro X.
LEARN HOW TO FILLET A FISH HERE: https://youtu.be/KgiGqlrB0LM
TURKEY CLUB ROLL-UPS RECIPE:
Recipe taken from here: https://www.wholesomeyum.com/recipes/broccoli-cheese-soup-low-carb-gluten-free/
8 to 10 slices of deli turkey
4 tsp. mayo
4 to 5 slices cheddar, halved or quartered
1 c. shredded or chopped lettuce
1 tomato, sliced
½ red onion, thinly sliced
1 avocado, sliced
8 to 10 slices cooked bacon
Freshly ground black pepper
On a clean work surface, place two slices deli turkey. Spread a thin layer of mayo on top. Top with cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onion, avocado, and bacon and season generously with salt and pepper.
Roll up and secure with toothpick.
BROCCOLI CHEESE SOUP RECIPE:
Recipe inspired by the one here: https://www.wholesomeyum.com/recipes/broccoli-cheese-soup-low-carb-gluten-free/
1 TBS extra virgin olive oil
1 heaping teaspoon of minced garlic from jar
14½ oz. can of low-sodium chicken broth (or vegetable broth)
½ cup heavy cream
2 cups broccoli (cut into small florets)
4 oz. cream cheese
1½ to 1¾ cup sharp cheddar cheese
In a large pot over medium heat, sauté garlic for one minute, until fragrant.
Add the chicken broth, heavy cream, chopped broccoli, and cream cheese. Increase heat to bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes, until broccoli is tender.
Add the shredded cheddar cheese gradually, stirring constantly, and continue to stir until melted. (Add ½ cup, simmer and stir until it melts fully, then repeat ½ cup at a time until all the cheese is used up.) Remove from heat immediately once all the cheese melts, or put on very low heat and cover until ready to serve.
MUSIC: The background music was “Turkey in the Straw” performed by Henry T. Fiddler, from the album Twin Fiddle Favorites, downloaded from archive.org, Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.