Sorry I didn't put the English version on last update.
Those were the movies when Ryan and I got stuck in a shallow water on Lake Okechobee! We tried everything, but the boat didn't move at all.
Fortunately, an airboat drove by and pulled us out of it. So lucky....
This past weekend, I went out to Okechobee as usual :)
But, not much luck... I lost two nice ones on punching and a crankbait called "Big Beatour." This is atually a proto type that's coming out this year.
It seems to be working pretty well so far.
Then, at the end of the day, I talked to a guy with his three kids on Ranger Z21.
He said "We did pretty good. 3 big fish and about 20 others."
I asked "How did you catch your fish?"
He responded "Well, we haven't fished on this lake and didn't know where to go. So we just started fishing here and caught them on a plastic bait. It's called, da----,
what's it called? YOKOHAMA?" He asked his son.
His son with glasses said "No, it's YAMAMOTO."
The guy was like "Oh ya! Yamamoto Senko! It's a good bait! Do you know it? Son, show it to him!"
Bass fishing is hard to figure out, isn't it?? .....
Hey, everyone!! (I dont even know anybody would be reading this blog. lol)
My name is Kazuki Kitajima. I have moved to the U.S from Japan to pursue my dream- to be a professional angler here in America.
Now I live in Miami, FL and fish as much as possible.
From now on, I'll try to write blog in English as well as Japanese.
Well, this past weekend, I met up with Ryan, a fishing buddy from college, at Lake Okechoobee. It was fun fishing! even though we didnt catch a giant famous Okechobee trophy bass.
We caught them a lot on toad, swiming bait, and puching mats.
Punching mats seemed to be the best approach for bigger fish.
I hope you guys enjoy watching some movies on this blog.
(U dont need to know Japanese to watch fishing moveis right? :)