Huge Bass Caught On Video

Could Be Biggest Bass Caught On Video

huddleson-swimbaitThis 19.3 pound Huge Bass Caught On Video could be the biggest ever that was recorded on video while being caught according to Scout.com and Morgan Williams who uploaded the video to YouTube in 2009. Watch the video below and take notice how it covers from the cast to the landing. Also notice how at the moment he nets this giant, it throws out the bait. If he hadn’t been quick with the net it would have been lost and just another Big Fish story to tell his friends about. If I had lost a fish like that it would have turned me into an alcoholic sitting at home feeling sorry for myself.

The man who caught this Bass is Butch Brown, and according to Scout.com, Butch is “A noted swimbait expert” and “has caught more than 1,600 bass weighing in excess of 10 pounds with many of his catches being fully documented on video”.  This Bass was caught using a Huddleston Deluxe swimbait, a big swimbait you can see at the end of the video. Once again, we are seeing huge Bass being caught on huge swimbaits. You may not get as many strikes using these huge swimbaits, but when you do it will be something really worth bragging about.

Here Is What He Used

Using these giant swimbaits will help you catch a giant fish. Big fish like big baits. They don’t waste lots of energy going after small baits very often. The Huddleston Deluxe swimbait is the type you need to catch something like this.

Huddleston Deluxe 8

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Huddleston Deluxe 6

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Savage Gear also makes some great realistic Swimbaits like the one below.

Savage Gear Jointed Glide Swimmer Slow Sinking Fishing Lure, 5 1/4-Inch/1-Ounce, Dirty Silver Flash

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So if you want to catch a monster Bass, you might want to start using these monster baits, but getting the good ones is important. Cheap imitations will not get you the same results.

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