Bass Fishing and Snakes

Do Bass Fishing and Snakes go together? Well, evidently so.

Bass Fishing and Snakes

Do I need to say more, other than to watch the YouTube video below?

These bass (and snake) were filmed North of Crescent, Oklahoma.

This is the fishing lure we used to catch these pond bass.

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8 thoughts on “Bass Fishing and Snakes”

  1. Thanks for these films. They remind me of my dad. He loved fishing and he even taught me a few things. I was his baby girl but that didn’t stop him to talk fishing with me.

    I love going to the lake near by my parents home. It brings that nostalgic touch. And you video has reminded me of how it feels being there.

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    • Thanks Ann. This was a lot of fun, but I’m still thinking about my two recent trout fishing trips to southern Colorado. Fishing is great anywhere, but fishing in the Rocky Mountains was especially gorgeous.

      Rick

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  2. That was an interesting one I must say. The fact that this is the first time I would be seeing a snake live in a water is really a thing of interest to me and thankfully, you shared your knowledge on it too. Really delighted to see here. Also, I would love to know how rare this is. Do snakes always come up every time or it is like a once in a lifetime scenario.

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    • There are a lot of snakes in Crescent, and this isn’t a rare occurrence, however, having the snake swim so close to the fish and get in the shot was more rare.

      This was a harmless garter snake, but it is one of the larger garter snakes I have personally seen. It would still scare most people.

      Rick

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  3. Wow, this video was really interesting, and it hit me differently because I have always wanted to go bass fishing all my life, it is one of the things on my to do list. I also never knew bass fishing and snakes go together, it was really an eye opener, and also very surprising as well. Thank you for sharing this eye opening article 

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    • I’m glad you enjoyed it. We will be uploading a lot more bass fishing videos, plus we still have a lot of trout videos from our two recent Colorado fishing trips to upload.

      Rick

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  4. Oh god if I were you I would have packed up and leave when I see that snake, you’re very brave! Interesting how you can remain calm when there’s a full grown snake there. Your dogs are also very lovely helping you fish but when I saw them both start swimming, all I can think about was that snake hahaa. Do share more videos, you’ve got good quality 🙂

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    • We had fun fishing and later editing the video. I was trying to add a jump scare shot. Either way, the fishing was fun and the dogs were having a great time.

      Rick

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