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So many of us are older and hate the low quality garbage video's that are out there and would enjoy killing the winter watching only the high quality stuff that we may learn something useful.  I have a few channels that i follow for different reasons.  I have watched the kids fish and they are not my style.  Here are the ones i really enjoy.

 

#1 Tacticalbassen.com This is my favorite channel and i have been watching it for years.  I got into it for big baits but he covers just about everything.  The Christmas specials are good for showing the wife and if she gets something he picks out i would be almost always be happy.  I am a die hard daiwa guy so that is a small issue ;)  This is a site and a youtube channel.

 

#2 Keeping it real fishing, this is a youtube channel and a guy from NJ does a great job on his reviews and i like that he compares like products.  His glide bait review was very helpful and he fishes out of a canoe and i relate a lot as i fish out of a very close vessel.  There is little to no hype and i feel he is very truthful and is not looking to make money or get sponsored. 

 

These are my two favorite and as i find more i will add them.  There is enough quality content to keep you busy for hours.

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Lake Fork Guy does well... Any of Scott Martin’s videos.. Don’t forget our guy here Glenn

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Tacticalbassin, lake fork guy, bass resource, and tackle advisors for that inside look of reels and lures. 

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I enjoy Tacticalbassin, smallmouthcrush and "fish the moment" currently. All three manage to have good content without the massive sell out that most of the other channels have become. Brian Latimer's channel is enjoyable too, he seems like a nice guy, as does Joe holland.

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23 minutes ago, Tim Kelly said:

I enjoy Tacticalbassin, smallmouthcrush and "fish the moment" currently. All three manage to have good content without the massive sell out that most of the other channels have become. Brian Latimer's channel is enjoyable too, he seems like a nice guy, as does Joe holland.

Yeah...big Joe Holland fan here too....too bad he can't fish the FLW this year.  I enjoyed watching him share from his perspective.  

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What these guys said!  I would personally add The Informative Fisherman although if I have to watch one more ad for the RC boat that lets you fish from shore by remote control, I think I’m gonna hurl chunks! (Personally, I’d love to see an eight-pound LMB grab the bait suspended from one of those and drag it to the bottom while the owner stands on the shore helplessly crying over his lost investment!). But the content of his videos is pretty comprehensive and, to me, was very helpful as I got back into the sport. But “that being said,” @Glenn is a lot purtier ... and is just as informative!! (Anyone who’s watched an IF VID recognizes the catch phrase just mentioned. LOL!) And, being from the north, I’ve enjoyed the series from  KeepinItReelFishin.

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There is really good stuff on Youtube but I recently discovered and did trial with Bass University, it has over 350 seminar videos from pro fisherman, including biggest names. Right now I am going through the winter/cold water videos and once prespawn starts will focus on those and the techniques I like.

 

Professional in class and and on-the-water videos are arranged by catagory or you can do searches. I just re-upped for second month and will now do 1 year subscription. It's like $10-$11per month and I think well worth every penny. To listen to guys like KVD discuss jerk or crankbaits for 45 min, or Todd Faircloth discuss fishing grass for 1 1/2 hours is awesome. They discuss what they do, why, when and with what.  The tips, secrets strategies are amazing.  Also check out Greg Swindles videos on motivation and positive mental attitudes. 

 

I highly recommend their trial offer....

 

Disclaimer - I am in no way associated with Bass Univ or anyone associated with it.

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If you want great smallmouth action and some fabulous topwater all in a kayak, NDYakAngler  is the best I've seen.   I don't kayak fish and I have watched his stuff over and over.  He has one largemouth frog episode that is unbelievable.

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This is just the thread I needed today, it is 17 below right now.

 

If you're looking for action packed highlight reels BamaBass is worth a look for the topwater blow-up videos, the rest of their content hasn't really grabbed my attention like other channels so I can't speak to the quality of the information.

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Any Youtube channel that is honest, doesn't try to sell me something, and does not overhype a catch.

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Travis at SmallMouthCrush

Ben at Millikan

and you have to appreciate the effort TacticalBassin puts in

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2 hours ago, Tlauz said:

If you want great smallmouth action and some fabulous topwater all in a kayak, NDYakAngler  is the best I've seen.   I don't kayak fish and I have watched his stuff over and over.  He has one largemouth frog episode that is unbelievable.

This is my favorite fishing channel. It's no nonsense and he catches some nice fish. 

 

I like youtubefishingvids also, he doesn't put out a whole lot of content and its pretty decent stuff.

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Um, why has no one mentioned UncutAngling yet?  In my opinion, he has the best videos of anyone.

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Tactical is great, love LFG and Glenn as well. Been with Jon B since the beginning. Still mostly enjoy his videos but I loved his channel when it was more teaching oriented rather than vlog style.  I like AP too. 

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Mikey Ballz fishing, tactical and Scott Martin for me.

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Not sure if it's been mentioned yet, I didn't read through everything, but ndyakangler is an awesome channel. He's a (mainly) river kayak fisherman who targets smallmouth. There are a few LM vids and some stray pike and musky too.

Easily my favorite channel. 

He's not just another gear review enthusiast, or purely technical and educational. If you wanna watch a dude who knows his waters, catches tons of smallies.... he's your guy.

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5 hours ago, Arobb2012 said:

This is my favorite fishing channel. It's no nonsense and he catches some nice fish. 

 

I like youtubefishingvids also, he doesn't put out a whole lot of content and its pretty decent stuff.

X2 for youtubefishingvids though the brand of braid he uses is quite noisy.

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Alex Rudd fishing. Fishes East Tennessee. Ben Nowak Fishes lake huron etc. Great channels

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Check out Josh Douglas and Seth feider's webinars.  All information, no hooksets.  Especially good for us in North Country.

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I will watch just about anything fishing related. A lot of the Japanese video's are great and fun to watch. I will admit that I don't care for video's with loud music. Much rather just have the natural sounds.

 

I also like a lot of what has already been mentioned. NDYakAngler, Tacticalbassin. smallmouthcrush...etc. So much content out there and its fantastic.

 

Some great youtube content from members here as well.

 

@Bluebasser86has a great youtube channel with 267 video's currently. I enjoy watching his vids a lot. You can even see his dog every once in a while and also watch him fall out of his boat. :D

 

I also enjoy @A-Jayvideo's. Some great stuff on there.

 

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11 hours ago, RMax said:

Um, why has no one mentioned UncutAngling yet?  In my opinion, he has the best videos of anyone.

Very good point. Another great channel with some very entertaining content. He seems to be producing less films though recently.

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I like a lot of YouTube channels, some of my favorites that people here would probably like:

 

Tactical Bassin

Scott Martin

Lake Fork Guy

Catfish and Carp

Ike Live

 

And some most would despise:

 

Onerod onereel fishing

Extreme Philly Fishing

Jon B

Alex Peric

Lunkers TV

Realistic Fishing

First State Fishing

 

I find most of these videos better than the stuff that passes for entertainment these days on cable.

 

 

 

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