Best Fishing Videos

Here we go ranking of the Best 5 fishing videos for ManLIfe in its first 5 months of existence. The focus so far has been on big Bass and bunches of Crappie. As you can see from the videos Grandma and Kids love to get in on the action too.

Scroll through the video pages with the NEXT button below as we go from #5 all the way to #1. Saving the best for last!!!



5. 30 Pounds of Bass

Catching big bass is so much fun, but how about catching several in a single day!

4. Catching Crappie on New Garmin Livescope Technology

Garmin Livescope has really changed fishing the last couple years, you can see the fish! How big they are, exactly where they are, and watching them look at then bite your bait!

3. 10 Pound Bass on Large Crankbait

Catching large bass on a deep water large crankbait is so much fun. This technique works best in summer when they are active and fight like a Marlin. ;)

2. 80 Year Old Grandma & 14 Year Old Girl Catch HUGE Crappie!

Fishing is the best enjoying it with family, how about 3 generations catching a huge mess of Crappie to eat and big 2+ pounders too!

1. 12 Pound Bass on Light Tackle!

This is a favorite, catching a large 12 pound bass on a spinning reel, light line, and a drop shot bait.

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Rob Lay
Rob Lay is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at, Founder of, and Owner at Lay Properties, LLC. Rob has a B.S. from Babson College and M.B.A. from University of Dallas along with executive training from SMU. Rob has enjoyed various activities from competitive swimming in college, running several marathons, competed at triathlon nationals, competed at national club car racing, 1,000+ hour private instrument pilot, competed as a co-angler national FLW bass tour, and big game hunting around North America. Rob wants to share his experiences and learn from other middle-aged men in the ManLife Community. You can also find Rob on Instagram and LinkedIn.


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