Pike fishing with Deadbaits and Floats – The Totally Awesome Fishing Show


The Totally Awesome Fishing Show hits the water again! This time with their own “old school” technique showing you how to catch Pike using the twitched float…

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    • Fishing TV
    • December 20, 2013
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    Nice vid Graeme…. nice pike

    • szymon berus
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    nice pike. what are the fishing glasse called?

    • Patrick Finnan
    • December 20, 2013
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    one of the best pike videos ive saw. never caught a pike but havent half
    had a few goes an failed using wrong techniques. watched all your ta
    fishing vids an boy dont u guys know how to fish for predators. hopefully
    tomorrow with your twitching method using baby brown trout or a smelt may
    do the job! big thumbs up!

    • Peeler Crabs
    • December 20, 2013
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    Thanks Graeme for the videos they are very good.
    I would like to ask you; where do you buy the tide cheater wire; i searched
    everywhere i could on the net and could not find it.

    tx
    ray

    • 19851939
    • December 20, 2013
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    Hey Graeme, would this work in a slow moving river? I’m thinking of putting
    the bait about three feet below the float, casting upstream and allowing it
    to drift down while giving it the odd twitch. When it’s passed by then I
    was thinking of inching the weighted bait under the float back to me. Was
    thinking of using a small to medium sized roach. Would you think this
    method would work well? if at all? cheers.

    • TAFishing
    • December 20, 2013
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    Some people like to descale their baits, but I think a lot of the flash is
    in the scale itself.

    • Tin Kruhak
    • December 20, 2013
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    Do u remove the scales from the roach or u found it like that!?

    • TAFishing
    • December 20, 2013
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    Yes, or totally barbless, or crush the barbs with forceps rocked back and
    forth over the barb. Just leave a barb on one hook of the treble to hold
    the bait on.

    • johnjo hidilli
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    For using trebles do you recommend semi barbless?

    • TAFishing
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Anywhere there are pike.Lakes,Reservoirs,Pits,Rivers,Canals.

    • Luke Davison
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Do you think dead baits would be any good on a river or canal?

    • Dan Ellis
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Awesome video great tips! Graham pullen is a legend!!

    • GOMLOComedy
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    20,000 subscriber!

    • TeKno
    • December 20, 2013
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    Caught my first Pike last year on home made floats using the twitching
    method. I glued two corks end on end and bored a hole through them, painted
    them with float paint and fed my main line through them using shot at each
    end to set my depths. First time out, I chucked the bait along side a weed
    bed next to a weir and was amazed to see a Pike dash out and take the dead
    bait (Silver Sillago) after only a few twitches. This is now my favourite
    method 🙂

    • KassPåAttHåva
    • December 20, 2013
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    Great looking pikes

    • TAFishing
    • December 20, 2013
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    Neither, halfway if that makes sense. Too loose and the fish makes a snag.
    Too tight and risk a break off.

    • zShadowedSoul
    • December 20, 2013
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    does the drag have to be loose or quite tight/stiff?

    • zShadowedSoul
    • December 20, 2013
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    also, should i use a stiff or flexible quivertip?

    • Charlie Lee
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    That’s one hell of a big fat Tarpon Fish.

    • joe johnson-whitworth
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Legend

    • alamao24
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    I love all your shows. But when i’m hunting pike on the fly i only keep 2
    or 3 of the small males and then i release all the other pikes i’m
    catching. But again i love your shows i find a lot of inspiration in them.
    Best regards from Denmark

    • william Green
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Works for me in Colorado USA.

    • niclas16895
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Really cool guys! Thump up!

    • debo308
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    The hooks are on ted carters website, that’s where I get mine

    • TAFishing
    • December 20, 2013
    Reply

    Fixed depth by either a split shot or a tied stop knot above the float.This
    sets your depth otherwise the float would just slide right up the line when
    you cast.You can even fix stop knots either end of the float if you wanted

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