Slow Trolling Speed Can Cause A Lot of Soft Bites

Kokanee Salmon Fishing at New Bullards Bar Reservoir: Part 4 of 7. Between the first landed fish and the second, we must have missed around 30 fish. We would get a take-down, but as the fish near the boat, they would become unhooked. We discovered latter on that we were trolling too slow. Come and join our journey. Don't forget to follow, like and share this video.

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From monster size fish to the tiniest, we'll catch 'em all. Exercise, cooking, hiking and outdoors activities, we got a bit of everything. JU Nation consists mainly of my lovely wife, MM, our six children, one adopted adult child aka FarmFresh or the Other Daughter, and their expanding families. The majority of our videos will be with me, JU, as I fish with family, friends, and local anglers targeting salmon, sturgeon, trout, American Shad, or anything that swims. I fish from shore as well as on a boat. I will share with you what works for me when pursuing the different fish species. Occasionally, we (I, my wife, and our adult children) will upload fish cooking, traveling, hiking, and outdoors videos. Please follow me on News Break by pushing that "follow" button. I appreciate you! I am also on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, Pinterest, and YouTube: @JUNationFishing #JUHammah #JUNationFishing​ #NationJU​ #JohnnyUnited​ #JohnCantCook​ #JUHannah​ #SalmonFishing​ #SturgeonFishing​ #ShadFishing #TroutFishing #Hiking #Outdoors #NewsBreakFishing

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