Pier Fishing using Glowing Fish Kryptonite
Woah!!! [indistinct talking] What happened? [Alright, just leave it there and–] [more indistinct talking] What’s going on? I got a few bites already. So it’s pretty rainy and cold but, um, the fish are popping everywhere, all over the place. [Erin:] I was not prepared for this… I think i’m Just gonna have to accept that I’m going to get soaked and so are all of us. So, our buddy here has made this huge, green LED light [Erin;} Oh!
Woahhh!! [Daniel:] Okay.
Ohh!!! [Alright.] [laughing]
[Let’s go, fish!] [Where are the fish at?] This dude! Oh my god! Ha ha ha! I’m so happy you guys Invited me out! Supposedly this Green Light attracts a bunch of plankton or like microscopic creatures, which attracts bait fish, which attracts predator fish! And we’re here to see if that’s true or not. It was about a $40 build, right? [Like, $60?] $60 build? The only– the only other green light on the market that we have seen is a $400 one so this one he homemade. [There’s little minnows there!] [I saw it.] [That’s good, it’s a good sign.] It’s supposed to take, like, a pretty long time, so that’s why I wanted to get here and out, um…] There’s little stuff… … starting to swim around in there… Oh, there it is… [One big fish, I’m done, I’m done!] [It’s working!]
It- it did work!
[It did work, right there!] [They’re over here!] There are fish over there? [Yeah dude, uh latest perch.] You got one? [Oh yeah, it’s pretty big]
Oh! That’s a nice one! [Yeah.]
Okay. so we should move over? [Erin: Oh!]
[Daniel:] Well, we could leave our stuff there and just fish over there.
Okay. Yeah, I caught a crab on that! [excited shouting] It worked. Ooh! Look at that!
[Erin:] Wait, are you using the Dock Demon? Yeah, I’m using the Dock Demon! This is actually what I think it’s meant for… Ha ha ha! [Erin:] Pretty big perch… That’s a nice sized one, look at that.
[Erin:] I’m trying to adjust… There we go. We just doubled up on a– Oh, that’s a nice one too!
[Daniel:] Yeah. [Erin:] Oh ho ho!
Dinner- sized perch. [Daniel:] They’re uh–
Oh they’re– they’re bustin’
[Daniel:] They’re poppin’, yeah, we gotta go! Ha ha ha ha! [Erin:] Say what you’re using again? I’m using a little jig head, 1/4 ounce jig head, And I had worms on there but right now they’re in a feeding frenzy mode and they’re eating anything! Putting a Gulp Minnow on here. Throwing it out… And, man, this Dock Demon works pretty well for this. Woah! [What is–?]
That’s a striper!
[Woah! A striper!] [Oh wow, yeah.] Ooh.
[Oh, you’ve got something, there he goes!] Nice! [Nice!]
What is that, a big perch?
[Perch.] Save that. [I’ve had like– oh, here we go!] Woah! It’s on! What is that, perch?
[Perch.] [Erin:] Wow, that’s a big perch!
We should have left the– the light here! [Erin;] It’s as big as Brendon’s striper… Perch, although they’re small, they’re a lot of fun, they put up a big fight, especially on this little Dock Demon, I’ve got five pound test on here. It’s a lot of fun. Whoo! Oh, that’s a perch! That’s a perch! Oh, Grandma, you better cook this up for me.
[Erin laughing] So it’s been storming on and off and there’s been a lot of debate, is–does a storm bring fish in or does it repel them? For us, tonight, it seems like the fish are going crazy. They’re–they’re feeding very hard um, I’m wondering, what is your experience with fishing during a storm? Comment below! [Oi, I think I’m bad luck…] A tiny little flounder! Ha, look at that! That’s so funny! Look at that. Look how camouflaged that is. Wow. Cool fish. So, the Green light contraption that, uh, our buddy has made It was not fully waterproof, and water started leaking so we’re calling that off, but we did learn that it did attract a good amount of bait fish!
[Erin: Yeah] Whoo, and fish are busting so… Fish are busting so we gotta go.