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Fishing On The Edge

9/16/2009
Play2:30

Saturdays, July thru September
At 8:56 a.m. on ESPN2

This week on Fishing On The Edge

Saturday September 19th, 2009
Airs at 10:56 AM ET
Using swimbaits is certainly not a secret as they have taken the fishing world by storm.  However, most people think they're a shallow water tool.  Tune in as Ike breaks down different ways to weight that swimbait down and dirty where the big ones hide.

About Fishing on the Edge, presented by Castrol Edge

Cutting Edge techniques to help you land more bass. Mike Iaconelli takes you on a wild ride, blasting giant bass by crashing cranks, jerking blades, flick-shaking, fishing deep-weighted swim baits, giant worms, power-shotting, and stroking jigheads. Each episode is loaded with a big fish, including a 10-pounder!

TV schedule

7/04/2009
Think crankbaits are just for open water?  Think again.  Ike's all fired up about a technique called "crashing cranks."  Watch him throw a deep-diving crankbait into a middle of a bush and pull out 5-pounder.


7/11/2009
Sometimes the simplest presentation is the most successful.  The Flick Shake is just that: simple.  This finesse technique will catch you size and numbers in the toughest of conditions. 


7/18/2009
Jig fishing can be SO much more than just bouncing or dragging it along the bottom.  In Episode 3, Ike shows you how to stroke a jig.  In this technique, a violent stroke of the rod gets a giant jig in motion and the big fish can't resist it as it falls back to the bottom.


7/25/2009
You think an 8-inch worm is big??? Try 10, 11 or 12 inches.  Big baits = big fish.  Tune in as Ike slows down and sizes up to catch a fish of a lifetime.  There may be some screaming involved !!!!


8/01/2009
You think the only way to drops hot is on 4-6 pound line on a spinning rod?  Well try landing a 5-plus pounder in heavy cover.  Ike upsize everything from line, to hook, to bait - throws it on a baitcasting rig - and throws it right into the middle of thick cover.  Sounds nuts?  Well he is...but that's beside the point.  Power-shotting.  Tune in and watch as Ike get a 6 pounder hung in a tree and is still able to get her in the boat!


8/08/2009
Using swimbaits is certainly not a secret as they have taken the fishing world by storm.  However, most people think they're a shallow water tool.  Tune in as Ike breaks down different ways to weight that swimbait down and dirty where the big ones hide.


8/15/2009
Think crankbaits are just for open water?  Think again.  Ike's all fired up about a technique called "crashing cranks."  Watch him throw a deep-diving crankbait into a middle of a bush and pull out 5-pounder.


8/22/2009
Sometimes the simplest presentation is the most successful.  The Flick Shake is just that: simple.  This finesse technique will catch you size and numbers in the toughest of conditions. 


8/29/2009
Airs at 10:56 AM ET
Jig fishing can be SO much more than just bouncing or dragging it along the bottom.  In Episode 3, Ike shows you how to stroke a jig.  In this technique, a violent stroke of the rod gets a giant jig in motion and the big fish can't resist it as it falls back to the bottom.


9/05/2009
You think an 8-inch worm is big??? Try 10, 11 or 12 inches.  Big baits = big fish.  Tune in as Ike slows down and sizes up to catch a fish of a lifetime.  There may be some screaming involved !!!!


9/12/2009
You think the only way to drops hot is on 4-6 pound line on a spinning rod?  Well try landing a 5-plus pounder in heavy cover.  Ike upsize everything from line, to hook, to bait - throws it on a baitcasting rig - and throws it right into the middle of thick cover.  Sounds nuts?  Well he is...but that's beside the point.  Power-shotting.  Tune in and watch as Ike get a 6 pounder hung in a tree and is still able to get her in the boat!


9/19/2009
Airs at 10:56 AM ET
Using swimbaits is certainly not a secret as they have taken the fishing world by storm.  However, most people think they're a shallow water tool.  Tune in as Ike breaks down different ways to weight that swimbait down and dirty where the big ones hide.

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