OK, so I found this video on the internet; it is goofy and I kind of like that. I thought you might too.
That “KVD” guy kills me.
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I do not know if I would recommend just randomly picking baits and lures as the best approach to finding the right bait or lure to catch fish. All baits and lures ever made will catch fish if used in the right place at the right time. Think of all the baits, lures, rods, reels, lines, and everything else that goes into your fishing “presentation” as TOOLS. Use the right tool for the job. The trick is knowing which tool is the right tool. That decision is determined by a host of factors including most importantly the fish being pursued and where those fish are located. Every day spent on the water is a process, a continuing series of decisions as you check different areas for fish and see if you can get a response from them on different presentations. Trying different baits and lures is definitely part of that process, and the most consistently successful anglers are versatile, skilled in the use of a variety of different presentations. On the good days, we figure it out and catch a bunch of fish and big fish. On bad days, actually there is no such thing as a bad day of fishing, instead let me phrase it this way: On those days when we do not catch as many fish as we would like, we can still learn something. The process is what it is all about and that helps us become better anglers.
That approach is WAY better than using a baseball bat!