This Beach fishing trick will help you catch BIG FISH!

This Beach fishing trick will help you catch BIG FISH!


This is your custom rod, huh? [Bandit:] That’s the One-Arm Bandit Rod. That looks so light. [Erin:] I know!
[Bandit:] I’m going to demon– I’m going to demonstrate something. [Erin:] Demonstrate.
[Bandit:] You might want to get this on camera. Ha ha ha. [Bandit:] This is how a one-arm man fishes. [Erin:] Woah. [Brendon:] That looks like it works pretty well. [Bandit:] That just went 140 yards. You fishermen with two hands, you’re jealous. [Erin laughing] Awesome. Hey, everybody, we are at One-Arm Bandit’s it’s a Tackle Shop in North Carolina, and um, we’re going to learn how to tie a shock leader, a shock leader will prevent you from losing a really big fish, casting over and over again, really puts strain on your regular line, and a shock leader will take some of that pressure off, and keep your line strong. [Bandit:] Okay, are we ready? [Brendon:] Yeah.
[Bandit:] Here comes dad, okay. Now I’m going to need help with this because I only have one hand, so, this is what we gonn do. ‘Kay? I’m going to make a circle, ‘kay?
[Brendon:] Mhmm, a circle. [Bandit:] We’re going to run it through once, we’re going to run it through… twice, what does that do? It makes a figure 8. See it? [Brendon:] Ahh. So, give me some line on it. Let’s do it this way, this way, this way. ‘Kay. You step over here. Dad, come over here. [Dad:] Yes sir.
[Erin:] Get in there. [Bandit:] You hold the reel. [Brendon:] Put it in the first eye in the 8. [Bandit:] Put it in the second way, the second eye… You see how that line is laying flat? In the 8? That’s how you want it.
[Brendon:] Mhmm. ‘Kay, now let me–let go of the line. You hold that line. ‘Kay, you’re going to wrap this 12 times. [Brendon:] 6… 7… 8… 9… 10… 11… 12.
[Bandit:] Now, If you was trying–tying mono to mono, only wrap it eight times. You gonna bring it back through this first loop, [Dad:] I see, the first loop.
[Brendon:] Okay. [Bandit:] ‘Kay? Now. That, pull it a little bit together, [Brendon:] Tighten up that end a little bit.
[Bandit:] Not much, now, what you want to do is you want to lube it up. [Brendon:] Get it all wet. [Bandit:] and then you want to cinch it, so… (indistinguishable) Whatever. Cinch it. [Brendon:] Oh, nice. And look how pretty a knot that is. [Brendon:] That is nice.
[Bandit:] Now, hold that, finger nail clips… This is my grandpa right here. [Dad:] Oh! [Erin:] Hi, Grandpa.
[Bandit:] That’s Grandpa Pete.
[Brendon:] That’s not your brother? [Grandpa Pete:] I don’t fish. [Brendon:] You don’t fish?
[Bandit:] Okay. [Bandit:] Hold that. [Dad:] Hold that, Brendon. [Bandit:] Hold that. Now, since this is braid, it will come through your eyes very easily, you always want to leave about an inch because that allows for slippage. [Grandpa Pete:] Right.
[Brendon:] ‘Kay. Otherwise you’re going to lose the whole knot, it could slip. [Bandit:] Yes. After you get done, [Brendon:] Give it another pull? [Bandit:] Now, this is what we’re gonn do, go ahead. See, I don’t know how long of a rod you’ve got. [Brendon:] 10’6″. [Bandit:] Go ahead. Okay. [Grandpa Pete:] Want me to cut it off right there? [Bandit:] Now, since we don’t have the rod, go ahead and reel it up. Okay. Okay. Go ahead. Okay, hold that. Now, you think you can tie that knot? I think I can, with practice, I can do it, and I’m going to watch the video,
[Erin:] Over and over again.
[Bandit:] That is the easiest knot… [Brendon:] That was really pretty, It was really nice looking.
[Bandit:] It’s a slim beauty, Figure 8.
[Brendon:] It’s called a slim beauty… [Bandit:] But always remember that that line has to go straight through that figure 8. If it goes up and down, come back through the other way. [Brendon:] Okay, it needs to sit straight when that figure eight– You don’t want it to be crooked and tighten it like that. You want it to go straight through, okay. [Bandit:] And always remember to lube it up. On braid, wrap it 12 times, on monofilament, wrap it 6 to about 8 times. [Dad:] Alright!
[Brendon:] Okay.
[Erin:] Thank you so much. [Bandit:] So now you know how to tie a shock knot. [Brendon:] Thank you. One Arm Bandit taught me how to tie a shock leader, and this, this will prevent– this’ll– put strain on this line rather than our main line so that we won’t be losing any big fish. Is that correct?
[Bandit:] That’s right. [Brendon:] Okay, cool. If anybody’s in North Carolina, need some fishing insight, need some advice, come to One Arm Bandit, he’s full of knowledge, very helpful, and I appreciate , I appreciate the help.
[Bandit:] The name of the store is Right On 12. [Erin:] Right On 12. [Bandit:] Right on 12.
[Brendon:] The name of the store is called Right On 12. Yup, in Hatteras–we’re in Hatteras, right? Buxton. In Buxton, North Carolina. [Erin:] Right on 12. This is not frozen. This is–is was swimming yesterday. Yeah, we’re going to come back and use this for bait later. So I learned how to tie a shock leader. Next episode, we’re going to put it to action. Thank you guys for watching, I hope that this can help you, you know, we stopped into this bait shop and he was so helpful we wanted to share–we wanted to share with everybody uh, the information that we’re learning, if you want to learn more about surf fishing, beach fishing, salt water fishing, check out our Senko Skipper Store, we’ve got loads of information on there, we’ve got lots of stuff on there for you guys to try out and lots of stuff for you to learn, so check it out, its in the link in the description below, have a good one, guys.

Antonio Breitenberg

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76 thoughts on “This Beach fishing trick will help you catch BIG FISH!

  1. Cori Standish says:

    Pin if you love your fans

  2. Lion Fighter says:

    @senkoskipper Good vid keep it up

  3. melfakir elfakir says:

    I want to try all of these knots they look great and also want to get some of those salty squid from your store.

  4. ian alexander outdoors says:

    Do some shark fishing in Myrtle Beach

  5. ian alexander outdoors says:

    Please😀

  6. malik says:

    Hey guys luv yo vide

  7. malik says:

    Ur the best can you shout me out

  8. ian alexander outdoors says:

    Shame one who disliked

    Sanko skipper is the best

  9. Shield Spear says:

    10th comment

  10. Shane Wickham says:

    FG knot is better

  11. tracy bradshaw says:

    Very cool! We are going fishing in Hatteras this summer! Any tips would be helpful! Thanks Tracy

  12. Mantaris Cheap Loser says:

    Badass bandit

  13. TomyTek Outdoors says:

    I'll have to give this knot a try. That rod looked pretty sweet. Can't wait to see the next episode.

  14. Victor Munoz says:

    Are you planning to catch some big fish in the future

  15. Eddie Shacklock says:

    Nice video man love it

  16. gianni arnoldons says:

    Great channel as always. Super helpfull. Learned the sebiki rig from one of ur vidz! Felt awesome. Bless!

  17. Thiccfishstick says:

    That guy will never give

  18. Jared Bosley says:

    I'll be down there surf fishing in a few weeks. Are all the fish south or are there any up north by Duck?

  19. Larry Sowada says:

    Brandon, learn how to tie the FJ knot it goes through your guides without you feeling it. One question is this the first time you've used a shock leader on your surf gear ? Larry

  20. acardz91 says:

    We call this one the 'Slim Beauty' 🙂

  21. allan sisson says:

    Cool guy, I'll try a shock leader.

  22. Sir Fitz says:

    this guy is legit.

  23. SchusterFishing says:

    Never seen that knot before I like it

  24. Steve G says:

    Master at work.

  25. Redneck SharkRigger says:

    I have a house in Wilmington NC and especially right now lots of founder and red drums and some sharks are biting good

  26. Basic_Fishing says:

    that is the same knot i use for my shockleader for surfcasting: really handy because it is fast and also the design is slim allowing the line to fly through the guides without trouble. i usually use 2 rod length of shockleader for my surfcasting.

  27. Larry Sowada says:

    Look on YouTube, check out salt strong they have a good demo on it.

  28. Sisjudy 93 says:

    Omg respect to this man ♡

  29. Solomon Jovenal says:

    Fg not is better! Will slide through the guides like butter

  30. Jason Le says:

    Just received the salty squid today, i must say it’s good product, smell very good. Once question, do we need to leave in refrigerator?

  31. Jose Encarnacion says:

    Anyone know of a good reel that is under $100 for big line/Fish I'm new to fishing so any tips will help Live on Florida.

  32. sam n says:

    You guys should do a fishing meetup in d.c or the bay for us DMV subscribers.

  33. Larry Sowada says:

    Sorry Brandon I was wrong it's the FG knot not the FJ , I guess I was thinking of my old FJ cruiser. Larry

  34. Me la Plas prro says:

    I’ll try it in my next adventure, thanks for sharing…

  35. mario condello says:

    Always remember to lube it up is just great life advice in general.

  36. Silver says:

    What type of line would you guys recommend for big fish?

  37. 87akingify says:

    Looks like a strong knot… But the FG knot is diffinitely better

  38. Jorge Moran says:

    Thanks for the video, but I would also recommend the FG knot and a shorter leader, no need for it being that long. I recommend the leader just as long as the fish you're targeting 3-4 ft leader is plenty enough, IME.

    Regardless great video.

  39. Let’s Go With Ty Ty says:

    oh my god amazing man

  40. megan harrell says:

    That will help a lot of people

  41. Jay Chen says:

    yep nothing can stop a man going out and fishing!!! awesome dude. i want that rod lol

  42. Pee Wee Fishing VLOG says:

    very usefull brother… I like it

  43. lojo.fishing says:

    RESPECT to that man

  44. Sulaiman Alsaibani says:

    what brand of this rod

  45. Dale Inman says:

    Was in this bait shop in April great shop and guy I got a great 11 foot rod from him great place

  46. Rodney Trayler says:

    Hey i got some salted clam im going to be trying out here in texas this weekend

  47. pvckett says:

    just left hatteras today been there all week. i could have shown you the good spots if i had knew!

  48. evo nine says:

    you should do a video about how to clean and oil your gear esp saltwater rods and reels

  49. DiEGOGARCiA says:

    just started watching your vids today. i must say, as a new fisher, your videos are very helpful and fun to watch. aside from the educational aspect, you as a person seem like a genuinely nice man, and i can see the love and passion you have for what you do, and it makes me really happy. I rarely leave comments on videos about how a channel is, but first impressions are everything, and you certainly did beyond amazing. Great channel! You earned yourself a new sub and a dedicated viewer👍🏼Keep it up

  50. Mick Liber says:

    I thought some maybe interested in this article. On the demise of Alvey reels. Which was once the Australian favorite reel. Here is the link.
    https://www.seabreeze.com.au/News/Fishing/QLD-Icon-Alvey-Fishing-Reels-Closes-Down_12172885.aspx

  51. Rusty Shackleford says:

    How did he lose his other hand?

  52. Daniel Canaan says:

    Should really explain about the shock leader not just taking the strain but rule of thumb 10lbs for every oz of lead so if casting 4oz you need 40lb shock leader.

  53. Danny Cerna says:

    How many treble hooks you can use fishing line in Florida

  54. Tiffany Martino says:

    Hey senko I ordered 2 salted squid on your website over a week ago and it is still on hold really need it before Thursday 31st we are going on a trip just wondering what's going on

  55. syed ibrahim says:

    Which is btr..mono r braid?

  56. Leo says:

    Nice vid. I just got back from cape hatteras this past Monday! When did you go?

  57. Leo says:

    Also right across the street there is red drum tackle shop, you should stop by. It's where I got all my gear, they also have nice staff too!

  58. Swaave Too_Smooth says:

    Any tips for the super salty squid. Bought some used the whole bag got skunked each time . I know you do very well .

  59. Ron says:

    I would love it if you could do some reviews or tips for a tackle box. I'm trying to find a good one.

  60. Ron says:

    I would love it if you could do some reviews or tips for a tackle box. I'm trying to find a good one.

  61. Maineac Hunting , fishing, And sled Edits says:

    I was down there at Hatteras over break. He was a super nice guy!

  62. Bruce Goldthwaite says:

    That was awesome. What a cool guy, I bet he can tell some stories.

  63. Alexandre Hiroshi Muranaka says:

    Best way to join braid and the sock leader is the SF knot that don t strangle any of the lines keeping almost 100% of the lines's strength and also it makes the knot very thin so It Will not tangle at the line guides.

  64. SmokeSolo33 says:

    Shockleader is not used to avoid losing a big fish or to get ylur tackle back. Its primary and most importance use is safety.
    You need at least 10lb line for every ounce cast. So if casting 6oz, you need 60lb shockleader.

    Shock leader reduces the chance of the energy of the lead beimg accelarated and snapping the line during the power build up of the cast

  65. The Autistic Angler says:

    In England, for beachcasting we normally spool with say 18lb line. This means that the line can only cast a 1.8oz ish weight, so we have to add a shockleader so that we can use a heavier weight for longer casting. weight is determined by the rod. So if we want to cast a 5 oz lead we say x10 = 50lb shockleader, 6 oz= 60lb etc. The shockleader then takes the shock of casting with a heavy weight, but with a thinner mainline, distance casting isn't compromised.

  66. Frank Castle says:

    so, basically what we learned here is always lubricate the slim beauty

  67. Rizki Sulaiman says:

    now find someone who can tie FG knot

  68. Aquamania0011 says:

    Another great video!! Man i have to get back down to the OBX.

  69. moe moodley says:

    Honestly guys url awesome but can u cum down to south africa or teach sime rigs to fish in south africa

  70. wickedEP Racing says:

    cool knot..wish you showed a more close up shot to really see what it looks like. but when you have to use heavier leaders..this not would be kinda bulky…so FG is best option boss +Senko Skipper .

  71. Sean Reagin says:

    Where in North Carolina is the shop? Anyone got the address?

  72. JK Hysteria says:

    Not a fan of that knot. I used to get a lot of break offs with that knot and it was almost always the leader that broke at the knot.

  73. J.J. K. says:

    Is it ok not to use a shock leader if your using 30lb braid with 3 or 4 oz leads? When is a shock leader necessary?

  74. Gayla Wilmoth says:

    Never seen anything like it! Awesome!

  75. BavarianMotorHead says:

    How many yards of shock leader should I have spooled for surf fishing? I hear 2 rod lengths and 6x around the spool… Is that just 6 loops? So 6 lines of it across the spool or 6 whole time up and down the width of the spool; so yards?

  76. Adventures with Frodo says:

    If you have to leave a 1inch tag for slippage it is not a very good knot there are many better knots.

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