Take a look at how this kid hooks largemouth bass from a city storm drain.
You clean and waterjet them, and clear them of nasty root intrusions, but have you ever considered fishing in a sewer? Well, this kid trawls for largemouth bass in his town’s sewer system. The storm drain, which empties into a nearby pond, makes for a very unique fishing hole.
GrindTV Outdoor posted the story about 16-year-old Kyle Naegeli’s sewer fishing expeditions in his hometown of Katy, Texas. He attaches a cork to a line above to prevent losing it, sends it down through the holes of a storm drain manhole cover, and then he waits…
Watch as he baits a hook, puts it through a hole in the manhole cover, and drops it down into the water below: