photo credit: James Overstreet B.A.S.S Thanks for all the well wishes and congratulations from all my friends. Winning at Cayuga was an unbelievable thrill and now I have a chance to win on the biggest stage in bass fishing — The Bassmaster’s Classic. The fishing at Cayuga was amazing. The water temps were in the
Weather: Extreme Heat 100 degrees, partly cloudy, calm north wind Water: 86 degrees, clear to stained Depth Fish Were Caught: 1-3 feet Most Productive Lure: Chatterbait 3/8oz black/blue and white Pattern: Fishing in and around eelgrass and milfoil mix. Results; 26 bass from 2-6 pounds The bass are strong in their summertime patterns. The milfoil
It was great to be back in Michigan last week at the Bassmaster Open on Lake St. Clair. The fishing was amazing, as St. Clair is one of the best smallmouth fisheries in the country. Hot, hot, hot went the practice rounds with air temps breaking the 100 degree mark one day and water temps
Delaware River Guide Report 6/25/12 Weather: Partly Sunny 65 degrees AM, 80 degrees PM, South wind 5-10mph Water: Clear to slightly stained, (no temp reading taken) Depth Fish Were Caught: 3-5 feet Most Productive Lure: Shakey Head 3/16oz, grape finesse worm Pattern: There are still a bunch of fish hanging around the spawning coves, but
Heat wave after heat have pounded the Chesapeake Bay. Water temps are in the 80’s and spawning carp are driving a tremendous bite on the bay. June and July offers some of the best fishing of the year. Frogging, flipping, cranking, chatterbaits and just about any other technique you like can be effective right now.