db talks to his friend Michael Iaconelli about the pressure of fishing on his home waters.
Alan McGuckin travels over the Delaware River and into the corn with Elite Series pro Mike Iaconelli as he prepares for the Bassmaster Elite later this week.
I can’t wait for Monday morning when I can get out on the Delaware River.
Elite Series pro Michael Iaconelli offers tips for modifying and retrieving popper-style lures.
See how the pros and cos fared Day 2 of the on Bass Pro Shops Northern Open #2 on Lake Champlain.
Lake Champlain is one of many Northeast bass fisheries with thriving populations of largemouth and smallmouth. That begs the following question: which bass do you target with the tournament clock ticking away?
Opens anglers spend another day on Lake Champlain looking for the bag that will have them fishing on the final day.
Last time I said we’d talk this week about how Lake Champlain fishes. When I thought about it, though, I realized that it fishes pretty much like everywhere else except that it splits the smallmouth and largemouth populations.
The numbers point to anglers who are flying way under the radar, with one exception: Mike Iaconelli.
Lake Champlain is the place where I won my first professional grade bass tournament back in 1999.