Mark Hicks went to Lake Erie a week ahead of time to practice for the final Bass Pro Shops Northern Open out of Sandusky Bay.
I was so bummed after the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open at Oneida Lake that I had to wait a few days before attempting to write this.
During my previous James River tournaments, I never had a good day, not even in practice. This time around I did have some good practice days.
If you look over the Pro Results of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open at Cayuga Lake, you’ll see my name at the very bottom of the list. It’s followed by a string of zeros. The reason for those donuts is that I was disqualified the night before the tournament started.
We had a good turnout for the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open at the Detroit River/Lake St. Clair. I can understand why. The fishing is fantastic here.
After competing as a pro angler in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open at Michigan’s Detroit River, I could use some help. I know many of you are very capable anglers, and I’d appreciate your input.
It’s the Monday evening before the second Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open at the Detroit River, and I’m writing this from a Motel 8 in Sterling Heights, Mich. Today I fished an area of Lake St. Clair that could have been an aquarium.
Today I fished an area of Lake St. Clair that could have been an aquarium in preparation for the second Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open at the Detroit River.
Mark Hicks focuses on the silver lining on the heels of the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open #1 on Virginia's James River.
When Valerie and Mark Hicks signed up to fish Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open at Oneida Lake, they weren't sure how it would play out.