Elite pro Fletcher Shryock eagerly shares knowledge with brother Hunter.
See how the anglers fared Day One on Lake Erie.
Michael Iaconelli made the most of his last best chance to qualify for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic on Day One at Lake Erie.
Usually when the wind is blowing in the morning on Lake Erie, it gets stronger as the day goes along. But that wasn’t the case yesterday.
It’s Sunday afternoon prior to the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open at Lake Erie’s western basin. Why am I not out searching for Erie’s giant smallmouth bass? Wind.
OK, we all know the drill. This one is about winning. That doesn’t mean I have any preconceived notions that I’m going to win or anything like that. It does mean, though, that I’ve had a lot of time to practice and put things in order up here.
When anglers hit Lake Erie for the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open, they should expect to drop shot for heavy smallmouths hanging around rock.
Failure is not an option, and Elite Series pro Fletcher Shryock is feeling the pressure going into the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open on Lake Erie out of Sandusky, Sept. 12-14.
Elite Series pro Charlie Hartley runs into former Classic champ Takahiro Omori on Lake Erie.
The habitat here is unlike the reef fishing done elsewhere on the big lake.