The first thing that any angler fishing Lake Erie has to take into consideration is the weather, in particular I’m talking about the wind. It’s nasty and it’ll wreak havoc on anything you try to do.
Lake Erie can be an extraordinary fishery. I had a huge sack on the first day up there, then the winds came, Friday was cancelled and my bite disappeared.
It’s been a while since 2006 when I last won a B.A.S.S. professional event. I have to say it feels good to be back in the winner’s circle.
After six weeks on the road, the pressure is finally off for Michael Iaconelli.
New Jersey angler troubleshoots his way to tournament success.
Check out what the anglers brought in their final day on Lake Erie!
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.