Expect weights of high teens to low 20s each day during this week's Green Bay Challenge.
When I launched from Green Bay yesterday morning, all I could find was current, open water, bridges and big buildings. This place is something different; and after a full day on the water, I have caught exactly one 3-pound smallmouth bass.
I’m up on Green Bay getting ready for the Mystery Lake event that isn’t a mystery anymore. I’m just about as excited as a bass angler can get. This is going to be a good one. I cut my teeth on smallmouth so it’s kind of like going back to the beginning.
This week I want to talk about the Mystery Lake we’ll be fishing the last of June and why I think it’s one of the best things B.A.S.S. has done in years.
Off we go again, headed to Toledo Bend for the next Elite Series event in a very busy month of tournaments.
Since the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule was announced last summer, professional anglers have been kept in the dark about the seventh stop on the circuit — the Mystery Lake Elite June 28-July 1.
After repeated denials of access to Lake Michigan on the northern Indiana border, members of the Indiana B.A.S.S. Federation Nation had had enough.
Muddy water, big fish and stout tackle are the presumed recipe for a Red River victory but a number of contenders in this Classic are hoping to turn that alleged truism on its ear.
I’m in Green Bay, Wis., this week filming a TV show with Mark Zona for his Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show. We’ll be targeting smallmouth bass in Lake Michigan near Washington Island.
Sometimes you have to think outside the box, something I was reminded of a couple of weeks ago while fishing for smallmouth with my boys on Lake Michigan.