SHREVEPORT, La.—The dropping water level created problems for several of the anglers in the Bass Pro Shops Central Open on the Red River today, but Jimmy Johnson found the conditions to his liking. “I think it actually helped me,” said Johnson “It let me see a little bit more of the stuff I was fishing. Visibility is only about 4 inches, so when it dropped about 3 inches I saw something new to fish.”
Anglers see what they can find in the murky water of the Red River.
Anglers launch on Red River for Day One of the Central Open #1
Anglers from all over the country have converged on Louisiana's Red River in hopes of winning the Bass Pro Shops Central Open.
The Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open is headed to the Red River where BassGold says that flipping backwaters is the real deal this time of year.
Go on the water with Shaye Baker as he practices for the Bass Pro Shops Central Open #1 on the Red River.
This week will be my first Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open. It will also be the first time I’ve fished the Red River...
Cliff Crochet of Pierre Part, La., doesn’t expect to have much time to scout the Red River before the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open. But that may not be as bad as it sounds.
Even though B.A.S.S. has made the Potomac River a frequent stop on its various circuits, I never expected major fishing history to emerge close to home.
The recent Bass Pro Shops Southern Open on Douglas Lake was an enigma in some ways.