1. Doubled up!

    11 lb. 29 in. Striped Bass with a live maks

  2. Destroyed the crank bait. Very shallow

    1 lb. 11 oz. 14 in. Smallmouth Bass with a crank bait

    1. Pop A. Reel Webb 0
      Nice catch
  3. Hammered it

    1 lb. 6 oz. 14 in. Smallmouth Bass with a plastic

    1. Jeremy Tiberio 0
      Not a very deep lake. Most deep spots range in about forty feet. That fish was caught in northville area near bachelorville bridge. There some nice coves right around ...more there. Water is still very high so easy to get into those spots still. Hug the coast for bass. Go deep for walleye. People there guard their spots haha. Surprise. I'm still learning there myself. Only been on it a couple years. I use senkos and other soft plastics myself. Have caught pike and walleye however on rattle bates. Those r my two main types of lures. Good luck!
    2. Doug Cameron 0
      Hey Jeremy, nice looking smallie there. In heading there next week and on the 26th for a tourney. Any tips?
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  4. 1 lb. 8 oz. 12 in. Smallmouth

    1. Jeremy Tiberio 0
      Thanks Todd
    2. Todd Kuhlewind 0
      Learn to support fish on the body besides lipping
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