A good piece of advice this week came from Captain Tim Egenrieder of Anglerfish Guides in Quincy: If you want to find the bass, look for the bait. Maybe it’s because of the cooler-than-normal water temperatures, but bass don’t seem content right now to settle down on reefs and rockpiles and wait for food to come to them. They’re in an active mood, moving in
Baldwin: Water temperature is pushing 90 degrees. Catfish fair to good using cutbait on the south end; largemouth bass fair using deep-water crankbaits on the south end; bluegill fair using meal worms and nightcrawlers; striped bass fair drifting shad; crappie fair using small white spinnerbaits.
Every hour, anglers were docking their boats and hauling in what they hoped were their prize-winning bass to the weigh-in point at the first Fishing for Freedom Bass Tournament held Saturday at Bonnie Castle Resort.
Mifflinburg juniors Nick Osman and Garrett Enders on Saturday won the national BASSmaster High School Championships in Tennessee, $30,000 in scholarships and 17-foot Triton aluminum bass boats.
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