…by Shaw Grigsby, with Paul Elias’ help. Brutal:
Was a Super Spook:
2. Dean Rojas posted this and it’s making me want.
You know what I mean!
Bronzeye Spit Shads….
3. What Gene Gilliland’s smallie proves.
Gene is B.A.S.S.’s conservation dude, and this photo — if legit — proves:
1. Bass biologists can catch bass with something other than a shocking boat.
2. People other than just the Lindners catch smalls on neon-colored X-Raps.
4. TN: Check this from the Percy Priest BFL.
Won by Adam Wagner, who’s won 10 of FLW’s derbies includin’ the ’09 All-American, with 20-03:
> “I caught everything I weighed in on a green-pumpkin Brush Hog on a Carolina rig.”
> …a main-lake point where he targeted bass congregating along an intersection of pea gravel and chunk rock. “I caught one on just about every cast. They were piling on top of each other — it was crazy. I tried to swap baits but the only thing they would bite was the Brush Hog.”
WTHeck is it with Carolina rigs and Brush Hogs?? Because of this I’m a-gonna start the BassBlaster Carolina Rig Challenge. All y’all are invited to compete for the big prize (okay…pretty big). Stay tuned.
5. TN: 10XD win on Douglas Lake.
Speaking of TN BFLs, dude won a Douglas Lake BFL cranking a Strike King 10XD mega-crank on mid-lake points and humps in 20-25′.
You ask, How can you fish a crankbait that big all day? Don’t know, but the guy posted this to his Facebook that night:
Hahaha just kiddin’! And remember: Hackney says big bass baits are actually small.
6. AR: Greers Ferry bass pops improving.
Larges and smalls.
7. Lunkerhunt Lunker Sticks now on TW.
Senko-type bait, some different colors. I’m diggin’ “squash:”
8. MegaStrike Roland Martin spinnerbait now in bluegill.
9. Check this Yo-Zuri Pencil topwater shot.
Pretty cool ain’t it. Believe that’s the color “prism gold black” but not sure.
You know the drill: Click it, enter the email, share the link, cross the fingers. Good luck bass-heads! (Wish I could enter dang it…)