By Andrew CanuletteBASS PRESS RELEASE
Saturday, June 22, 2019
Sam Houston Claims 2019 Bassmaster College Series at St. Lawrence River!
Smallmouth spawn producing giant limits.
“It was absolute teamwork,” Kurtz said. “You’re working a bait with no clue what the fish are doing beneath you.” He said one angler lay on the deck of the boat, looking through a “flogger,” a device for peering underwater, while his partner maneuvered his lure. The spotter would tell his partner where to move the lure and when to pop or jig it, and then a bass would bite.