First off it's that time of year for one of the most fun outdoor activities Michigan has to offer. It is time to hit the drowned river mouth lakes and do some salmon jigging. It's been going on for awhile up north but is just getting going down this way. There are few things that are more fun than having a big king on bass tackle. You can find a little more information on it in the latest FishSens blog.
We've had a lot of happenings in the bass game since the last blog with one particular day standing out more than the others. We finally had our last D&R tournament of the season on Muskegon Lake. We were pumped for this one as we have a pretty good track record on Muskegon and we were leading AOY by 2 points. Things weren't really lining up for it to be easy for us though the particular areas we can usually count on haven't really been the deal this year. Not a big deal though you have to constantly evolve on the lakeshore as dominant techniques and areas are always changing. Practice wasn't anything spectacular but we had couple things going. One that could have been lights out but was all going to depend on boat number (we drew boat 67 so that was out). The secondary plan had produced the right bites also and we had a bunch of other stuff to run that we never touched.