The Great Lakes being at historically high water levels has really impacted a lot of things besides the fishing. One of the biggest impacts on the westside is that it's flooded the main access to the Grand River. It's where all the big tournaments go out of and it's impossible to use right now. That's providing some unique challenges for all the tournament series that had the Grand on the schedule. The bummer of it all is the buzz is the Grand is fishing awesome and White Lake was fishing terrible.
The D&R Grand River tournament was moved to White which meant I was going to get a few cracks at figuring out White Lake in a row. I hadn't been up there since before bass season started so I didn't really know what to expect. I anticipated things being way behind due to the weather this spring. I also assumed the weed growth would be way behind from temp, lack of sunlight, and a couple extra feet of depth. Things didn't start well considering Cameron and I caught literally one bass on our Monday night tournament out there. It was a good one at least, missing big bass of the night by .02.