|the channel that opens up to Lake 1|
The dropshot accounted for the majority of our fish and was especially deadly when working the deep drop-offs. You were even in better shape if you could find the isolated patches of weeds located close to where the bottom began to taper off. We tried some different shapes and sizes of worm but the fish ate a purple zoom 4 inch finesse worm the best. We landed maybe a dozen bass on that zoom worm. Here’s a couple of my better largemouths.
|a nice bass|
|another nice bass|
|me with my friend Bill the gill|
|can you say portage?|
|neal strecthing his legs after our portage to Lake 2|
Here’s my one and only fish (a rainbow trout) that I took on a slip-bobber and minnow combination. The fish took the hook deep and couldn't be revived so it came home for dinner.
|a bonus stocker rainbow trout|
|a smallie to top off the day|