Hi, my name is Randy Yancey! I'm a lot of things, I'm a father of 3 a grampa of 3, soon to be 4, a bass fishing fool for over 50 years, and a tournament bass fisherman! As a long time club and tournament bass fisherman, many of you know that some trips you catch a lot of fish but not many bigger ones. And, sometimes you catch just a few fish and they're are all pretty good sized, just not enough of them. Then there are the days you catch a good amount of both! Saturday, October 13th was one of those days the fish bit good, but out of a dozen or more, only 4 keepers and nothing bigger than a couple pounds. This was day 1 of the Tri County Bass Clubs season championship out of Nemo park at Pomme de Terre lake! Lots of the guys had zero keepers, and my limit of 4 ended up being the fifth heaviest bag of 17-18 fisherman who took off at 7 am! From 7 until 10, I had all 4 keepers in the boat and had lost the biggest fish of the day probably, when it hung my crankbait on a stickup. I caught almost all my fish on one of two of my 13fishing reels and all were caught on a Rapala DT6 crankbait, in either 'mule' color or 'chart/green' back color. Most were caught between docks, rather shallow in 'one' cove north of Nemo bridge!
Watch this channel, 'Largemouth Bass Nation', and like, subscribe and share with your friends, as we're having our 'Year of Lures' lure giveaway where we giveaway 2 lures by drawing for every 100 subscribers. Contest runs through June of 2019 and we want to give away $10,000 worth of Mega Chomp Lures, Rapala and Storm crankbaits in order to reach 50000 or more subscribers by next summer! Keep tuned in to see how we're progressing! Tightlines, Randy Yance, tournament bass angler and webmaster/owner of www.largemouthbassnation.com and on Facebook/largemouthbassnation and Instagram @largemouth_bass_nation! Tight lines and catch some biguns!!