Rich Lindgren

Rich Lindgren's love for bass fishing is a balance between passion and obsession. He has been an angler all his life and has been tournament fishing for more then 15 years. He has eyes on qualifying for the Bassmasters Classic and wants to help others catch more bass.

East Central Bass Fishing Reports

Posted by: Rich Lindgren under Fishing, Bait, Bass, Equipment, Events, Fishing Techniques Updated: July 16, 2009 - 11:04 AM
The better fish came from deeper weed edges on East Rush from about 8-12ft.  Soft plastics and 3/8oz Tru-Tungsten jigs in greens, blacks and browns were all good.  Look for inside turns and steeper drops along those weed edges for the bass.  The shallow bite was kind of slow, believed to be because of weeds dieing off and getting slimy.

On Knife lake, rocky banks, wood and docks all produced good quality fish.  The only thing that did not work well on Sunday was the pad bite, mostly small fish.  Once again 1/2 oz Black and Blue Tru-Tungsten jigs produced a lot of fish, chatterbait style lures also did well.

I ended up winning both tournaments with just under 15lbs each day.  For full reports, check out my Bassin' Blog!
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