The pending results of an experimental bass size limit on Big Long Lake may lead to more Indiana lakes with a slot limit structure.
That’s the view of northern Indiana biologists who are conducting a study of what could be done on lakes that have an overabundance of undersize (less than 14 inches) bass.
Dan and Sara Posey (Niles) had five keeper largemouth bass totaling 12.12 pounds to win the Casting Couples tournament on Diamond Lake.
The tournament drew 24 teams with seven limits weighed in.
Posey used drop-shots and Hula Grubs to earn $310. They also won second Big Bass honors with 3.78 pounder to take home a Native Pride Tackle pack.
Zoom Bait Company announces the release of the new Z-Swim 3.8, a ribbed swimbait that swims naturally, emulates a wide variety of baitfish and can be used from the surface down into the deepest lairs of wary bass.
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Never doubt Rodney Akey when he says hes gonna catch you a big one.
Just ask his buddy, Will Skalla.
Will likes his bluegill fishing, but I prefer bigger fish, said Akey, a catfish specialist. I told him that bluegills were for women and children, and that if he would come with me Id show him what big fish look like.
So, on May 22, the Niles anglers headed to the St. Joseph River below Berrien Springs dam. About 8 p.m., Akeys line began to move. He let the fish run a bit, set the hook and the battle was on.