Welcome! Plenty of nice people here to help you out. Only bass I have caught at UL so far is white bass, but I also don't have a boat or float tube yet. Maybe when I change that I will have some info for you.
Plenty of other knowledgeable people here though that should be able to help you out for sure.
We need to talk on Saturday. Hanging out with Dan, Byron, and the group can be really detrimental to your schooling !!! You'll forget about school and spend all your time on the water !! Is that Colby guy still hanging out with Jarrett ??? He's another you need to avoid !!!
Our tournament is at Utah Lake. I am not familiar with the water and I'm really looking for suggestions on which part of the lake to go to and what to use at those specific spots. Any info you can pass on would be appreciated!
Yeah guys way to go, a girl posts and she's mauraded by info. I had to find out by myself, (more rewarding that way anyway i suppose) but wow my buddy pulled one out of UL just the other day that weighed 5lbs. Found way better lures then Senkos.
Hobby or business? It has been both for most of my life. Much of my working career required me to organize and write. My Utah Lake book is a collection of "writeups" I have put together over the years into one more or less organized group. Doing the same thing for Willard Bay, Starvation and Deer Creek but I am a long way from finishing. Too much "R & D" on the water keeps me from the keyboard. Hope you develop many new up close and personal relationships with the basses.
all I have to say is this girls tournament partner could be the smartest guy ever! if this thread read "new guy in town" than I think it might be different! haha. glad people are willing to share tho, if i knew utah lake better I'd prob shoot ya a pm but I'm also tryin to figure the bass out there. hope the tourny goes well. this bass stuff is pretty addictive.
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