It took a comeback on Day 2 and snagging Big Bass to end a summer dry spell. There’s no doubt about it that Lake Seminole was fishing tough and it felt great for my plan to fall together and take a near swing at the top 12 cut. It was definitely a good way to end the season.
Check it out
- BASS Times -
Magazine Cover & Article
- Pressure: Part 1 -
- My Pro Patterns Video of Table Rock -
Teaser video 20% off code MORGENTHALER
- Morgenthaler knew how to adjust to cold front conditions -
- BASS Times – December Issue -
Survival Tips ….The Missile D Bomb in action
- Fish the Thermocline, Transition & Turnover -
- Bass Times Magazine – October -
Put a Jig where the sun don’t shine.
- Tune in Saturday 9/20 -
ESPN Chicago 1000am – Chauncey Great Outdoors
- 21 Bass Fishing Experts Reveal Their Best Tips For More Fish -
- Off Season -
It’s really nice to spend a little time at home after a very long tour season. I’m enjoying the opportunity to work on tackle and reorganize the boat after a year on the road.
- Seminole Day 1 in the books. -
well I definitely kept myself in the game with 5 fish, but tomorrow they need to weigh a little more. I have a spot I thought could increase size but it was a popular spot & covered up today. Boat #165 tomorrow due in at 5:45 I’m looking forward to a longer day.
- Where are the bass… -
I know there here, but Lake Seminole the last stop on the BASS southern open line up is being extremely stingy. I was really looking forward to finally fishing a grass lake, fishing the way I like to fish – flipping and pitching. It’s been a grind. I’m boat #2 out of the gate due in at 3:30 ET. We’ll see what she gives up.