I went to North River today to scout around for a upcoming trip. I wanted to check the light tackle bite, which has been getting better and better everyday. I also wanted to hit some banks that I did not fish this spring to see if the bass were there. The first area I stopped at this morning had white perch schooling. I picked up the 4 1/2 foot light tackle rod with 4 pound test and went to work. I ended up catch white perch, yellow perch, brim, and one bass on the little rod.
I put the little rod down and hit the bank to do a little bass scouting. I caught a bowfin right off the bat. The bowfin, also called mudfish or blackfish and is a very hard fighter with lots of sharp teeth.
Then the bass started biting.
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