Dean Herdman

Much warmer daytime temps remind us that summer is not far away. Not much fishing pressure these days as weekdays in the parking lot shows just a few rigs out on the water. It seems like you have the whole lake to yourself while you are out there. The bass bite has been reliably steady in the stump filled ares of Farm 13. Most bites have been coming on texas rigged plastics of any sort. When the wind blows a little ripple, spinner baits are working well. Wild shiners have been descent but in the heavy cover care should be taken to keep the line floating so that it does not hang up as much in the submerged cover. Tip: a little chapstick smeared on the line while retrieving a long cast will give it a waxy coating and help float the line. If you are ready to fish we are ready to take you. check us out on our website or find us on Facebook search one cast away.

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Dean Herdman

About The Author: Captain Dean Herdman

Company: Bass Professional Guide Service

Area Reporting: Stick Marsh Farm 13

Bio: Over the past two decades, it has been my pleasure to make the bass fishing dreams of families and anglers all over the world come true when they've come to the world famous Stick Marsh & Farm 13. Over the years, I've caught, and helped my clients catch, over a thousand bass weighing over 10 pounds. I'm grateful for the success my guide service has enjoyed, and I'm now grateful for the opportunity to retire and transfer my business to another incredible fisherman. As of August 3, Dean Herdman, a U.S.C.G. licensed Captain and a knowledgeable and avid bass fisherman, has become the new owner and master guide at Bass Professional Guide Service/ I'm confident that his skills and expertise will help bring new and existing clients the same great fishing experiences for years to come.

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