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Fishing Reports

FLW BFL Tournament Practice Day 4 With Marcus Sykora

Daily Fishing Log For September 6, 2013

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date September 6, 2013 Air Temp Mid 80's Current Generation Light
Fisherman Bob and Marcus Sykora Water Temp Mid 80's
Hours Fished 0.00 Sky Sunny Water Clarity Slighly Stained to Stained
Fishing Overall 8 Wind Light
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
25 15
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
See Below See Below
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Dark Colors Dark Colors

Considering that I was fishing today with a professional competitor angler that will be fishing to win the FLW event this weekend, I cannot disclose today the presentation, structure and location of the fish caught today. Stay tuned late Sunday for great fishing information. In the meantime please refer to Bassing Bob Daily Logs from earlier this week and the Weekly Fishing Report.

Fishing Notes

Fishing today with one of the very best bass fisherman on Lake of the Ozarks was quite a treat for me, as I am an average fisherman at best. Marcus showed me some great techniques for pre fishing for a major tournament including fishing many different baits, different structure and cover. Once, Marcus was dialed in on a pattern, we ran that pattern the rest of the day and results are indicative of just how important it is to identify a pattern to catch a lot of quality keeper fish on Lake of the Ozarks. The attention to detail in terms of depth, where and how the fish were relating to the bait and then replicating was amazing. Marcus taught me a lot today about how important the subtle little details are that make the difference in catching a lot of quality fish versus getting skunked. In addition, I was a amazed at Marcus versatility to fish with many different baits on different structure and cover: deep, shallow, on brush, on bluffs, etc. Marcus just simply catches fish on all of these options with many baits, fast and slow. It is no wonder to me that Marcus fishes other lakes around the country that he has never fished before and wins big. He was also a great and open teacher. He did not hold anything back in terms of teaching as at the end of the day, the angler must perform on their own. Watch for more details on my day fishing with Marcus Sykora later this weekend.

Photos of the Day

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