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Capt. Bryce Michel shows what the grubs can deliver on even a poor outing. Marsh Maggots
2252 Views - Posted: July 30, 2003 at 11:00 am
“You're not going to believe this,” said Bryce Michel as we sped across Lake Decade. “I don't know how much they told you about this deal, but it really is unbelievable.”

Strong words from someone I'd met just minutes before at Falgout Canal in the southern Terrebonne Parish fishing village known as Theriot. And even more pronounced since the subject was a bait used to catch Louisiana's smallest, though arguably most popular, game fish.

Simpson rigs his Senkos wacky-style whenever he thinks the fish are less aggressive and would respond better to a slow fall.
Sashay of the Senko
2098 Views - Posted: April 30, 2003 at 9:24 am
I picked up the phone and politely said hello. The caller didn’t have time for such pleasantries. Instead, he began panting something into the phone.

Kentucky pro Mark Menendez caught this beast on Toledo Bend during a Top 150 event held there last February. Lure of Louisiana
2349 Views - Posted: April 10, 2002 at 10:48 am
Larry Nixon walked away with the winner’s trophy and first-place check at the conclusion of the B.A.S.S. Louisiana Invitational at Lake Bistineau Feb. 17-19, 1982. Little did he, or anybody else for that matter, know that B.A.S.S. would not return to Louisiana for 16 long years.