Notes From Day Two at Bull Shoals
Jun 26th, 2008 by OutdoorsFIRST
Modified Jun 26th, 2008 at 12:00 AM
|Steve Bohn on Day 2 at Bull Shoals|
The skies are cloudy this morning, much to the relief of most of the Pros WalleyeFIRST talked to this morning. The fish will bite all day. but many had a shallower bite going that changed yesterday with the high skies.
Temps are forecast to be in the high 90's today again, with the possibility of a thundershower this afternoon, so the skies will clear and the sun take over before the morning is out.
Rigging and trolling Cranks are the tactics talked about most this morning, and when trolling cranks…losing LOTS of lures. It's not just the tree's overall old canopy that is now underwater that is an issue, it's the one tree that sticks up 10' higher than what used to be the canopy that catches the presentation and causes a lost bait.
The majority of the field are working flooded points, a structure element Bull Shoals has plenty of to allow everyone lots of room.
Stay with WalleyeFIRST for our signature live audio and video this afternoon brought to you by Lund Boats at 5 PM. The weigh in begins just up the hill from the Bull Shoals Boat Dock.