Don’t get me wrong, Bluegill fishing is pretty fun, a lot of fun, even, and they’re good for the fry up. But when you’ve caught a relaxing cooler full you start to wonder if there’s more adventure to be had in Seaworld, well, Lakeworld. And there is, Bass Blitz!
There you are, reeling in the ferocious panfish from the limestone bank when off to your left, maybe 100 yards away, there’s a sound like frying bacon. But it’s not bacon, or the warming noise of a crackling fire, it’s fish, leaping up out of the water in a blitzing feeding frenzy.
|Look Out! Blitz Starting! Come on You Fish!|
If only they were closer! you think as you hoist up another piranalike fighter and, just in case, you rig up a topwater lure on your backup rod. I chose a large Heddon Super Spook, why? Because I wanted the lure to be weighty enough for a long cast.
Sure enough, the Blitz came in, as the leaping Bass tore up the water within 30 or 40 yards. So I got on them with the Spook. Bang! and the lure went down. Big fun, I tell you. But here’s the thing, the Spook was too big and I’d have caught more with a Tiny Torpedo, still, hindsight’s 20/20.
|See The Rain?|
Then rain came in, the lake grew choppy and the Blitz subsided into the deep, leaving me with no option but to head to a desk, a computer and a printer. Please don’t laugh, it’s true.
For some reason a Threeper Pie seems appropriate.