Ben Roussel 07/09/2017 | Posted in Fishing, Fishing Reports, Freshwater, Freshwater Fishing, Internationalisation, Kilroy, Kilroy DT, United States
We spent Labor Day weekend up at Lake Rosemound where I had a couple opportunities to get back out on the water in the Kilroy DT and chase some bass.
Saturday I got out just after sunrise, armed with my favorite buzzbait, I headed toward a big flat where I saw some fish holding the last time I was out here paddling Marin around.
It didn’t take long to connect with a little male, who despite being blind in one eye, knew exactly how to slam a buzzbait.
The dink bass topwater action continued all over this flat and another and around the grass edges of the lake.
It was nice to spend a couple of hours catching bass before the sun really began to heat things up.
I made it out again the next evening, but didn’t have the same luck I had the day before. I only connected with one bass and missed three more fish on the same buzzbait I was using the day before. I guess I fell into the “one bait wonder” mold again this weekend, but that’s how I wanted to catch them.
I may not have caught many fish Sunday evening, but I did catch an awesome sunset, which is a fine substitute for a nice fish.