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Grigsby Finishes Strong To Win FLW Tour on Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury

Grigsby Finishes Strong To Win FLW Tour on Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury

DETROIT, Mich. – FLW Tour pro Chad Grigsby of Maple Grove, Minnesota, brought a five-bass limit of smallmouth weighing 26 pounds, 4 ounces to the scale Sunday to win the FLW Tour at Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury and the top prize of $125,000 – his second-career FLW Tour win. Grigsby’s four-day total of 20 bass weighing 97-8 gave him the win by a 2-pound, 3... READ MORE »

Grigsby In Control After Two Days at FLW Tour on Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury

Grigsby In Control After Two Days at FLW Tour on Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury

DETROIT, Mich. – FLW Tour pro Chad Grigsby of Maple Grove, Minnesota, brought another limit of smallmouth bass to the scale Friday – this one weighing 24 pounds, 4 ounces – to maintain his lead after Day Two of the FLW Tour at Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury. The 180-boat field is now cut to just the top 30, and Grigsby will start Saturday’s Day Three of competition with a... READ MORE »

Grigsby Tops 25 Pounds To Take Early Lead at FLW Tour on Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury

Grigsby Tops 25 Pounds To Take Early Lead at FLW Tour on Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury

DETROIT, Mich. – FLW Tour pro Chad Grigsby of Maple Grove, Minnesota, crossed the stage with a limit of smallmouth bass weighing 25 pounds, 13 ounces – the largest limit ever weighed in his 15-year FLW Tour career – to lead Day One of the FLW Tour at Lake St. Clair presented by Mercury. The Minnesota pro now holds a 1-pound, 13-ounce lead over pro Darrel... READ MORE »

Skinning a Shadalicious

Skinning a Shadalicious

There’s not a time of the year that a swimbait isn’t an effective lure. The only thing that really changes is how and where you fish it. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Keystone Light Pro Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Keystone Light Pro Chad Grigsby

For some reason, this time of year smallmouths like to hang around objects in the water, whether it’s just a small feature or something as big as a car. They’ll still move around, but it’s like they move from rock pile to rock pile – or whatever – instead of just swimming around aimlessly. So you’re target-casting at objects that are likely to be holding fish. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Keystone Light Pro Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Keystone Light Pro Chad Grigsby

<b>Waylaying Shoreline Bass in the Postspawn</b> <br> Postspawn is one of my favorite times of the year, mainly because bass are active and aggressive. I like the fact that I can catch them on some of my favorite lures: soft stickbaits and buzzbaits. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

A lot of fishing is mental. To me, going with your instincts can be a big deal. For instance, say you’re running to a spot and you see a stretch of bank with maybe a couple of laydowns that looks good. Something tells you that you need to give it a try, so you do. Maybe you hit the jackpot, maybe you don’t, but the few minutes that it takes you to stop and check it out could make a big difference in your outcome. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

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Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

If you live in an area of the country where your fishing pretty much shuts down in late fall, it’s a good idea to give your rods and reels a maintenance going-over now so they’ll be ready to fish next spring. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

In spring, it’s always a good idea to plan on covering water and throwing a lot of different lures until you find the two or three baits that work better than others. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Patience is a virtue to a fisherman. A lot of people lose patience when they’re fishing and leave a good spot even if they’re fairly sure that there are fish around. “The bass just aren’t biting,” or “the fish have left,” they say to themselves, and go on to the next place. READ MORE »

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

Pro Tips Weekly: Chad Grigsby

I’m a big stickler for organization. I like to have everything in my boat in its place so that I know where it is when I need it, without having to spend 20 minutes digging through stuff to find it. READ MORE »