Bassmasters

From Outdoor Journal

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Topics: bass fishing

Lake Champlain has earned the reputation as being New England's premier bass fishing lake. The quantity of large and small-mouth makes the lake a big draw for professional bass tournaments. There are no special maintenance or organized stocking programs for bass on the lake. There are just lots of 'em. Host Lawrence Pyne joined anglers Randy Savage and Gilbert Gagner of "Bronzeback Guide Service" for a day of bass fishing on Lake Champlain.

  • Randy Savage & Gilbert Gagner
    Bronzeback Guide Service
    Martin's General Store
    General Delivery Rt 7
    Highgate Springs, VT 05460
    802-868-4459


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