Lunker Lessons: Chesapeake Bay
An aversion to crowds and a savvy practice led Jeremy Prouty, of Vero Beach, Fla., to the biggest bass of the 2009 Northern Open on the Chesapeake Bay.
"I didn't want to fish in the Susquehanna River because of the crowds. It was just too crowded for my style, so I headed up the Sassafras River. I found an old shipwreck off a deep point in about 16 feet of water. A part of one bulkhead was at about 8 feet, less than that when the tide was out. The only other angler near it was Ken Cook.
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