Las Vegas, Nev. – September 11, 2012 – The one constant of a bass tournament is that change is going to happen. Don’t like the weather conditions? Wait a while. When the field of anglers for the 30th Anniversary WON Bass Nitro Boats / Mercury U.S. Open awoke at Boulder Station Casino, it was obvious that change had occurred.
The cloudy, blustery weather that had been predicted for the first day had held off, but it decided to make an appearance on day two. The day two takeoff conditions featured higher winds and a thick layer of storm clouds building out of the eastern shores of Lake Mead.
Normally, clouds and wind often signal an improved bite for anglers as baitfish are stirred up bringing a lake’s bass population to life. However, being that the venue for this event is Lake Mead; those conditions can often have a negative effect. Read More