For those that have helped us in the past we appreciate it very much.We need to round up some boats again this year, as of now we need 15 boats to take a soldier out on American lake for a few hours. There will be hot breakfast and lunch provided, guaranteed fulfilling day.Any questions give me a call at 253-606-0518.See More
Evergreen Bass club is putting on our annual take a soldier fishing event July 19 and we are looking for a few more boats to help out. It's a fun 1/2 day on American lake giving back a little to our soldiers and their families. If your interested let me know. Thanks all.
A group dedicated to the discussion of politics, rules, regulations, pending legislation and more. If you don't like politics or sharing your opinion or aren't ready to back them up, this isn't the group for you. No holds barred. See More
I added a discussion to the tournament group with the details.Bring all your smack talk out to lake Sammamish on February 18th and take a shot at a cool $1000.00 for the big fish option pot, and much more!See More
Evergreen Bass club is hosting the 6th annual Freeze your bASS blast again this year on Feb. 18th 2012 on Lake Sammamish.This has been a great way to kick off the year for a while so get the boat ready and come out and take a shot at the $1000.00 big fish pot again this year.All proceeds go towards our 4th annual Take a Warrior fishing event to be held in July, what a great way to thank the men and women who sacrifice so much for us all.There has been an average of 30 boats in the past so let's…See More
With 2012 coming on fast what are your resolutions/goals for the new year?I plan on fishing with as many new people as possible.Making the state team through the TBF would be great.The biggest goal for me is learning as much as possible and hopefully not make as many mistakes as I did this year! I left a lot on the lake this year and won't dwell on the negatives but I could have done better.Look forward to 2012.Happy new year to you all.See More
After seeing this happen for the third year in a row, what do you guys think causes the smallies to go from 25' to 40' almost overnight? I am under the assumption that the thermocline is a good indication of an approximate depth that most fish would hold, I spent some time setting up my electronics to help detect the thermocline easier and it sure looked like it is still around the28'-32' zone. I haven't measured temps down at 40' so I can't say but maybe in this lake the surface and deeper…See More