Gary Dobyns is one of the preeminent tournament anglers in the West, and when he has been injury free, there may be no better power fisherman in the Golden State. But capturing the 2009 (corrected) U.S. Open on Lake Mead, after several close calls, Dobyns has established him not only as a major champion, but also as a source of key information for competitive anglers.
In fact, at his recent stop at Anglers Marine in Santee he had plenty to say about fishing the desert–for anyone who was paying attention.
As he spoke of the site of this, the 28th Open, there were key items in his gameplan. For example, he noted, (more…)