MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Edwin Evers Runs Upriver for Late-Summer Success - Major League Fishing
MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Edwin Evers Runs Upriver for Late-Summer Success
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MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Edwin Evers Runs Upriver for Late-Summer Success

September 10, 2020 • Major League Lessons

Late summer and early fall are hard times to get bit in some parts of the country, but Mercury pro Edwin Evers has some tips on how and where to get more bites while you’re waiting for the water temperatures to cool in the fall.