Rich Rogoz correctly noted, “The warm November weather seems to have kept the bass active.’’
That applies to fishermen getting out, too.
Rogoz caught and released a 23-inch largemouth (photo at the top), from among double digits of bass caught from an area pond last Wednesday on a white 4-inch swim jig.
Michael Callaway’s father sent along some of the quality bass his son was catching with minnows on a pond in Bartlett, including the one to the right.
FOTW, the celebration of big fish and good stories, runs Wednesdays on the Sun-Times outdoors page. The story part matters as much as the big fish part, generally.
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Tauchman, a veteran from Palatine and Fremd High School, is hitting .308 (8-for-26) in 10 games since being called up when Cody Bellinger was put on the injured list.
The overall trend has been that homer streaks of at least five games have gone hand-in-hand with staying power.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle reflected on the complicated story of Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, the Illinois native and Civil War general who founded the holiday. Monday’s event was held at Logan’s statue in Grant Park.
Right-hander Jimmy Lambert lands on injured list with ankle inflammation to make room for Hendriks.