Edwin Evers on Targeting Smallmouth Bass Wolf Packs

For two-time Jack Links Major League Fishing champion Edwin Evers, there's nothing quite like hunting down a big-ole bass.

Unless, that is, he's hunting down a wad of big-ole bass, the kind of scale-busters that can win him a championship event like the 2013 MLF Challenge Cup in Istokpoga, Fla. and the 2015 MLF Challenge Cup in Shreveport/Bossier City, Louisiana.

Or the 2016 Bassmaster Classic on Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma, for that matter.

But as impressive as those signature wins have been in the career of Double E, they all came on the backs of largemouth bass, the predominant fish in those particular fisheries.

In northern Minnesota at the 2017 MLF Summit Cup, smallmouth bass undoubtedly play a pivotal role in who wins, perhaps even the renowned wolf packs of bass that the North Country is known for.

What's a wolf pack? In short, it's a huge group - a bronzeback gang, if you will - that roams around terrorizing local baitfish populations.

"Lots of them," said Evers. "That's what a wolf pack is, where there is lots of them."