It’s hard to find the words to express my gratitude towards this man right here. Two weeks ago Mike D (the host) of Lunkerville had his guest (who was suppose to show him the ways of ice fishing with a deeper fish finder) get cold feet. Lucky for me my first fish finder when I got into fishing was a deeper. Mike asked me if I could showcase how the deeper works on the ice. With all the recent success I have been having with my short stick I immediately said I could do it! I was freaking out!!! Fishing GrubbZ is gonna be on gosh darn National Television!!! Then comes the first curve ball... Mike told me he would absolutely love to come to my house and film the YouTube studio I put together... Pretty cool right? Not when your studio is corner of your extremely outdated living room. So of course I said yes and for the past two weeks I have been remodeling the entire studio/living room to be TV worthy. Two full weeks of getting up wicked early and working my ass off until I had to go to work and work some more. Getting home super late and getting up crazy early to do it all over again. To say that hard work pays off is an understatement! Fast forward to yesterday! Mike and his camera man meet @andrew_knowlton and I out at one of our honey holes and the fishing was insanely slow... we moved from our first spot to another spot I know holds big fish.... not even a sniff. After about 80+ holes and about 2 flags and a couple fish jigged up we decided to call a huge audible. It was 1pm and we had been fishing since 5am with nothing to show for it. So we decided to cheat and take Mike to our most FIRE small pond in northern Nashua to hopefully get him on his first ever largemouth bass through the ice! While setting up our flags with Mike on an important phone call our lucky tip up that we put in first caught three fish in about 5 minutes and one of them was our FIRST bass of the Day!!!! After that we didn’t look back. I couldn’t even tell you how many fish we caught and jigged up! The highlight of the day didn’t end up being Mikes first bass on the ice (which he did get), it was this GIANT 15inch crappie that stole the show! Nothing Like a PB to make it complete!