In the Midwest, the walleye is the favorite fish of many anglers, and for good reason. They are abundant in many waters, they are susceptible to a wide variety of presentations, and they taste great on the table. But as good as the walleye fishing can be in the Midwest, the largemouth bass fishing can be just as good and much of the time even better. I re-learned that fact on a fishing trip last week. I shared a boat with fishing educator Mike Frisch and our quarry was largemouth bass. We employed two different techniques to catch lots of bass under bright skies. Oftentimes bright skies can make fishing difficult, but if you adapt your presentation, you'll still get bit.