This week I fished Presque Isle Bay with professional angler Dave Lefebre of Erie, PA. As many of you may know, Dave is a hot stick on the bass tour. When fishing for fun, it is impossible for anyone in the boat to keep up with him when bass are biting - especially when it comes to flipping weeds. Dave is a fishing machine...he spots an opening, drops the jig in, shakes it once, detects a bite, sets the hook, hauls the bass in, unhooks it, releases it and tosses the jig back to the pocket as fast as I can focus and snap a picture. In a little under three hours we put 30 bass in the boat. I caught my customary 6 bass while Dave caught the other 24. If you fish in a boat with Dave during a casual outing, the first thing you've got to understand is he only quits when a multiple of 10 bass has been reached. We were stuck at 28 bass for over 40 minutes before getting two to make 30 - at which point we could stop and do photography. The next day I was talking with Tom Ference who has fished with Dave on numerous occasions, and we reflected on Lefebre's insistence to hit a certain number before stopping. "If the bite is very good and the boat catch hits 80 bass, then Dave won't quit until 100 bass are caught," note Tom. "And whatever you do, don't let that 101st bass be caught 'cause Dave will insist you fish until dark to hit 120!"