Josh Burley has some advice, if you're thinking of doing some pre-fishing for KBI.

"The hot lure right now is the ned rig. One-tenth's ounce jig and a 2 3/4 inch little worm and you're good to go," he said.

He adds structure helps, when choosing a location.

"Lots of rock, deep points, anywhere from eight to 15 ft deep," he said, noting the bigger fish run deeper.

Windy points have been working well, he added, with his biggest catch this seaon a 4.16 lb bass.

Kenora Bass International starts a week tomorrow.