Archive | February, 2004

Bass Fishing Fever

Bass Fishing Fever I am writing this article more towards the Jr. Bass Anglers as well as the young adults that have been bitten by the bug. You must know the one I’m talking about, right? It’s the one that gives a person what they call “Bass Fever”, (don’t worry, it’s nothing like the Beaver […]

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Canyon Lake Bass Fishing Report February 26, 2004

CANYON LAKE: Water clear; 55 degrees; 909′ Largemouth are good in 5′-14′ along transitional banklines using a watermelon/red Snap Back lizards (www.canyonlakefishing.com); crawfish Whacky Sticks (www.cremelure.com) and Rat-L-Traps (www.rat-l-trap.com). Upriver, bass are moving out of deeper holes along bluffs and toward flats along channel turns where white/char. 7/16 oz. Terminator tungsten spinnerbaits (www.canyonlakefishing.com)and crawfish colored […]

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Lake LBJ Bass Fishing Report February 26, 2004

LAKE LBJ: Water stained; 53 degrees; 824.73′: Black Bass are fair to good in 3′-8′ of water pitching a blk/blue 1/4 oz. Terminator jig (www.terminatorlures.com) w/Uncle Josh pork trailers (www.unclejosh.com), Sour Grape Whacky Sticks (www.cremelure.com) and 7″ blue fleck Power Worms. Fish are moving into a pre-spawn staging mode and should be more aggressive as […]

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Lake Buchanan Bass Fishing Report February 26, 2004

LAKE BUCHANAN: Water clear; 52 degrees; 1015.51′: Largemouth are fair to good along creek ledges in 8′-15′ w/stumps and downed timber crawfish Craw Tubes (www.cremelure.com), Carolina rigged watermelon/red Snap Back (www.terminatorlures.com) lizards pumpkin Scoundrel worms rigged wacky style on a weedless “K” Wacky Hook (www.falconlures.com). Bluffs are still producing using suspending jerkbaits along transitional rock […]

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Choke Canyon Bass Fishing Report February 23, 2004

CHOKE CANYON Fishing Report Monday, February 23, 2004 Water Clarity: Clear: Water Temp: 57.9; Pool Level: 220.05 Black Bass: Excellent, up to 9 pounds on YUM watermelon/red flake or watermelon/chartreuse lizards in 3’-15’ in areas of with lots of submerged buck brush and bushes. Also, up to 6 pound bass caught on chartreuse/blue/white skirted spinnerbaits […]

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Serving Our Country

Serving Our Country Greetings, I was compelled to write this since I have been somewhat mellow dramatic these days. Guess it is my mid-life crisis. My circle of friends here currently look at their future somewhat gloomy and bleak. Most don’t really want to be here. Going back state side only buys some time before […]

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Invasive Carp Poses Threat to Game Fish, Wildlife

Invasive Carp Poses Threat to Game Fish, Wildlife FRANKFORT, Ky. — The meandering lower Ohio River for centuries has carved sloughs and oxbows all over far western Ballard County in what is now the Boatwright and Ballard Wildlife Management Areas. These lakes also held sport fish until a weaponless conqueror from Asia showed up. “Ten […]

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