Archive | Texas Bass Fishing

Lake Conroe Aquatic Habitat Restoration Project

For several years now, Lake Conroe’s supply of largemouth bass and crappie and its comeback as a major Texas fishery have been discussed by scientists of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and other biologists across the state. The Lake Conroe Restocking Association was implemented as a way to guarantee an abundant supply of game […]

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Texas Water Pollution

Our supply of drinking water in Texas is under a serious threat of contamination by pollution from our cities and rural areas. Farmers use chemicals on their farmland that run off into nearby rivers and lakes and eventually contaminate drinking water. Environmentalist Dr. Richard Walker elucidates the problem: “Toxic waste from industry, sewage from human […]

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Bass Fishing Opportunities Missed

A few months ago we lost my 33 year old cousin. Wayne and I spent many days and nights wandering my grandparents farm together. It started with BB guns and cane poles and blossomed to rod and reel and shotguns. My earliest memories of fishing are with Wayne and my grandmother. She would sit between […]

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Mike Cortelloni – Toledo Bend Guide

This fun loving Toledo Bend Guide has earned a well deserved reputation as one of Toledo Bend’s best guides and a first rate tournament fisherman. Mike lives on the shores of Toledo Bend with his wife Janice and daughter Amanda in a beautifully rustic Cypress home that he built with his own hands. Behind their […]

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Fishing Big Sam Rayburn

Most of our East Texas lakes have undergone massive changes in the last year, and none have been so severely affected as Sam Rayburn. The temperature is hot, the fishing is not; and, grass was hardly anywhere to be seen! With only one day to prefish before our last Anglers Choice Couples tournament before the […]

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Berkley Jay Yelas Power Spinnerbait

The hot summer months are upon us again, setting up yet another hot water scenario for catching bass. When water temperatures get hot (75 and up), the metabolism of the bass increases, resulting in more drastic mood swings than the fish experience at other times of year, The personality of the bass is therefore much […]

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