Archive | Texas Bass Fishing

Falcon Lake Fishing Report June 1995

We continue to suffer from low water conditions caused by lack of rain and irrigation in the valley. At the bme of this article, Falcon is down about 38′. There is good news though, First of all we have finally gotten some rain, so the lake is rising a little. The best news though is […]

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Mexico Bass Fishing at Lake Baccarac

Lake Baccarac, the best big bass lake in the entire world, was stocked in 1978 with a strain of Florida largemouth bass. The first fishing season was beyond most angler’s dreams and the lake has been improving every year. The lake is approximately 25 miles long and 5 miles wide. It is nestled among green […]

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Black Bass Magazine

As we reach the end of another year it’s time to reflect on our accomplishments and take a look at our goals for 1999. Most of our members and sponsors are probably unaware of what a critical year 1998 was for Texas Black Bass Unlimited and our Black Bass magazine. One year ago this organization […]

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Fishing Links A Tribute to Dad

Childhood memories are very special and none are as emotionally stirring as those first memories of fishing with dad. There is something very magical about those innocent times. In a little person’s world dad knew everything and there was so much to learn about life that one could barely sit still long enough to take […]

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Confidence = Success for Bass Fishing!

Successful anglers most often possess a quality of self confidence in their abilities to locate, tempt, and catch bass. As with all things in life, the more one knows about what they are doing, the more adept they become at that situation. The old saying “Practice makes perfect” certainly holds credence, in that one either […]

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Webcast to Follow School Wagon Train History Project

AUSTIN, Texas – Students and history buffs of all ages can follow along Jan. 4-27 via the Internet as dozens of school students from California and Texas board horse-drawn wagons to retrace the route of gold rush adventurer William P. Huff. Huff’s 300,000-word diary shares a detailed account of his mid-1800s trip from near Houston […]

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Shakespeare® Catera® Spinning Reels

Shakespeare’s top of the line Shakespeare’s new Catera® Front and Rear Drag Spinning Reels are sure to be a hit for 2004. Sleek new styling and design make this reel not only functional but attractive as well. Available in four models rated for applications from ultralight to medium freshwater in the front drag, and three […]

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New Hunting, Fishing Licenses On Sale Aug. 15

AUSTIN, Texas — New hunting and fishing licenses for 2005-06 will be available beginning Monday, Aug. 15, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding customers to be aware of some significant changes. All current annual hunting and fishing licenses expire on Aug. 31. Two significant changes in special stamp endorsements passed during the […]

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