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Penn 175 Baitcasting Reel

Truly our best selling reel ever. Made by Master this roddy 175 to compete with every baitcasting reel on the market. True one piece aluminum frame. Reel was made to the highest precision using CNC machinery. Great for heavy freshwater and light to medium saltwater baitcasting applications. Fluke, flounder, sea trout, schoolie stripers, bluefish and […]

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Biologists Assess Resource Damage From Hurricane Rita

AUSTIN, Texas — Wildlife and fisheries biologists with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department say the full impacts on natural resources from Hurricane Rita may not be realized for some time, but assessments in East Texas and along the upper coast in recent weeks indicate substantial damage to some ecosystems. “The implication of that extensive […]

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Master 151 By Penn Baitcasting Reel

How can you go wrong with the Master by Penn 151 Baitcasting Reel? Only 4 oz. The reel is light, but powerful enough to handle your most demanding freshwater fishing action. Compare this with other low profile baitcasting reels in the $100-$150 range. You can be sure the price will make you happy. You’ll be […]

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Lake Palestine, Texas

Fishing Report Email This Report to a Fishing Buddy Date of Report: 2006/05/24 Texas Fishing Report Fishing Area: Lake Palestine Mattern Guide Service Hello Everybody, God is our refuge and strength an ever present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the Earth give way and the Mountains fall into the heart of […]

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Toledo Bend Critically Low

These are difficult times, especially if you live in East Texas. It’s hard to imagine that many of our neighbors are still trying to recover from the effects of Hurricane Rita, or that local politics has become a circus, and that Toledo Bend Lake, the jewel of East Texas, is more than 10-feet low – […]

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Building A Better Brush Pile

Building a Better Brush Pile by Steve Masters, Bringitbaits.com ProStaff If you really want to get serious about setting out brush piles prepare yourself for some hard work, but it can pay off big later. Bass will use brush piles throughout the year but the heat of summer and winter are the prime times to […]

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