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Understanding Bass Fishing Facts

If you are into bass fishing,then you in a fishing adventure that has a long history that would interest you.If you don’t know may i tell you that bass fishing started in late 18th century and it has continues till date. It actually started as people search for food in the south of the United […]

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Choke Canyon In the heat

Choke Canyon Texas Bass fishing. Saturday Afternoon 14 August 2010 at 1315 while trying to find our way out of the sun,  i saw small tree limb hanging over the water and under it saw some bait fish jump.  I pitched a 6 inch white fluke with black flakes and a hammer tail,  up on the bank […]

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Lake Conroe Bass Fishing Report

Water temps have been running in main lake 58-62deg. Water is clear. On north end of lake water temp has been 62-63deg. Water is muddy here except in far back. Bass are moving up in shallows to spawn. Been catching black bass up to 8lbs Took some guided trips…one boated 21lbs stringer. On another day […]

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O.H. Ivie Back in Toyota ShareLunker Fold

ATHENS, Texas — O.H. Ivie Reservoir and other West Texas lakes suffered from drought from the late 1990s until 2004, when rains came again. The drought took two forms: low water and few big bass caught. The fish drought ended January 16, when Ben Blaine of Merkel landed a 14.02-pound largemouth bass from O.H. Ivie. […]

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Falcon Soars with Toyota ShareLunker 476

ATHENS, Texas — Another West Texas reservoir rebounding from the drought of the late 1990s is starting to pump out monster largemouth bass. On January 19 Falcon International Reservoir produced a 14.4-pound Toyota ShareLunker for Bryan Aubin of Zapata. Aubin was fishing in six feet of water with a watermelon red lizard. Water temperature was […]

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How long a worm a Bass would Bite???

Two (2) years of testing…Not in stock ponds..not in Mexico, but in local lakes where the average fishermen and women fish, and as the saying goes, “in our own back yard” the good ole USA.  Started with a 2 foot worm, results xxx.  21″worm, results xxx 19″ xxx …18″xxx. Finally  the ultimate length??? One of the […]

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