Archive | November, 2004

Largemouth Bass Seminar Set for Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center

ATHENS, Texas — If growing and catching bigger largemouth bass in your private pond or lake are your goals, mark your calendar for March 28 and 29. Texas AgriLife Extension, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, in cooperation with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Henderson County Wildlife Committee, will present a seminar at […]

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TPWD Proposed Regulation Changes

AUSTIN, Texas — Expanded hunting opportunities for mule deer and pheasant in the Panhandle are among the proposed changes to the state’s hunting and fishing regulations. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission’s Regulations Committee, at its Jan. 23 meeting, authorized agency staff to take these proposed regulation changes and others out for public comment and […]

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Youth Wildlife Leadership Camp Bass Brigade 7-11 July 2008

Since mid 1990s the Texas Brigades have conducted wildlife leadership development camps for young men and women between 13-17 years of age. Each camp is 4.5 days and uses the biology, habitat, food chain, quality of environment, conservation and social-economic issues of a wildlife species as the core curriculum. The mission is to develop Tomorrow’s […]

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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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The other side of sponsorship

The Other Side of SponsorshipBy: Steve Masters – Bringitbaits.com It seems that most tournament fishermen are willing to stop just short of selling their souls to be sponsored. I was recently on a website that had several tournament fishermen listed and their sponsors. Some of these guys had eight or ten sponsors and have never […]

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MINNESOTA FISHERMEN TAKE A CRITICAL LOOK AT PETA

(I-Newswire) – On a local Minnesota fishing website, many fishermen are expressing their outrage at PETA’s aggressive anti-fishing campaign. In response to recent posts on My Fishing Pals’ message forum ( www.myfishingpals.com ), anglers from across Minnesota are showing a united front against the efforts of PETA. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and […]

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$5 chance to win a 1/2 guide trip on Lake Ray Roberts or Lake Whitney

Tim Wike of www.reelinrayroberts.com Pat Wilshire of www.rayrobertsfishing.com Tom Mocny of www.texasbassguide.com Armando Villarreal III of www.mandosfishing.com Randy Routh of www.teamredneck.net Have all donated ½ day guided trips to help raise money in the fight against breast cancer. 7 – ½ day trips have been donated (hope to get more). 2 will be given away […]

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Check This Out!!!

I am a new member of Texbass.com and I am looking forward to using this site regularly. I do own a small fishing business. My company, Fishing Complete INC distributes soft plastic baits of all kinds and much more. If anyone is interested, please check out our website at www.o-wackytool.com. I look forward to making […]

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Avoid Getting Stuck in the Weeds: Lure Exposes Hooks Only When a Fish Strikes

(DALLAS, TEXAS—April 9, 2007)—Adventure Technology introduces the first and only lure with retractable hooks, which solves the problem of catching weeds and debris when casting in mossy, wooded, or heavily covered areas. The slickFISH lure–designed for serious fishermen and professional anglers–is a colorful plastic lure fitted with a trigger mechanism that pops the hooks out […]

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Slickfish Lure

Media Contact: Laurie Michelle Dent Adventure Technologies lauried@slickfishlure.com 972.489.8879 Avoid Getting Stuck in the Weeds: Lure Exposes Hooks Only When a Fish Strikes slickFISH™ Lures are the only lures with RETRACTABLE TWIN HOOK technology. (DALLAS, TEXAS-April 8, 2007)—Adventure Technology introduces the first and only lure with retractable hooks, which solves the problem of catching weeds […]

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FREE Sponsorship Seminar Sponsored by Kistler Rods

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Person Scott Rauber, PresidentCompany Name Biz Promo, LLCVoice Phone Number 727-733-8387FAX NumberEmail Address bizpromo@juno.comWebsite URL www.fishforfree.com www.fishforfree2.com # # # Free Fishing Sponsorship Seminar for Bassmaster Classic Attendees Dunedin, FL, Jan. 2, 2007 – Many anglers fish for fun, but a few have discovered how to get paid for it, too! […]

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Lake Fork Fishing Report 25OCT06

Lake Fork Day and Night Guide ServiceFISHING REPORT Licensed Guide Clint Wright Well, hello fellow fishermen and fisherwomen. This report is for Lake Fork, Texas 14OCT06 until today 25OCT06. REPORT: Last night I had the pleasure of doing a seminar at Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits store in Mineola, Texas. We all had a great time. […]

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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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Five Boat Ramp Projects Receive TPWD Grants

AUSTIN, Texas — Three coastal and two lake boating access projects will share more than $1.5 million in federal boating access grants. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved the five construction and renovation projects at its Thursday, Aug. 24 public meeting. While the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department administers the grants, funding for the […]

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Kite Tube Manufacturer Issues Recall

AUSTIN, Texas — In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Sportsstuff, Inc., of Omaha, Nebraska, voluntarily recalled about 19,000 Wego Kite Tubes July 13. more kite tube injury news More than three dozen injury accidents involving the use of kite tubes have been reported nationwide. Those injuries include a broken neck, punctured […]

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Lake Fork Trophy Bass

Lake Fork Fishing ReportSubmitted July 1, 2006Guide James Caldemeyer As June comes to a close and July begins,summertime fishing on Lake Fork is really heating up!The HOT action in deep water is here, and if you’relike me, there’s nothing more exciting than catching atrophy, from this lake’s numerous deep structure areas. Lake conditions are good, […]

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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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Need some input on a Bass Survey

Lately there has been some concern by the fishing community about the fish population over at Meadows Lake. We are conducting a survey that allows “YOU” to have some input on the issues of increased fishing pressure to the 59 acre “Super Pond”. Please take some time and give us your input. http://texasfishingmaps.net/survey/ There is […]

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Fish and Commercial Netters Ignore U.S.-Mexico Border

AUSTIN, Texas — Managing a fishery and enforcing game laws along an international border are both complicated tasks. Combine the two and you have a nightmare for fisheries biologists and game wardens alike. That’s exactly the situation Texas Parks and Wildlife Department deals with every day on Falcon International Reservoir, an 83,000-acre impoundment on the […]

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Fisherman Tic Tac Toe Set

The timeless battle between fish and fisherman plays out on this imaginative and whimsical tic-tac-toe board. Polystone. Includes 5 fish and 4 fishermen, all 1 1/4″ tall. Board 6 1/2″ square. Only $19.95 plus s/h. For more information, call PWM Enterprises, Inc. toll-free at (800) 826-8810.

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Operation Pescador

ZAPATA, Texas – Game wardens from across the state are converging on Falcon Lake along the Texas-Mexico border in a concerted effort to clean up illegal commercial fishing activities and prevent water safety violations, as well as to enforce other state laws. “Operation Pescador” will involve game wardens stopping vessels on Falcon Lake to ensure […]

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