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Keeping Texas Bass Alive in Hot Weather

Tournament anglers encouraged to consider oxygen injection in livewells ATHENS—The hotter the weather, the more difficult it is to keep bass in livewells healthy, especially during tournaments, when heavy limits of fish may be held for several hours until weigh-in. “Dissolved oxygen is the single most important factor for keeping bass alive,” said Randy Myers, […]

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Crazy Bear Lodge is Back

As the new owners and operators of Crazy Bear Lodge we would like to offer you our warmest greetings.  After enduring a devastating fire that nearly swallowed the lodge whole, Crazy Bear is stronger than ever.  We were very fortunate to escape without any damage, mostly in part to the fact the fire fighters were […]

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Toledo Bend Texas Bass Fishing Report July 2010

July 2010 Toledo Bend Fishing Report North End Toledo Bend Guide Service & Lake Cottages 936.368.7151 www.toledobendguide.com Most fish caught this time of year will be caught in deep water other than early morning, late evening or at night.  To be successful in catching these deep- water fish a good understanding of the “Thermocline” is […]

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Toledo Bend Low Water

Toledo Bend Low Water The following article is not meant to be a “witch hunt”, but rather an accumulation of information that can hopefully put an end to some of the rumors that seem to be coming at us from every direction. My interviews have included many people, including high ranking personnel within the SRA/TX […]

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“Bass Fishing at Canyon Lake – It’s not really that tough!”

“Bass Fishing at Canyon Lake – It’s not really that tough!” Throughout the country, most of our lakes offer lots of shallow, murky water that is loaded with trees, docks, and grass. Article after article is written on how to fish these shallow, fishy looking structures and cover. For the fisherman, they are more comfortable […]

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Bass Fishing Fever

Bass Fishing Fever I am writing this article more towards the Jr. Bass Anglers as well as the young adults that have been bitten by the bug. You must know the one I’m talking about, right? It’s the one that gives a person what they call “Bass Fever”, (don’t worry, it’s nothing like the Beaver […]

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Strike King Lures

Strike King Lures The recent ICAST show in Las Vegas offered a showcase of new products that will hit the shelves during the upcoming year. And it should come as no surprise to any angler that one of the most innovative products at this years show came from Bill Lewis Lures, makers of the world […]

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Night Bass Fishing

Night Bass Fishing Being a very popular lake for fishing and water skiing, Lake Conroe receives quite a bit of pressure throughout the summer. As fishermen, we know that fishing is usually better during the week when there less boat traffic on the lake. The fish are not spooky and nervous like they get when […]

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Little Things

Little Things So many of the “little things” in bass fishing are overlooked by anglers. They still catch bass because they do enough things right to overcome the things they may not do completely right. Over time a bass fisherman develops a confidence in his productive methods and fishes himself into a rut. Gaining a […]

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Canyon Lake Bass Fishing Report January 27, 2002

LARGEMOUTH are fair over rock piles and along chunk rock or bluff ledges on a light bite using a gray/blue flake 4″ SlidingWeight Craw Fish, pumpkin/brown 3/16 oz. Terminator Finesse Jigs and 4″ Disc Worms (www.bigbitebaits.com) SMALLMOUTH are good in 6′-15′ on Devil’s Tongues, brown Curb’s hair jigs, chartreuse 3″ Super Tubes (www.cremelure.com). Striper and […]

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