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Toledo Bend Bass Fishing Report August 1, 2000

August 1, 2000 Toledo Bend Fishing Report Greg Crafts-Guide, Huxley Bay Marina & Lake Cottage (936) 368 7151 Lake Level: 170.8 ft and falling Water Temp: upper 80s, low 90s Clarity: stained to clear Black Bass: The Bass bite is extremely slow during the day, better activity at night. Main lake ridge ledges […]

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Dynamic Shallow Water Fishing

Dynamic Shallow Water Fishing This is a bass fishing techniques video that is instructional for beginner to expert bass fishermen. Four of the top fundamental bass baits are introduced on this “how to” video. Bill shows and explains secret tricks to rigging the jig, spinnerbait, crankbait, and wacky worm. He also demonstrates techniques on fishing […]

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Where to Start

Where to Start I recently was talking to Pat McCarty (the editor of this magazine) about some of the emails we receive concerning fishing. We both get a good bit of email from people who are beginners or have never fished and they want to know where to fish, how to fish, and so on. […]

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Little Things II

Little Things II My January column titled “Little Things” was about all the little steps you take as a fisherperson and how they all work together to make you a better angler. I am going to be writing about some of the little things that you can do that will make you a better angler, […]

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Texas Rig Worm Fishing Basics

Texas Rig Worm Fishing Basics One of most effective ways of fishing shallow shoreline structures for largemouth black bass is using a Texas Rigged worm. The rig is designed for fishing shallow water with precision and thoroughness. Shallow water structures are any object in the shallow water that will hold bass. Some of these structures […]

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