Archive | January, 2005

Company Profile – Lee Sisson Lures

Takahiro Omori, winner of the BASSMASTER CLASSIC used an old BB2 to win what many feel is the most prestigious bass tournament held. This very effective lure, along with other old Bagley lures built in the early days, have been highly sought by today’s tournament pros. Many lure makers have tried to duplicate the action […]

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Hustle Up Some Texas Bass Action With Lil’ Hustler!!

If you are looking for a great line of fishing baits then check out the Lil’ Hustler Tackle Company product line. Few companies have an extensive assortment of quality lures as Lil’ Hustler. Whether your interest lies in tossing a spinnerbait, flippin’ a jig, buzzin’ some of those semi-submerged brush piles, or bouncing a tube […]

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Cronkite Narrates Texas Water Progra

AUSTIN, Texas – Walter Cronkite has narrated a one-hour video program about Texas water resources, which will air Feb. 3 on all Texas public television stations. “Texas: the State of Water—Finding a Balance” explores what’s at stake in the struggle to provide enough clean water for wildlife and the environment, cities, industry and agriculture. “I’m […]

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Nominations Sought For Texas Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame

ATHENS, Texas – Each year the public has a chance to nominate a favorite fishing icon for consideration as an inductee to the Texas Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. Nominations will be accepted until Feb. 28. The Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame, which is housed at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center here, honors legendary anglers, […]

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What To Do When A Cold Front Roars In

Most of us don’t have the luxury of perfect weather for those days we wet a hook. If the day turns out to be beautiful that’s great, but more often than not a fisherman will have to put up with a certain amount of wind, rain, and even sleet, especially during the next few months. […]

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The Toledo Bend Winter Bass-O-Holic

The American Heritage Dictionary defines an idiot as, “a mentally deficient person; having the intelligence in the lowest measurable range; an imbecile; a blockhead.” My wife’s definition is slightly different. She says an idiot is (1) a person who will actually go fishing when the cold frigid Arctic air is cutting across the water, (2) […]

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Toledo Bend Fishing Report January 5, 2005

January 4, 2005 Toledo Bend Fishing Report Greg Crafts-Guide, Toledo Bend Guide Service And Lake Cottage 936.368.7151 GCrafts@bigfoot.com www.toledo-bend.net/toledobend The lake is 168.57 ft msl almost two foot lower than two weeks ago. High pool is 170msl. Both generators are closed. Water clarity on the north end of the lake is stained and clearing as […]

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