Archive | May, 2005

Uncle Josh – A Fisherman’s Friend Since 1922

When Uncle Josh Bait Company founder Alan P. Jones got out of the Navy in World War I, he used to do a lot of fishing, frequently with his good friend, Urban Schreiner. Although they fished a number of lakes, their most popular spot for bass fishing was a remote little lake in central Wisconsin […]

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Sporting News

TPWD Passes Changes To Hunting, Fishing Regulations – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has adopted a series of changes to state hunting and fishing regulations that offer greater harvest flexibility on lands managed for mule deer and prairie chickens, while simplifying and expanding hunting opportunity in other areas. Based on the department’s popular Managed […]

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Bass Pro Shops

ATHENS, Texas–Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris presented a check for $650,000 to the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center at a banquet in Grapevine April 16. The gift was Morris’ way of expediting the construction of a new education building at TFFC. He pledged at an April 3, 2004, banquet to match dollar-for-dollar, up to $650,000, […]

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Fishing Report – May 2005

If you’ve been on the lake in the past week or so there is one thing that I am certain of — you wore a heavy coat. The brisk and cold winds reminded me more of February or March weather rather than May. The lake water temperature dropped back down to 66-degrees and raingear was […]

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