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Toledo Bend Bass Fishing Weather

Foggy Days

Foggy Days As we idled away from the boat dock, the lake was an eerie and fascinating sight. Mother Nature had painted a fog so thick that it was hard to distinguish between water, land and the sky. Your imagination can run rampant in situations like this. The half-fallen and broken tree took on the […]

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The Silent Killer

The Silent Killer Be Careful – There is a silent killer stalking the state each year. Victims number into the thousands, yet most were unaware of its presenceā€¦. until it was too late. The killers name is Hypothermia. Every year a large numbers of deaths occur, especially in boating accidents, with the cause listed most […]

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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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Bass Fishing Weather and Safety

Recently I was on the water guiding a father and son party on a fishing trip. We were fishing a couple of main-lake humps down on the south end of the lake and spooning up crappie, white bass, black bass, and yellow bass. The bite was good and even I sort of got caught up […]

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Rough Water Bass Fishing

Last month on the first competition day of the Texas Invitational I encountered some rough water that I believed only existed in the Gulf of Mexico. Sure I have been on Toledo, Livingston, Conroe, Rayburn, and Richland Chambers when they have gotten profoundly rough due to high winds. But this first day of the tournament […]

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