Plastic Worms May Be Your Answer To Bigger Bass!

April 12th, 2014

Do you know a plastic worm has won more tournaments than all the other lures combined?

Fish it slow and then slower than that!

In murky or stained water, try purple or black. In clear water try a more natural color.

Anglers think a 10 or 12 inch worm is too long, but it is easy for most bass to inhale.  It also gives the bass a bigger meal which is what they want without having to exert more energy than necessary.    I really like to fish large worms.

On the other hand, if you’re fishing a high pressure lake or one with many boats, try a finesse worm.  The bass will be finicky and want something more subtle.

Regardless, of where you fish a plastic worm may be the answer to finding the bass you desire.

 

 

 

Lake Logan Tournament

April 6th, 2014

Congratulations to Geno and Katrina who won the first Lake Logan tournament of the year.  They had 4 bass with a total weight of 6 pounds 4 ounces.  Geno also had big bass, over 5 pounds.

It was very cold but warmed up a little later.

 

 

Fishing Topwater- The Lure

February 4th, 2014

Just a reminder…….when fishing a topwater frog make sure it has a white belly.  The bass will look up and see it and think it is a shad.  KVD

I imagine that will work for about any kind of topwater bait…white belly is in!

CAMO HATS-WHOLESALE

January 25th, 2014

I BUY EXCESS INVENTORY SELLS WHOLESALE TO BUSINESSES-LOOK AT THE PRICE OF THESE HATS-GOOD DEAL AND LOW PRICES.
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Camo Hunting and Fishing Hats

Market Price $9.95 each  Our Price  2.50 each  You Save $7.45 12 minimum order

 

These are quality hats!  The hats we have are better quality than the picture above.




Special Deal on Fly fishing in Texas! Limited time!

December 29th, 2013

The Guadalupe River is the southernmost trout fishery in the US and has been ranked as #63 out of 100 best trout streams in the US. Our season is opposite of the rest of the US. Our trout season is November to April. The size of the trout in this river range from 8 inches to 30 inches, with the average trout being about 17 inches.

1/2 day (4 hrs) fishing trip $200 for our readers only at this price.

Logan and His Nice Crappie that he caught!

July 31st, 2013

This is Logan and he caught this nice crappie!
He can be a proud fisherman for catching such a nice fish!

Logan and his crappie

Here are some great buys on Falcon rods!

July 23rd, 2013

A friend of mine is selling his Falcon Rod for as low as $40.00 each. That is one heck of a buy for anyone who knows about Falcon Rods! Check em out!

http://fishtalkfishingreports.yuku.com/topic/11074/Falcon-rods#.Ue54NtKsg6Y

One person bought all these rods……….SOLD!!!!

Shimano Spinning Reel on Sale-Great Buy!

June 11th, 2013

http://www.americanlegacyfishing.com/mfg/shimano/symetre-fj.html
As most of my readers know, I have owned two tackle stores in my life, this is a good buy on this reel and I thought you might like to know about it.
Here is a great buy on this reel. Just though my readers would want to know about this.

Are You Using The Right Line When Fishing A Frog?

June 2nd, 2013

All my friends know that I like to fish topwater frogs. I also like to fish lily pads with them so when you do both then you have to ask yourself, “Am I fishing the right line”?

If you fish in the pads or around cover of any kind then you want your line to be strong enough for you to drag that hawg out of the cover. I can’t tell you how many fish I lost when I first started because I was using the wrong type line.

Then you want your line to aid your frog movement…..in other words you want the line not to hinder the action of your frog. Even more so, you want your line to float so the frog will stay on top the best it can.

So, what kind of line do you want to use? Braid! It is strong enough to putt the big bass out of heavy cover and it floats and keeps the frog where you want it. MY personal favorite braid line is Fireline! Do think you want to use braid? Don’t believe me? Then ask Kevin Van Dam!

The easy way to catch a fish!

May 29th, 2013

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The easy way to catch a fish!