Fishing Reports

AUSTIN – For more than 30 years, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s (TPWD) Toyota ShareLunker Program has partnered with anglers to enhance bass fishing in Texas. This year, the program is launching Jan. 1, 2018, with a new year-round participation season and more opportunities for anglers to participate and be recognized for contributions. “Angler […]

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AUSTIN – After nearly a year of reviewing special largemouth bass regulations in place across the state, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department inland fisheries management staff are considering changes to simplify regulations at 18 public lakes. Inland Fisheries staff previewed the potential changes to bass regulations to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission at their […]

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  This article was originally posted at possumkingdomtexas.com by Tom Behrens, Freelance Writer & Photographer  Tom Behrens has over 50 years experience in fishing and hunting across the United States. Much of this time was spent in Oklahoma and Texas where he became very familiar with the outdoor opportunities in these states.

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Anglers know that the most productive times to fish for bass are the morning at daybreak and in the evening hours toward sunset. Time of the year and the temperature of the water is a major factor, but most agree that sunrise is the most productive time to fish. Being on a lake and observing […]

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It’s hard to find a lake in Texas that is not muddy or mostly stained. We found one and found the fish. Squaw Creek, the power plant lake near Glen Rose, Texas is a tremendous fishery. This trip was in late January with the fish in post-spawn pattern. Fishing was a little off because of […]

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We struck “Bass Gold” on Monticello with several largemouth bass up to 8 pounds. This monster was lured in with a 10-inch Berkley Power Worm as were several others. It’s hard to beat the Black/Blue color and apparently this big mama liked it! The pattern was to slowly work the bait on the bottom from […]

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