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While cold mornings and cold days, if the wind is blowing, are moderating, there is enough cold left to get your attention in the morning.
A black crappie caught March 13 from Lake Texoma could set two water-body and one state record.
While most of the world is focused on the 22nd Winter Olympic games taking place in Sochi, Russia, not everyone around the globe is thinking about snow and ice right now.
This is going to be an interesting read, I think. There are some cold facts, maybe some rumors, some questions about recently-passed laws that are sort of murky, and to the best of my knowledge some information about what ramps are open.
Some of our local tournament fishermen who fished the Bud Light Trail Sherman Division opener February 1 already have a tournament under their belt. For the much larger group of recreational and occasional tournament fishermen waiting for milder times, I’ve got a few suggestions to help you pass this cold time.
To effectively catch bass — especially those that weigh in at eight, nine, or 10-pounds and better — one must understand where the bass will be on a lake at any given point in time.
The e-mail Inbox recently contained an offering from Capt. Steve Hollensed, the Orvis endorsed fly fishing guide that specializes in Lake Texoma striped bass.
A look at the record books — and this year’s ShareLunker standings — might convince North Texas bass anglers to leave the comfort of the fireplace and den for a trip to a favorite big bass water.
“It struck me as I watched the stingy daylight grow that it is not all of duck hunting to hunt ducks.” – Gordon MacQuarrie