August is National Catfish Month and catfish is something almost all of us here in Texomaland have in common.
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When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Trends in Duck Breeding Populations 2015 report was released yesterday morning, I have to admit that my eye brows raised up just a little bit.
We won’t be applying for flood help from FEMA for damage at our boat ramp and to our courtesy dock. We will handle our own.
Most of the time, a conversation with Kalamazoo, Mich. angler Kevin VanDam is going to center around bass fishing.
Don’t forget that the time is quickly approaching for this month’s fundraising sporting clay shoot that benefits the 4-H Shooting Sports program here in Grayson County.
Like to shoot clay pigeons with your shotgun while helping to keep the flame burning bright for future generations of shooting enthusiasts?
Watch a big bass tournament unfold – like a Major League Fishing event – and it will quickly become apparent that the pros excel at finding those prime little spots that hold a concentration of fish.
For bass anglers to consistently be successful, whether they are on the water for some weekend enjoyment or are trying to win a world championship caliber tournament, fishing to an angler’s strengths is a must.