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April 24, 2019

A review of wind’s impact on catch rates was completed by comparing catch percentages during particular wind conditions with the overall frequency of that condition during the time period of the study.  As an example, if wind did not impact catch rates, we would expect that catch percentages for a particular wind condition would match the percentage of time that condition existed. This would be our base case.  If the percentag...

In this series we'll be hearing from anglers who've landed trophy class bass and try to unearth a few nuggets of wisdom from their encounter with the fish of a lifetime!

Below is Cole Turner's story of one such bass caught in March of 2019:

We got on the water a little after 3pm on that Saturday afternoon. The weather was perfect and it was starting to warm up after a cold front earlier that week. As we headed north, w...

January 30, 2019

In this series we'll be hearing from anglers who've landed trophy class bass and try to unearth a few nuggets of wisdom from their encounter with the fish of a lifetime!

Below is Zach Sypert's story of one such bass caught in January of 2019:

It started when my friend Levi texted telling me he was coming in from Arizona for

work. We always fish together when he comes back in town. We usually go to lake Grapevine but he...

January 30, 2019

The pre-spawn period typically occurs in water temperatures between 48-60 degrees Fahrenheit. Warming springtime waters begin to drive physiological changes in big bass that force the fish toward shallow water. This time period which can last anywhere from a few weeks to a couple of months often produces some of the biggest fish caught annually.

Pre-spawn fishing for giant bass, particularly early in the year, often requires fi...

January 22, 2019

If you are like me you love hearing fish stories, and there's not much better than fish tales that include giant bass!  In this series we'll be hearing from anglers who've landed trophy class bass and try unearth a few nuggets of wisdom from their encounter with the fish of a lifetime!

Below is Jean Wilson's story of one such bass caught in Mach of 2017:

It was a balmy afternoon in north Florida spent in my k...

October 3, 2018

Fall

The fall provides anglers with some of the most predictable fishing of the year.  Throughout most of the summer, forage fish such as threadfin shad have spent much of their time roaming offshore portions of lakes freely feeding on an abundance of algae.  Much of the freshwater algae common in the US blooms most prolifically in water between 77 and 90 degrees.  Warm water and an abundance of nutrients brought to the lake fr...

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