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Authentic Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo Rugs Give your home that feeling of the great southwest with authentic Navajo rugs. Browse our selection of Authentic Navajo Rugs and Zapatec Rugs from Mexico online at Taos Trading Post.

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Little Things in Bass Fishing

Little Things in Bass Fishing So many of the “little things” in bass fishing are overlooked by anglers. They still catch bass because they do enough things right to overcome the things they may not do completely right. Over time a bass fisherman develops a confidence in his productive methods and fishes himself into a […]

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Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report February 1996

Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report February 1996 Current Water Conditions: Overall the lake is in good shape with the majority of the north end being very fishable right now. White Rock and Caney have some fishable water as well as parts of Carolina and Harmon. Running the creeks and looking for clear water is the […]

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Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report June 1997

Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report June 1997 Black bass: The summer heat has arrived and the summer bite is kicking in. Quick bites early in the morning on buzzbaits will be a prominent bite all summer. Once the topwater action slows a firetiger crankbait, chartreuse/ white spinnerbait, and a Texas rigged Power Worm make the […]

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Bass Fishing Line Size

Bass Fishing Line Size How often are you fishing a lure and know that you are not throwing it on the right pound test? Too often probably if you are like me, and simply don’t want to strip all of that line off to replace it with smaller or larger line. If you know the […]

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Bass on Flies

Bass on Flies Asking ten anglers to define finesse fishing would likely result in ten different perspectives. To many, finesse fishing is equated with light, ultralight, or microlight tackle and vague concepts such as splitshotting, slipshotting, doodling, shaking, stiching, and other mysterious techniques. Consequently, finesse fishing is frequently dismissed as too slow, too complicated, or […]

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Hydrilla Harvesters Manage Bass Fishing Habitat

Hydrilla Harvesters Manage Bass Fishing Habitat Hydrilla is an exotic plant that multiplies to a point where it can choke a lake, killing other native plants and whole fish populations. It also becomes a nuisance to boaters, water-skiers and swimmers. Developers despise it because it can make otherwise ideal lakefront property unappealing to potential buyers. […]

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Texas to Get New Harvester

Texas to Get New Harvester Ed Parten, Randy Kindler, Ray Scott and several other local fishermen recently held a telephone fundraising campaign to raise money for the Tennessee Valley Authority for the rent of their Mechanical Harvester used on Lake Bastrop to demonstrate the need in Texas for this machine. The harvester was just the […]

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The Texas SportsGuide on the World Wide Web

The Texas SportsGuide on the World Wide Web The Texas Sportsguide has seen many a fishin’ season come and go and has remained the premiere fishing magazine in the state. Well, you don’t stay #1 for so long without making some changes. The Texas Sportsguide On-line Edition made its debut in 1995 as the first […]

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Treble Trouble

Treble Trouble In 1989 I was fishing in a Dallas bass club and we were prefishing Possum Kingdom for the state top 6 tournament. One of my teammates patterned the fish in the old shoreline of the lake in ~8 feet of water, great. Problem was he had was catching said fish on a rattle […]

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