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Orvis Preserving the Quality of Fishing for Present and Future Anglers

DENVER, Colorado – Orvis Park Meadow and Orvis Cherry Creek are pleased to announce their “Giveback Days” events taking place throughout the month of September. The outdoor retailer is partnering with the Cutthroat Chapter of the Colorado Trout Unlimited organization, a nonprofit dedicated to education, as well as protecting and restoring the robust populations of […]

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Brian Silvey Joins Scientific Anglers Pro Team

Midland, MI (January 23, 2019) – Scientific Anglers, the market leader in fly lines and leader and tippet, is proud to announce Brian Silvey has joined the Scientific Anglers Pro Ambassador team. Brian is a tremendous angler with over three decades of fishing experience. In his role, Brian will be a valued angler as well […]

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Lake LBJ Guide Report

Lake LBJ Guide Report Water stained; 62 degrees; 824.80′: Largemouth are very good on creek points and rip rap along seawalls of bays and pockets using white/chartreuse 7/16 oz. Terminator tungsten spinnerbaits (www.terminatorlures.com), greenbug Photon crankbaits (www.photonlures.com) and Texas rigged black-blue flake Whacky Sticks (www.cremelure.com). Stripers are fair at first light under birds around Lighthouse […]

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Spinnerbait Fever

Spinnerbait Fever It is approaching that time of the year that I absolutely love. Early springtime is when BIG ol’ hog bass in the 10-pound range will be prowling the shallows going through their annual spawning ritual. Many different lures will be chunked at these big bass during the upcoming months, but I assure you […]

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Take a Kid Bass Fishing

Take a Kid Bass Fishing This time every year people everywhere are making resolutions for the new year. We say that we are going to cut back on our spending, spend more time with family, slow down and enjoy life more, and the list goes on and on. I have been guilty of making resolutions […]

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Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report October 1996

Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report October 1996 Black Bass: The cool front we had that last weekend of September gave a jump start on the Fall bass fishing. Bass have been very aggressive and this will continue through the Fall. Spinnerbaits fished around laydowns and standing timber has been a hot ticket. Also firetiger crankbaits […]

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Manatee Sighted, Captured on Film in Cove Harbor

Manatee Sighted, Captured on Film in Cove Harbor ROCKPORT, Texas — On Nov. 9, a manatee was spotted just outside of Rockport at an area known as Cove Harbor North, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department experts. The manatee was caught on video by some local residents and T.P.W.D. personnel were also on hand […]

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Classic Mexican Hunting Experience

Classic Mexican Hunting Experience Club Exclusive offers the serious outdoorsman the hunting adventure of a lifetime. Located on Lake Guerrero just 165 miles south of the Texas border, this hunting lodge set in the unspoiled Mexican countryside offers terrific opportunities to catch trophy size bass and hunt plentiful whitewing dove, duck, geese, and quail. Thanks […]

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The TBBU / TABC Merge Publications

The TBBU / TABC Merge Publications You may have heard rumors about the merger between the Texas Association of Bass Clubs (TABC) and Texas Black Bass Unlimited (TBBU) recently. The truth of the matter is that the two organizations have combined interests in producing one bimonthly publication, to be called “Texas Bass Magazine.” Back in […]

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Chemical Control of Aquatic Vegetation

Chemical Control of Aquatic Vegetation Aquatic vegetation affects everyone who uses the lake. Anglers adore it for its use in providing refuge and food for sportfish. Recreational boaters abhor it because it gets tangled in their boat propellers and water skis. However you feel about it, one thing is clear: aquatic vegetation must be controlled. […]

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