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Foundation Recommends Jasper County for New Hatchery

Foundation Recommends Jasper County for New Hatchery AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation board has voted to recommend acceptance of the Jasper County bid to host a new East Texas freshwater fish hatchery for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The TPWD Commission must still approve the foundation recommendation at the commission’s […]

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SKATEBORDING IN ARIZONA

SKATEBORDING IN ARIZONA The skateboarding scene in Arizona is amazing. It offers boundless street spot’s and has a wide variety of free parks for everyone to enjoy. Summers are really hot but if you can’t take the heat get out of the kitchen. The winters offer an excellent twenty four hour a day session. Beutiful […]

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Catch Bass on Carilina Rig

Catch Bass on Carilina Rig The Carolina Rig is a method of plastic worm fishing that is very effective for structure fishing for black bass. There is a wide variety of structures in the lakes of East Texas. On Lake Conroe there are pond dams, old road beds, old railroad trestles, creek channels, ridges, and […]

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Bass Fishing Top 100

Bass Fishing Top 100 After fishing seven tournaments last Fall from here to the Canadian border in New York I feel confident in saying that a bass is a bass no matter where you are. I fished tournaments in New York, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Missouri, and Texas. Once I was near the bass the […]

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Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report December 1996

Lake Livingston Bass Fishing Report December 1996 Black Bass: This month bass will be shallow as usual on Lake Livingston. This report probably seems a little redundant at times but the patterns are usually about the same only the fish locations change. Fish will move towards the bigger portions of creeks towards main lake. Main […]

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Transition Bass Fishing

Transition Bass Fishing Recently, I was speaking with two of my fellow Skeeter Pro Staff buddies, Andrew Faterkowski and Mark Wheeler. We were going over our tournament plans and started discussing the transition stage from the late-spring post-spawn stage. That conversation inspired me to write about several of the most-asked questions we feel you should […]

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Family Boating Center Makes Waves

Family Boating Center Makes Waves Family Boating Center has been doing business in the Houston area for about eight months. They opened their doors at the Humble location on January 2nd of this year and they’ve already captured a large share of the Houston boating market. The boat dealer is the exclusive dealer of Tracker […]

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Find Great Things at Stow-A-Way in 1994

Find Great Things at Stow-A-Way in 1994 Stow-A-Way Marina is ready to provide another year of marina services for the fisherman, boater and other lake lover. Nancy Richardson, President and co-owner of Stow-A-Way, and her husband, Jerry, are eagerly awaiting the summer crowds with a season full of lake-related activities. Jerry owned and operated Richardson […]

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Public Opinion of Aquatic Vegetation

Public Opinion of Aquatic Vegetation Aquatic vegetation affects every fisherman in every body of water. It attracts fish seeking shelter and harbors food for fish. It generally serves to clear the water and improve the quality of the water. I spoke to several fishermen, both professional and weekender fishermen, about aquatic vegetation, and got a […]

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Sam Rayburn Record

Sam Rayburn Record This is truly a fish tale. After catching this massive fish and wanting to see just how big her trophy was the couple went to Piney Point Plaza on March 12, to weigh it in. The scales at Piney Point were Postal scales and they are certified but…. they were missed read […]

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