LAKE TAWAKONI — It was one of those mornings where it was impossible to count the number of fish pulled over the gunwales of guide Joe Read’s boat.
It is another tool in the toolbox, but at its very best it’s not really going to be big enough to fix the problem.
Save the date. November 5.
It is hard to think of all the fishing weekends wiped out by rain this spring and think there might be a silver lining.
LAKE FORK — We watched with amazement at the parade of bass boats, back and forth along the main lake boat lanes. There was easily more traffic on the water than on nearby Highway 154.
Recently a friend lamented having to kill wasps that had built a nest over her front door. She knew to humans they were a pest, but figured they must have some role in nature or they would not be here.
It is a good thing pro bass fishermen like the opportunity to compete on Lake Fork. The bass fishing gods, it seems, don’t like them being there.
State fishing and wildlife agencies have for years been worried about license sales. In states like Texas it is where much of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s operational revenue comes from, including federal funding, but can also be a sign as to whatever future there is for fishing and…
Pro bass fishing at the highest level returns to Lake Fork as 75 Bassmaster Elite Series fishermen participate in the Toyota Bassmaster Texas Fest on Thursday, May 2 through Monday, May 6. If the weather cooperates, this could be a record-setting event.
CAMP VERDE — I knew better. I had been down that road before, but you often forget lessons learned if they don’t kill you.