White Bass/ Sand Bass: Are freshwater fish that are migratory in nature, like Salmon. They spend most of their lives in the open-water portions of lakes and reservoirs or river pools. But when water temperatures rise above 55-60 degrees F, its usually the peak time to catch them. Between February … Continue reading
At Beavers Bend Sate Park in Broken Bow Oklahoma, lies a river called The Lower Mt Fork River. Its stocked with 4,000 or so every other week all year long. 2.5 hours from DFW and your in the mountains. Fun Stuff.
Catching shad in the winter can be really tough. Shad are deep and the cast nets seem to close up by the time they hit the bottom. Well, not all the shad go deep. Some shad go up the creeks and rivers, too. The creeks and rivers are shallower than the … Continue reading
Creek Report and Tips: Trash Piles are your friends, even though they are a terrible site to see. This is just something you have live with in the urban city limits. The creeks are not polluted, its just plastic and foam trash floats and gets caught up in the creek … Continue reading
Well today I finally had a break from the trout fishing up in Broken Bow and decided to hit the creeks in DFW and look for some slab crappie. At about 8 am today, I walking around the house debating where and for what species i was going to target. … Continue reading
They spawn in the Spring. Period (Texas). My response to this topic is this: Hell No! Some will spawn a month or two early and/or in the spring. But only once. Definitely not in August-November. Last years winter crappie run up the creeks, was terrible due to low water and they couldn’t … Continue reading
The time has come when these hard fighting fish called sandies, sandbass, or white bass, swim up creeks and rivers to spawn like salmon. The sights are amazing if you have a clear creek with them in it. 100′s of them within touching distance. I guide at a local creek … Continue reading
Spring is almost here! The Black Bass will start to spawn in about a month in all the lakes, creeks, and rivers. Some bodies of water have already got males on beds. But, the thing most people don’t know is, small ponds in Urban areas such as Community ponds in … Continue reading