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As Texas Parks and Wildlife stocks neighborhood lakes, it’s the time to load up the minivan
I know. I know. You think a minivan is so uncool. But, if you have a gang of kids that you are taking out to one of the neighborhood lakes stocked by the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, maybe a a vehicle like the 2014 Chrysler Town &... Read more
Next-Generation Fishing Boats: SUP and Fish?
  Yes yes, I know, this looks like a glorified surf-board. And it basically is. The SUP, or “Stand-up Paddleboard,” may not look like much, but it’s becoming a popular fishing platform. Now, there are versions with everything from seats to livewells to rodholders. While SUP boards started out... Read more
The “best of anything” assignments make me nervous. Especially when the topic revolves around Texas bass lakes. Texas enjoys a passel of great bass lakes. So many, in fact, that it is going to be next to impossible to whittle the list down to the Top Five winter fisheries... Read more
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department  has signed temporary leased access agreements with four Guadalupe River property owners to expand public access to the trout fishery downstream of Canyon Lake. Public fishing access will be available at Mountain Breeze Campground, Rio Guadalupe Resort (formerly Rio Raft and Resort), and Whitewater... Read more
It is the final day of the Toyota-sponsored Bass Classic fishing tournament at Lake Conroe, and — though I can’t project who will win — it is a sure thing that Toyota’s first new truck in seven years will have had a great weekend ride.   I was there... Read more
Greetings fellow flounder fanatics! For many years I went without wearing premium sunglasses. I would either buy a $9.95 pair or not wear shades at all. Several years back my cousin Frank Moore and I were fishing one of the short rigs out of Sabine Pass and as we... Read more
Hopefully you have already performed your annual trolling seasonal prep on all of your gear from roller guides to rodholders. Your tackle needs just as much TLC as your boat and its powerplant, especially if you do your fishing in saltwater. So assuming your hooks are sharp and your reels are lubed, now you’ll... Read more
Roseau cane has an intricate system that is somewhat like a smaller version of mangrove and it gives baitfish a place to linger, hide and dodge larger predators like flounder, speckled trout and reds. It is best to fish these areas during the first couple of hours of a... Read more