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My friend Darren Gardner invited me out to his deer lease near Sour Lake, TX to explore a pond that hadn’t been fished in years. When we arrived the pond had dried up quite a bit in the current drought and was covered in a variety of vegetation save... Read more
Often stuff happens that isn’t quite major enough to merit a single large story.  Here are some from the past week: GM Foundation gives $100,000 to the American Red Cross On April 20th, GM provided a grant to the Red Cross to aid emergency management officials to help provide... Read more
Sure, it’s a long shot but it’s doable. You have an opportunity to win $100,000 on Lake Conroe by catching a Sharelunker Oct. 1-21. Here are the details from the Texas Toyota Bass Classic (TTBC) folks. TTBC is proud to welcome back the ShareLunker Club Tournament (SCT) on Lake... Read more
TX best catfish lakes pt. 4: Texoma
It goes without saying that Lake Texoma is one of if not the best location to catch a monstrous blue catfish. It produced the “Splash”, the 121.6-pound state record bagged by angler Cody Mullenix in 2004 and continues to yield impressive catches of blues. For anglers willing to work... Read more
(This is the third installment in our series on Texas’ best catfish lakes.) Toledo Bend is an excellent place to catch big flatheads, especially in two key locations, the extreme northern and southern parts of the reservoir. The northern area around Logansport, La. Is characterized by humps and ridges... Read more
TX best catfish lakes pt. 2: Lake O’ The Pines
(This is the second installment of a series examining Texas’ best catfish lakes.) Fans of the channel cats should definitely give scenic Lake O’ the Pines a try. This old reservoir by Texas standards is known for producing lots of channel cats for anglers who bait holes and some... Read more
TX best catfish lakes pt. 1: Livingston
(This is part 1 of a three part series on Texas’ best catfish lakes. Enjoy!) Livingston is the best all-around producer of catfish in East Texas. The fish there are plentiful and grow to enormous sizes and there are lots of ways to catch them. Flatheads provide some of... Read more