One day at Lake Lavon, I was crappie fishing and having a great afternoon. Not another boat around and the weather was perfect with a 2 mph wind. I was fishing a brush pile near the dam and catching a fish every minute or two. Then, the bite stopped dead. … Continue reading
A very expensive catch. Couple days ago, I started a morning trip off bad and it got worse, then a bit better. We arrived at the spot and anchored up. I reached for something near the engine and watched my Movado watch fly right off my wrist into the drink, … Continue reading
I have a lot of hours on the Lower Mt Fork River over the years. If you didn’t know, The Lower Mt Fork River is in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. It’s about 1 hour North of Paris, Texas. This river is almost a Mini Montana with rolling mountains and hills full … Continue reading
Ever catch a crappie with a mohawk or black stripe on hits head? Well you caught a Black Nosed Crappie. Species of Black Crappie.
Catching Blue Gill Sunfish is easy, fun, and cheap to do. Light line 2-4 LB line will work well. No need for braid or heavier line. Find a local pond or creek near you. See where the people feed the ducks and there will be Blue Gills near by. Or … Continue reading
The White Bass Run is another great way to introduce kids to fishing. Soak a minnow on the bottom and the kids will be busy till they drop.
Jr Angler catches New Fly Rod Record for Lake Ray Hubbard.
The Run has started and with the warm temps, they are in full swing spawn. 1000′s of them running up the rapids, even hitting our legs as they migrate upstream. Easy limits of 25 fish per person. Use 4 lb line to increase your odds and catch ratio.
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
Here’s a video demonstration of how to visually locate baitfish in creeks.