Went to City Lake this morning with my son Matt to see what the largemouth were up to. Day dawned cloudy, but no rain was in the immediate area, so we took off. We managed to get into them right...
Liked on: 05-19-2013, 03:48 PM
Several years ago my son and I were fishing Lake Brandt in Greensboro, a shallow lake filled with stumps and nice humps and breaks. Perfect for the Carolina rig, we were throwing pumpkin lizards and...
Liked on: 05-06-2013, 07:30 AM
Me and Guffey caught 13 at Badin this morning, all but one over 14. Couple pushing four. Windy and chilly, ran us off the lake right after lunch. Full report and film later..lol
Liked on: 05-06-2013, 07:45 AM
I use 3/0 Gamogatsu wide gap for my mag finesse (similar to the Senko.) Never had much problem snagging it up.
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Bass usually spawn in two waves, because female's eggs do not all mature at the same time. I have seen them on the beds spawning at City Lake in April, then another bunch comes on in May.
Liked on: 05-06-2013, 05:01 PM
It can be addictive to a lot of people, once they encounter these striped brutes. Was bass fishing (largemouth) with a friend at Badin a few years ago, when a school of fish appeared, slaughtering...
Liked on: 05-06-2013, 08:52 AM
Badin, in my opinion, is the jewel of the Yadkin chain. Clear, deep, and with an outstanding population of largemouth and stripers, Badin is the first lake in the area to turn on, usually in mid to...
Liked on: 05-06-2013, 07:52 AM
Yeah, true enough, I told Guff a bit of wind always helps, but not like today, bro. It was howling off and on.
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I honestly believe Big Dawg, if it had not been so cotton pickin' windy, we easily coulda caught 25 fish or more. It swirled us around, kept a bow in our lines, and froze us to death. But it was a...
Liked on: 05-05-2013, 08:06 PM