This beauty was caught around 1 on a cloudy day by the boat ramp
Details: FreshwaterDrum / Gaspergou with a 1.0 KVD square bill chart/black
Stealing the drum curse from @TennesseeTroutboy with this little guy. Smacked it like a bass when burning it through schools of shad. 3 keeper bass on the day, a ...more bluegill, this, and a couple of white bass within 4 hours. (Will post bass later). Fish are starting to school and boy is it crankbait season. Fish are smacking them andd not letting go. Workin it as fast as possible with some pauses ⬇️⬇️
Details: Smallmouth Bass with a Santa Clause
Merry christmas scouters! Santa got me this Abu Garcia Revo STX with a 7.1:1 gear ratio, and a mojo bass rod (jig 'n worm) for christmas. Reel is butter smooth, ...more I'm gonna spool it up with 20 pound braid for my soft plastics setup. Happy holidays scouters, have a good one!
Details: Largemouth Bass
Ok guys I need some help, I've narrowed down my choices to 2 different baitcasters for soft plastics. The revo STX or the SX. Does the dual breaking system really ...more make a difference in the STX? Or should I save some money and get the SX? Thanks guys
Details: Other Freshwater with a iPhone
Well I know where I'm never fishing again. I believe this is a wolf spider, a huge one. The leaf next to it was 2.5 inches. Scared the fire out of me, barely ...more had the courage to take the picture. Venomous but a non-lethal bite, still not taking any chances.
Details: Largemouth Bass with a Black roostertail 1/24 ounce
Not big but she was FAT, caught about 30 this size and missed a 2. -Conditions; Sunny, 85*F, 100% humidity, right after a big rain, water was stained with about ...more 1 foot vis, 3 FOW, pulling over some rocks and they were busting it with hits every cast, no current, and no wind. -Setup; Bass pro MicroLite rod, Shimano 2000R reel, 6pound Spiderwire mono, 1/24 ounce roostertail in black.
Bass interest most anglers on Norris with largemouth and smallmouth leading the way. Solid numbers of both are reported. The striper population is on the rebound. Walleye and Crappie are present.
Strong populations of both large and Smallmouth Bass. White Crappie dominate. White bass, stripers, channel and blue catfish and Bluegill top the featured species list. 38,600 acres
The black bass population on Tims Ford is composed of largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass. Largemouth are the most abundant of the three and are the target of most anglers on the lake.