1. Caught this one on the way to check my lines.

    Largemouth Bass

  2. 246 catfish in 4 hours by three people worth rod and reel.

    Blue Catfish with a shad

    1. d s 0
      not catfish black drum
    2. Jesse Newell 0
      where did ya catch em. I'm hungry. lol
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  3. 16 lb. Flathead Catfish with a brim

  4. My girlfriend catches them as good as I can.

    4 lb. 5 oz. Smallmouth Bass

  5. 14 in. Redear Sunfish

    1. Joe joe 0
      Bream on steroids
    2. Thomas Schreiber 0
    3. Marty Murray 0
    4. carl mullins 0
      one big redear yum yum
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  6. 3 lb. 2 oz. 27 in. Plecostomus with a hand grab

    1. Marty Murray 0
      I thought these were only sold in Aquarium Stores and much smaller. What body of water did you catch this dinosaur?
    2. Jon Giacalone 0
      What the...
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  7. First fish of the day

    13 lb. 11 oz. 29 in. Largemouth Bass with a junebug trick worm

    1. Joe joe 0
      Awesome lunker for sure.
    2. Cody Clinton 0
    3. Michael Alfieri 0
      omg. ...nice fish...what state are you catching hogs like that?
    4. Cody Clinton 0
      This pond had giant fish. Every trip would produce one 10/15 pounds and around 80 smaller ones.
    5. Scott S 0
      I wish we had bass that big here in Indiana, that would be close to a record here...lol
      The record here is 14.12 and that was 24 years ago
    6. Cody Clinton 0
      It was back in south Mississippi.
    7. Marty Murray 0
      Ditto! HUGE! Can you at least tell us what state you caught this beast? Your t-shirt dont help either! Looks like they grow 'em BIG in TX? :o)
    8. Tim Steinmetz 0
      What a hawg! Awesome bass!
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  8. Largemouth Bass

    1. GARY WIGLEY 0
      Nice bass, see you used a finesse worm.


I mainly kayak fish rivers around Texas. Occasionally kayak lakes.

Fishing Favorites

  • Species small and large mouth bass
  • Waterway San Marcos river