1. Grade A Sushi! One of the hardest fighting fish I have ever caught

    16 lb. Blackfin Tuna with a Ballyhoo

    1. Nice work Bryan. They are tasty
    2. Noah Shapiro 0
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    26 lb. Barracuda with a Ballyhoo

    1. Brian K 0
      ....You lying so low in the weeds, Bet you gonna ambush me... Barracuda!
    2. Looks like you a kicking butt down there! Nice work.
    3. Haha I live there. I have been doing bass trips at the stick Marsh near Vero Beach last 4 weeks.
    4. Brian Jensen 0
      I was South going out of Black Point in Homestead. I was going to look you up but you are on west coast of Florida correct?
    5. Where are you fishing Bryan? Palm Beach area or south?
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  3. 4 lb. 20 in. Butterfly Peacock Bass

    1. Thanks
    2. Brian Jensen 0
      Flukes and we flipped shiners
    3. What bait did u use
    4. Rich Pardy 0
      Awesome man!!
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  4. I'm coming to Houston area this January and was thinking about going out on Conroe. How's the January bass bite?

    1. Mark Oland 0
      Drop me an email at mark.oland@nov.com and we can get the details done
    2. Brian Jensen 0
      Mark, I'd love to go out with you! Fishing can be tough, that's life. I'd love to go out whether we slay them or get skunked
    3. Mark Oland 0
      Be glad to take you out, but I haven't been having a lot of success. Let me know
    4. Brian Jensen 0
      Looks like my fishing day is going to Monday, January 29th. Any recommendations for who I should go out with?
    5. Karl Engstrom 0
      Usually good, depending on the weather they could be getting in spawn mood ;)
    6. Brian Jensen 0
      Thanks everyone for the tips! I'll let you know when I finalize my trip dates. I'd love the opportunity to go out fishing with some of you!
    7. John Fitch 0
      and the quality is really going up. It's hard to not to catch fish that's over 14" and under 24" my brother landed a 23" bass there in November.
    8. Karl Engstrom 0
      Some toads can be had on Conroe in cold weather, but nothing with regularity. You need to fish points with funnels heading to home spots. You'll find secrets ...more regarding Conroe are held close to the vest
    9. Mark Oland 0
      Brian. If your here on the weekend and want to get out on Conroe or Fayette I'd be glad to take you out. Just drop me a message
    10. Mark Oland 0
      The bite won't be great, if we get some sunny warmer days it should help bring them shallow. Never know in the Winter. My also try Gibbons Creek another power ...more plant lake. Gibbons is only open fri - Sun
    11. Gannon Walles 0
      Fayette lake is going to be the place to go for January. Water temperatures are around 30 degrees higher than other lakes in the general area.
    12. John Fitch 0
      If you are coming to Houston in January you should try Fayette instead of Conroe. It's a small easy power plant lake and if your hands get too cold you can just ...more stick them in the water and warm them up.
    13. Dale Flahart 0
      With all the recent cold fronts it's been a bit tough, I was out last Thursday managed 4 keepers for about 10 1/2 lbs and 5 or 6 short fish. I didn't come ...more up with any real pattern some on docks some in open water.
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  5. I saw guys ice fishing on Mud Lake yesterday. What's the ice thickness? Be safe out there!

    1. Ryan Shohoney 0
      https://youtu.be/l1oDuq1Xnto was it these guys???
    2. David Swenson 0
      good ice is clear you can see through it bad ice you cannot see through which they call honeycomb which is white and has white pockets in it that ice is not strong ...more and kind of dangerous depends how thick it is
    3. David Swenson 0
      every Lake differs you must check them
    4. David Swenson 0
      every Lake Dippers for ice thickness you must check them
    5. Brian Jensen 0
      Create feedback and tips
    6. David Swenson 0
      3in to walk on four and a half inch for an ATV 8 in for a small car vehicle 12in for a pickup 2 wheel drive 14 in for a four wheel drive pickup and if you got a ...more big diesel Cummings Engine in your 4 wheel drive pickup you need 16 in to be safe don't be idiots
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  6. Someone else posted this on Fishidy, but I had to share again because it's so true and funny

    1. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Hahaha. that it is.!!
  7. Details: beer bass

    Brian Bachelor Party, stop by

  8. What should I use for trout and perch and bass in Lake Michigan

  9. Flipping the weeds

    Largemouth Bass with a Texas Rigged Senko

    1. Brian Jensen 0
      Will do!
    2. sam allen 0
      nice check out mt catches
    3. Jon Reznack 0
      Finally on the board! Nice bass!
    4. Nice one Brian!
    5. chris ogden 0
      nice bass!
    6. Jon Giacalone 0
      Nice one!
    7. Hook Setter 0
      AWESOME catch way to Hook'em
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  10. Night Bite once the wind calmed down

    17 in. Walleye with a Jig and Crawler

    1. Brian Jensen 0
      The reefs around Garlic Island
    2. David Lehrer 0
      Where abouts on the lake was this at?
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Love muskies and smallies and the occasional eye'. I've fell in love with Florida saltwater fishing over the last few years. I also dig bucketmouths...I'm ...more not picky.

Fishing Favorites

  • Species Musky, Smallmouth, Tarpon....Dead Heat
  • Waterway Green Bay
  • Lure Texas Rigged Worm