"There must be fish here, he fishes for a living..."
Have you ever been fishing and heard someone say "There must be fish here...He fishes for a living."? Most of the time they are refering to a blue herron standing on a stump or stalking some shore minnows. More times than not, those birds will lie to you because they tend to be more territorial and what good are those shore minnows going to do for finding large groups of fish? From my experience, there is one bird species that will help you find fish especailly in the colde
Distracted While Looking at a Sunken Boat
Yesterday, while on a catching trip, we were near one of the novelty spots I have on Sam Rayburn so I asked my client if he wanted to see a sunken boat. To date, nobody has ever turned down the opportunity to see something cool on the side imaging so we idled that way. Little did I know we would graph over something better than an old boat... My favorite thing to see when I am scanning is little moments frozen in time on the screen. You can clearly see in this image where
SAM RAYBURN BASS FISHING REPORT - October 2015
Let me just start by saying that I am writing this report with a tad bit of trepidation because nobody wants to share their honey holes with other anglers, but SAM RAYBURN HAS BEEN ON FIRE! Over the past month it has been as good as I have ever seen it for this time of year with tons of big fish being caught lake wide. A quick rundown of tournament results over the past couple weekends is a pretty good indicator with quite a few double digit fish being weighed in as well. I k