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richg99
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Got to love Texas

Post by richg99 » 18 Oct 2019, 23:13

Got to love Texas. I went to the nearest "big" lake now that I am back home. Three hours. One bite, but it was a good one. 19 inch LM Bass. I'm happy.

I was going to head for the saltwater flats but...I discovered that I didn't have my Credit Card while on the way to Galveston. I called the restaurant that we ate at last nite and l, lucky for me, they had my card. By the time I picked it up, it was too late to drive all of the way South. So I took off for Lake Conroe. Glad that I went now.

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Post by LDUBS » 19 Oct 2019, 01:01

That must have been fun to catch. I would take one like that any day of the week. Were you tossing lures or soft plastics?
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Post by richg99 » 19 Oct 2019, 12:32

Texas rigged (of course) Senko worm. Ha Ha

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Post by LDUBS » 20 Oct 2019, 11:12

Way back when I targeted LMB, a Texas rigged rubber worm fished slow was most productive by far. That is after the learning curve. I would advise folks to set the hook on any resistance, any twitch or when the line moved even slightly in a direction other than towards you. Once it happens a few times then the light bulb goes off. haha. We didn't know it was called a Texas rig.
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