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    Default 2 weeks in Tx bass lakes

    See my entry under warm water. I cover 2 weeks lodging in Texas. You share 4 nights motels to and fro, plus gas and food. 8 to 10 famous Texas bass lakes at their best time. Call Mike 408-807-4340

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    The trip was fantastic. We are in tentative planning for 2022 trip. Respond if you are interested.

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    March/April/May is probably the top time in FL and TX for bass.

    FL is wide open now too.



    Our CA Valley reservoirs are very good now too.
    Bill Kiene

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    Contact me for any reason........
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    Quote Originally Posted by McFish View Post
    The trip was fantastic. We are in tentative planning for 2022 trip. Respond if you are interested.
    Great to hear you guys had a good trip. Any pictures or details to share??

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    Like any long trip we had some weather issues. 4 warm days to start were very good; we had many bass over 3 or 4 lb blowing up on shad in the evening. Then we had a day on Palestine; we really needed a bigger boat than what we had. We went back to Athens where we got run off the lake after an hour by a thunderstorm, We moved from Palestine north to near Lake Fork on Friday in a heavy rain. Several fronts went through the second week, slowing fishing. We were never too discouraged as we saw many 4 to 7 lb fish, and the crappie were always available. We always caught a few fish; we also knew most fish in the slot lakes were in the 14-24 inch category. Slot limits are the way to go!! The last day we went to Tawakoni and caught wipers; Churchill broke his 16 lb leader on what he thinks was a big striper. all in all the good days were great; the bad weather days were a challenge but you knew big fish were around. around. With 15 or so great lakes within an hour drive, choosing where to fish was a fun challenge. And the BBQ was great.

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