Blake Poe’s ear-to-ear grin says it all. This nice fish caught morning surf fishing north of Cabo in Mexico around East Cape succumbed to one of those amazing Shimano Waxwing jigs. We’ve been telling everybody that these lures are “fish getting” baits. We’re positive Blake will agree!
Bob Daly forwarded this magnificent picture of friend Gary Clark’s catch. Gary was guided by Captain Ed Bussard of Bass Challenger Guide Service (www.Basschallenger.com) around, get this, Orlando, Florida! Gary says, “Who needs to go to Mexico for big bass?” This picture is proof he’s on to something!
Our very own resident pro Brian Dolne shows off a very nice largemouth recently caught on a Canadian shield lake fishing trip. Watch Brianâ€™s amazing video (see Live Target Frog article above) and see how he did it. Bravo!
My oh my! How about this fantastic 45 lb redfish caught by friend Gary Clark off Venice, Louisiana fishing with Capt. Keith Kennedy of Born to Fish Charters? Gary says they caught over 100 fish and this fishery is “better than ever.” Who could possibly disagree?
Rick McLeod and buddy Rick boated this nice 36 lb spoonbill snagged on a crappie jig using a 6’6″ ultra-light with a old favorite Mitchell reel spooled with 4# mono. Rick says, “Goes to show patience and good equipment makes an accident an awesome experience.” Agreed!
How about this Great Lakes freshwater drum that was 291/4″ long caught using a G. Loomis CR721 rod, Daiwa Zillion TDZN100PLA reel, 10 lb Power Pro braid, 8 lb Seaguar InvizX leader, and Hot-N-Tot lure? Captain Lucien Gizel says it’s easy from his kayak!
Although no fish here, this is a picture of famous Table Rock Lake dam and Jaedan and Kaelyn Godfrey from Wichita, KS. The lake was 20 feet above power pool and the Corp of Engineers were letting record amounts of water through the spill way. The photo was taken in May.
No, this isn’t a fishing picture. It IS a picture of our daughter’s new puppy Gus after our twin 4 year old girls coaxed him into playing “finger paint fun”. Only later did Gus learn just what that involved!
Please, folks, send us some of your pictures. We’re not after trophies, just pictures of fish you’re proud of. It’s easy. Just attached them to an email and send them to us at [email protected] and we’ll do our best to get them in the newsletter. Send them in to us!