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Planned on taking the yak out yesterday, but the weather didn't look favorable when I go up. That and I had to make a 85 mile round trip to pick up a washer. Something about doing both in the same day didn't sound to rewarding.

 

The weather report said winds up to 10-11 mph at the lake. It was more like constant 10 mph with gusts up to 30 mph or so at times. The wind messed up my game plan as I had intended to go to the other side of the lake where I caught the 7 lb'r 2 weeks ago. I spent a whole lot of time pedaling my yak slowly into the wind to at least try and make the best of it. I'm glad I just stuck it out in the end. I didn't cover much water, but in the end got plenty of exercise, caught a couple fish, and most importantly had fun.

 

I wound up catching 2 Bass.

 

2.46 lb on a trap. This one was longer, lean and feisty so probably a male staking out his claim. 

 

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2.98 lb on a warpig. This one was short, chubby and also feisty probably a little girl.

 

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Both of them gave a good fight in the end. I guess the wind and the chop gave them somewhat of an advantage.

 

I almost caught one more as it tried to sideswipe my warpig about 8 ft from the yak, but it missed. It looked like a dink anyways.

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Work, home stuff, and winter weather all combined at just the right times to make me start this season much later than normal...Had a decent first day on Monday though.  Caught a few like this and some smaller ones.  Third year in a row this same little balsa crank has captured my first fish of the year, I think it's officially a tradition now.  

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15 hours ago, TnRiver46 said:

@Bluebasser86, I almost didn’t recognize you not wrapped up like an Eskimo!

It was still cool, but 50's feels great compared to the 20's and 30's I've gotten so accustomed to fishing in. 

 

9 hours ago, NYWayfarer said:

Or without the beard! Makes him look 10 years younger. He might get carded now buying a 6 pack.

 

Nice haul of Bass BTW. Those are 2 baits I am going to throw once I can get on the river again. Spro float and fly and a jerkbait.

It had to go unfortunately. I like having the beard, but the mustache drives me crazy. Work requires us to have a mustache if we're going to grow a beard and I got tired of it. I still get carded every time I go to the liquor store or bar (which is very rarely), but not bad for going to be 33 in a month. 

 

5 hours ago, Way north bass guy said:

Frogs, those little buggers might be just about the absolute best sound of the year to hear, man I wish I could hear them soon, but that’s gonna be likely another month at least 😔

My wife thinks I'm an idiot because how excited I get each year the first I hear the peepers chirping. I don't care about any other supposed way to tell if spring is almost here, when I hear frogs croaking, spring is right there. About as close to that kid on Christmas Eve feeling as I get as an adult. 

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Tried out a brand new paddle tail swimbait tonight, Gambler Baits' "EZ VibeZ" in Ghost Shad color. I was disappointed about the way it was wobbling, nearly flipping over, in spite of a keel-weighted hook. On the other hand, the darn thing worked!

 

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Got a couple birthday bass after work today! Hit a local pond for a bit to see if the little fish there were doing anything and they were! I whooped on about a dozen 8” bass in 45 minutes and found a small school of them sitting shallow in a sunny corner. They were happy to munch on the weightless dinker worm I was skipping over their heads! Pulled 7 out of there on consecutive casts. Then I decided if the bitty bass were chomping like this maybe the big girls would be on my honey hole spot at the bigger lake down the road. 

 

They were! But they weren’t suspending, and if it was moving they couldn’t care less about it. Slow and wiggly on the bottom was the key. 

I launched a dink with a hook set with the ned rig and then had a nice 2-3lb on that jumped twice and shook loose underwater after the second jump. 

 

I put that down and picked up the medium heavy jig rod and tied on a 4/0 shaky head with a black trick worm. That did the trick! A couple 2lbs followed by a 3.9 and a 5.8 about ten minutes later right at dusk! 

She kissed the 22” mark! B-Day citation! If you gotta work and can’t party on your bday, catching some big ole bass certainly makes up for it! C6956D78-F685-4A8A-B80F-89B15937EC73.thumb.jpeg.61084370956a43a595f90a255ddb5915.jpeg

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12 minutes ago, Fairtax4me said:

Got a couple birthday bass after work today! Hit a local pond for a bit to see if the little fish there were doing anything and they were! I whooped on about a dozen 8” bass in 45 minutes and found a small school of them sitting shallow in a sunny corner. They were happy to munch on the weightless dinker worm I was skipping over their heads! Pulled 7 out of there on consecutive casts. Then I decided if the bitty bass were chomping like this maybe the big girls would be on my honey hole spot at the bigger lake down the road. 

 

They were! But they weren’t suspending, and if it was moving they couldn’t care less about it. Slow and wiggly on the bottom was the key. 

I launched a dink with a hook set with the ned rig and then had a nice 2-3lb on that jumped twice and shook loose underwater after the second jump. 

 

I put that down and picked up the medium heavy jig rod and tied on a 4/0 shaky head with a black trick worm. That did the trick! A couple 2lbs followed by a 3.9 and a 5.8 about ten minutes later right at dusk! 

She kissed the 22” mark! B-Day citation! If you gotta work and can’t party on your bday, catching some big ole bass certainly makes up for it! C6956D78-F685-4A8A-B80F-89B15937EC73.thumb.jpeg.61084370956a43a595f90a255ddb5915.jpeg

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Nicely Done ~

And Happy Birthday you Old Basshead . . .

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A-Jay

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On 3/13/2019 at 3:29 PM, kenmitch said:

Planned on taking the yak out yesterday, but the weather didn't look favorable when I go up. That and I had to make a 85 mile round trip to pick up a washer. Something about doing both in the same day didn't sound to rewarding.

 

The weather report said winds up to 10-11 mph at the lake. It was more like constant 10 mph with gusts up to 30 mph or so at times. The wind messed up my game plan as I had intended to go to the other side of the lake where I caught the 7 lb'r 2 weeks ago. I spent a whole lot of time pedaling my yak slowly into the wind to at least try and make the best of it. I'm glad I just stuck it out in the end. I didn't cover much water, but in the end got plenty of exercise, caught a couple fish, and most importantly had fun.

 

I wound up catching 2 Bass.

 

2.46 lb on a trap. This one was longer, lean and feisty so probably a male staking out his claim. 

 

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2.98 lb on a warpig. This one was short, chubby and also feisty probably a little girl.

 

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Both of them gave a good fight in the end. I guess the wind and the chop gave them somewhat of an advantage.

 

I almost caught one more as it tried to sideswipe my warpig about 8 ft from the yak, but it missed. It looked like a dink anyways.

Good job man to stay in the wind, especially Perris lake. It was windy pretty bad in our area for the past 3 days. Tuesday I took jon boat out and it was pretty hard to stay in the wind even use anchor (kayak anchor) the boat still moving around like crazy. Manage to caught only one pitching jig around shallow. Wednesday decided to stay shoreline and caught 3 on Senko (feet from shore).

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6 hours ago, JustJames said:

Good job man to stay in the wind, especially Perris lake. It was windy pretty bad in our area for the past 3 days. Tuesday I took jon boat out and it was pretty hard to stay in the wind even use anchor (kayak anchor) the boat still moving around like crazy. Manage to caught only one pitching jig around shallow. Wednesday decided to stay shoreline and caught 3 on Senko (feet from shore).

 

The wind blows in more ways than one! My kayak cuts thru the wind pretty easily, just takes a little pedaling to stay in place. All hell sometimes breaks loose once I hook a fish as I pretty much just go with the flow until I land it. It's just hard at times to get some productive casts in at times. Nice thing about being  a lipless fanatic is they cast into the wind pretty easily. Just gotta keep the thumb warmed up is all.

 

I'm on vacation starting Sunday and need to get my on the water fix at least a couple of days during the week. It's looking like I'm going to have to just suck it up and make the best of it. I guess there's lot's of shallow water to play around in if nothing else. My B-day's on the 21st and the weather report is showing possible AM rain which is somewhat depressing. It's a wait and see on that day. Last year I had one of my best days on my B-day!

 

On another note I really wish they'd put the dang weather station back online. I'm not sure why it's no longer reporting data.

 

First time I've ever viewed Canyon Lake on google maps. It wasn't what I expected to see. I figured there would be waterfront properties, but didn't think that most of the lake would be developed. How is the fishing? Would be fun to maybe someday join you on a kayaking adventure there. The upper undeveloped arm of the lake looks interesting too me. 

 

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@kenmitch, the canyon lake is still good bass fishing lake, the only bad part is me “I’m still sucked at bass fishing” only catch a few here and there lol. 

You know what BR members always welcome to fish here. The only thing I ask is to follow the rules by those ..... HOA ppl. Let me know when you wanna come fish here. The north part of the lake is good for fishery but bad for us. The water level come up high and flood all the dying trees, hard to get to shallow area by the shoreline.

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I’m gonna count this as Birthday Citation Bass number 2. It was less than 24 hours later so it’s close enough. :lol: 

 

Gutzilla here ate the same black trick worm. She weighed 6.69 (weighed twice just to be sure) which is .05 lbs shy of my PB. She was 22-1/4” long. OH the fatness!! 

 

Two others I got today as well. One on the ned rig, and the other on the trick worm right at dusk. 

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Got this one today on a frog. One ounce shy of 5 poundslarge.20190316_171036-966x1288.jpg.f42ea8c46a0dd458b58971d9fe7b7d0c.jpglarge.20190316_171023-966x1288.jpg.26b1222dacd13c40d673bee88177ab31.jpg

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Knowing today would be an “off” day, I went back to the spot for about an hour at sunset to see what I might convince to bite. Yesterday it was cloudy windy, almost 70°. Today, bluebird, 55, and pressure going back up.

 

Context: Last Friday I tied on a brand new zman weedless shroom jig and a brand new hula stick worm and had a bite on the first cast with it. Set the hook and the brand new worm got yanked off the hook. How that happens with an elaztech bait!?!? 

 

Fast forward a week through many small bass, a 5lber and a handful of 2 and 3lbers on the subsequent hula stick worm, and same jig head. 

 

Today my hula stick worm theif bit again, and for a short time had Two hula worms in his mouth! :lol: The one I lost, and the one I put on a week ago to replace the one I lost! 

A little tug with the forceps and I got my other worm back, and it was in surprisingly good shape! 

I guess that’s a win for the day! Retrieved my lost worm and saved the little dude in the process! 

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Had an awesome day fishing my in-laws pond yesterday.  Probably one of my best days of bass fishing weight wise I’ve ever had.  Caught 7 in a about an hours worth of fishing, and besides a small 8” fish the other 6 were these. Two 2.75, a 2.80, a 3.00, a 4.00, and my new biggest largemouth a 4.52lber.  Best 5 would have went about 17lbs

 

4.00

Pond fishing

 

2.75

Pond fishing

 

2.75

Pond fishing

 

4.52

Pond fishing

 

2.80

Pond fishing

 

3.00

Pond fishing

 

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You gotta teach your co-angler how to take pics for you! 

Good catches, and congrats on the new PB! 

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1 hour ago, Fairtax4me said:

You gotta teach your co-angler how to take pics for you! 

Good catches, and congrats on the new PB! 

I was out there by myself for most of them. My daughter photobombed me on the last one. 

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On 3/11/2019 at 11:22 AM, TnRiver46 said:

 Got a free old school dishwasher from my buddy, it works 100 times better than the extra extra old school one that was down there 

 

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Score!!

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Got to break in my spinning rod today.

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Has the first "founded them" moment of 2019 on a hike after work last week.  The last ice chunks melted away with temps getting into the 60's.  Didn't find any active fish on the steep banks or points where I thought they may be, but as I walked past a small inlet and feeder stream the unmistakable black blob of mature gizard shad was a welcome sight.  Found the bass off them at opening of the inlet. 

 

Couldn't get anything to commit to a jerkbait,  but caught a few on a chatterbait with Jenko tremor shad worked as if I was slow dragging a C-rig.  2 more hit a yoyo'ed lipless. 

 

Below is the best one,  boat comes out of hibernation this weekend!

 

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Took the yak out today to try my luck again. It was one of those dreaded bluebird days today! The lake was almost dead calm, the heat slowly cranking up, and a very slight breeze. I sizzled out on my yak and caught my 1st case of sunburn for the year!

 

I did manage to put down the lipless and fish a BPS 5.25" speed shad for a while. I've never fished one before and was wondering how it would do. I probably wasn't fishing an ideal color for my lake, but chose to fish a tin foil one so I could actually see what it was doing. It does look like it has some pretty decent action. I was using it on a Storm 360 GT searchbait jig head. I cut off the rounded head part of the speed shad and calculated where the hook would come out, aimed a little low on the shad, and hoped for the best. I actually nailed it as the bait looked perfect and swam straight. I wanted to fish it around 6ft or so, but it likes to rise up in the water column. Maybe not enough weight for the larger size of the speed shad. Didn't get any takers on the speed shad. At least I got to experiment with it and see how it fishes on the jighead, pausing and letting if fall did allow it to go deeper as long as I reeled really slow.

 

I tried out the flatt shad that A-Jay gifted me for a little while. I didn't think it would be effective on a bluebird day with very little surface disturbance so it's workout is on hold for now. Visibility was around 6ft or so in the areas I was fishing. I'll give it a whirl on my next outing if there's some cloud cover or at least some chop on the water.

 

Once again my lucky trap at least attracted some action. The 1st bass that was interested in it was a dink that I watched try and eat it 3-4 times about 12ft from my yak. The little guy tried to inhale it from the side, but was unsuccessful in the end. At least it gave me some hope that I'd have a shot at beating the skunk.

 

Sure enough the trap came thru. It's not a monster at 2.66 lb but at least it wasn't a dink.

 

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The trap attracted another bass that was headed in for the kill until it saw my yak, it made a hard left and just missed it.

 

The lake was so calm I actually did a little stand up fishing in my yak. I don't mind sitting and fishing as it's relaxing, but I decided to give it a shot. I caught my 1st bass while standing and fishing. He was one of those slightly bigger dinks in the 1.25 lb or so range. I didn't bother to even photo or weigh him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One of 10 or 11we caught. All brownies with the exception of a small spot. Biggest one was about a pound and a half. Just a good time. Weapon of choice was the bps little wee craw knock off. 

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My little bank fishing, dink lake is confused apparently, 2 trips in a row now.

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Caught another dozen of the usual suspects. I actually almost quit on the fish before the big one because the bite had slowed down and I needed to get home and go to bed but decided to try one more spot that always looks good but rarely produces, glad I did.

The one before big one was  hungry little guy.

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It's been 78 days since I last was able to get the boat out due to our winter weather and heavy rains (but who's counting). Finally made it today though and everything ran fine. Even managed a few bass in 43-44 degree stained water. Felt good to be running the lake again.

 

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Fished a little 10-boat 'ice breaker' open tournament this past weekend before my regular season starts and won with a limit weighing 11-15 :).  This was the big fish of the day, came on a spinnerbait in/around shallow wood...One of my favorite ways to catch em. 

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Well two days into the Toledo Bend trip & I've only caught 3 fish.

 

One was a tagged BassCashBash fish the won me a 2019 Dodge Ram!

 

 

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Congrats Catt. Can't go wrong with a new Ram!

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