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Church and Mexican food this morning in College Station to fortify these Aggies for finals. #gigem ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Tim Beaudoin, the winner of this awesome Christmas giveaway!! I hope this catches you a lot of fish. Message me your address and I’ll get these shipped out to you! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
We spent about 4 days down in West Texas hunting mule deer this past week. We never saw one we thought was mature enough to shoot, but it was honestly one of the funnest hunts I’ve been on! Hopefully I’ll be back to try to get a shot at one of these beautiful animals. Cabela's #teamcabelas #itsinmynature ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Fall Bass Strategies
#TackleTipTuesday. When locating bass in the fall, the type of lake you're fishing (lowland, highland or grass) will dictate where you will want to start. Garmin Fish & Hunt Ranger Boats Cabela's Strike King Lure Company Evinrude Power-Pole Total Boat Control Owner Hooks Lucas Oil T-H Marine Supplies #BassFishing ... See MoreSee Less
Just great stuff!🎣🤙
Really liked watching Hunting and Fishing Texas while at work got me so pumped for the next day! Thanks and Fish On From Yuma Az.
Clark Wendlandt what would you throw this weekend on Rayburn, post frontal conditions
Smith wick crawda cola or blacks and chrome
Choosing the best line for topwater fishing can be a difficult proposition. There are several ways you can go, and each one of them has its benefits and drawbacks. The old standby is monofilament. I like Sunline Defier mono, usually in 17 or 19 pound test. Mono floats, it does not backlash badly, and it’s easier to cast, especially when you’re in a hurry. The drawback to mono when fishing topwater is the extra stretch and it can be more difficult working your bait from a long way away. The … Read More...