On The Water

Simple Tips on Finding Fish

Paying attention to simple things can help you catch more bass.

Choke Canyon – what makes it good and what can make it bad?

Choke Canyon can be feast or famine when it comes to fishing. Here’s why it can be really good at times.

Big Bass

Catching a big ole bucketmouth never gets old.

What Do You Notice When You First Start Fishing?

Right when you drop your trolling motor what’s the first thing you notice and then how do you start fishing from there?

Drop Shot Fishing Tips

If you can find fish off shore a drop shot can be one of the best ways to catch them. In this clip we learn more about the details and gear needed to find success when fishing this style.

Bass Fishing on Choke Canyon

Largemouth bass and catfish are the most popular sportfish in the reservoir. Bass are abundant with frequent reports of double-digit fish being boated. Blue catfish are the most abundant catfish species, but flathead and channel catfish also provide excellent fisheries. White bass provide excellent angling opportunities in the main Frio River channel during the cooler months and along the northern shoreline during summer. Although crappie fishing has recently been poor, respectable catches are not uncommon. The number of large alligator gar in the reservoir is presently low due to commercial harvest.