Fishing planet falcon lake

fishing planet falcon lake

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With an eight, six and a five.. You can see that these fish are bellied up and look like they swallowed a cinder block.. A little warm is all we need..

I talked to the Prez, and he says that the government shutdown could last a while. You know that McAllen is just down the road from us..

So being you have some time off, get your ass down here.. Well as we get back into the swing of things, with the new year off to a fast start, we have found some great fishing weather sitting on Falcon this week.

The last few days have been fantastic and we have a predicted non-cool night pattern for the next week. We have been near eighty for the last few days, and as Phil Collins would say, No Jacket Required the last couple of mornings..

But this shit is why a lot of folks like to hang out in Zapata this time of year.. Well that and the the anticipation that your next cast could be the bite of a lifetime..

Sunday I found the fish to be a bit more cooperative than I did yesterday, but some folks caught em better yesterday than they did on Sunday.

And I reckon that is just fishing.. I have been talking a bit about crankbaits with some red on it.. A square bill on very shallow rocky points, and in some places, bounced off the woods has been good as well.

I did catch my first fish yesterday on the Rage Craw.. Swimming it of course.. But they seemed to ignore it after that.. I have heard of a lot of baits catching fish.

And I have seen several others catch fish that I am not throwing.. An underspin with a small swimbait on it has been good. And in a few places the spinnerbait has been whacking em..

I guess mostly I am going to tell you to get out there and throw your confidence bait.. And sooner or later you are going to run into some fish..

I think it is only going to get better if the water stays warm.. Yesterday the water was in the 64 degree range, and that is on the edge of good..

If we can sustain it for a few days.. Water level is going down, as releases continue.. And we have lost about a foot in the last ten days..

There is still a lot of water out there, but it does seem early to be drawing us down.. With no water replacement from anywhere else..

Overall though, I am very optimistic about the fishing we have coming up in the next couple of months, and into the spring.. There is not a lot on the tournament schedule for Falcon this spring..

And I am toying with the idea of putting a Saturday tournament together in March or April.. And at this point that is all it is.. I will keep you advised if something works out..

If your club is heading to Falcon, please let me know so I can add you to our tournament schedule. I am sure there is something else I am supposed to tell you..

I hear President Trump is coming to McAllen tomorrow.. Man I wish he would have chosen Zapata.. We could have spent some time on the lake..

Caught a few fish.. Played nine at Zapata National.. I think I could kick his ass.. Congrats to the Clemson Tigers on wining the National Championship last night..

That was also an ass whoopin.. And I want to share them with you.. But it will have to wait.. Cause like I said.. All right you slackers!

You guys have been screwing off for nearly two weeks.. Well there has been quite a lot going on with the holidays and all.. And welcome to We are starting the year with off with some really good fishing.

Despite the the cold snaps and dropping water temps. And fish were in water so shallow, that you had to use a spading fork to get to em..

But after this last cold front, and the one that is sitting on us now, we are seeing water temps in the 59 degree range. Maybe a hair warmer or cooler..

And the fish have backed off to the creek channels, or the edges of them. And if you can find a little deeper pocket in the creek, it can have a pile of fish in it..

Every year we fight this same scenario.. The fish are up and down like a hookers bloomers.. And this year is no exception..

Starting about Thursday afternoon, a warming trend is in the works. And it looks to be an extended one.. With highs in the seventies and maybe flirting with the eighty number..

And the nights are going to be warmer. What kills the water temperature is the clouds all damn day and the cool nights.. And we are on day three or four of it..

But I expect the fish that have put their shallow water recreation on hold to get their ass back up there pretty quick.. Once the sun hits the water and the temps are on an upward trend..

It seems a bit early, but they are starting to draw some water from Falcon.. And it is the Mexicans I hear that have the gates open..

Of course getting any info from the government during this time of the holidays and the government vacation that the fucking politicians have going on has garnered me no flow info on the Rio Grande water shed..

So I am going on water levels in the river.. Above and below us.. And in the last ten days we have lost about three or four inches of water..

I do expect this trend to continue, unless by some miracle it rains in the valley.. And of course the releases will increase as the planting season advances..

But like always , we are at the mercy of the rains.. A lot of fish have been caught on moving baits.. A spinnerbait, a squarebill, and swimming soft plastic have been good..

I have personally been catching them good on a Rage Craw, Texas rigged, slow rolled thru the trees and shallows.. But like I said you need to move out to the creek channel edges with the cooling water..

And that is why the square bill is catching some fish. Because you can actually fish it out in the creek.. Where it has been virtually impossible to fish it in the thickets.

Where the fish have been.. Three foot is common, and in protected areas it is more.. You can see your spinnerbait on the way back from way over there..

I do believe some fluorocarbon is a good idea right now with the water so clear.. The Salanaias has been a good place to fish lately.

A lot of shallow fish have been way in the back.. As have a lot of fishermen.. Virtually every creek, way in the back, has had active fish reported..

Long story short, a lot of these fish are ready to spawn, and they are fixin to do it.. Now do I believe that the main push of fish shallow is imminent..

But there are going to be a bunch of early bloomers up there before too long.. Well if you are one of the lucky ones that scheduled this week off to fish..

You should be happy as a puppy with two peters.. Cause the weather can just not be nicer than what they have predicted.. If they have gotten it right..

And granted it is weathermen we are talking about.. And they have been known to be less than accurate..

But I am going to give them the benefit of the doubt.. I fished yesterday, and of course I did not make it south of School Bus.. And I only fished from 11 till But I rammed a tree and screwed up my trolling motor mount..

Hell if I know.. Fixin that is on my list for later this morning.. Anyway, I started in the Diablo where I have been getting bit a little lately..

And did not receive the attention I thought we would.. In other words we did not catch shit.. So off we went heading south..

All the way to School Bus. There was some light boat traffic going in and out of there and I will have to admit that the water in there looks fantastic.

We started out on some long points not that far in, and fished a ways back with little success. I threw a square bill, and flipped a Rage Craw at some awesome looking woods and weeds, and than tied on a chatterbait, but it did not catch anything either..

About three casts later he had another one whack the shit out of it.. So I picked up my spinnerbait rod and about the third cast I had one knock the crap out of it..

A couple of casts later I caught a fat fat fat female, but she was only about three pounds.. Three casts later I caught another fattie, and when she was running with the bait I swore she was a hog..

Meanest three and a half pounder on the planet.. These are the prettiest fish you have ever seen.. Looks like you painted em after a twelve pack.. Anyway, shortly thereafter I smacked into a hardwood that I did not see and busted the collar on my TM mount..

So that ended a fifteen minute period of excitement that had the blood running.. Kinda like that last fifteen minutes before the dance hall closes..

The potential is there.. Something good could happen.. If you know how to present your bait.. And like that old hound that is too old to get off the porch, I still remember what that trail smells like..

I spoke to several groups yesterday, and they reported better results on the south end of the lake.. The Salanaias is fishing about as good as any place on the lake..

Most boats that go out and seriously fish, unlike me, are catching fifteen to thirty fish a day. And in that mix there have been some nice quality fish caught.

A swim jig and a chatter bait have been reported as good choices. A little swimming tail trailer on the back is a good choice..

Three to five inch baits are fine.. Some areas have a ton of bait in them.. Some have little that is visible.. That spinner bait does not have to be a monster either..

Water temps were about three or four degrees cooler than they were last time I was out, and when we started out it was 59 and change..

Almost 62 when we got off.. If the nights stay a bit warmer like they are supposed to we may have a water warming trend.. And the shit is gonna hit the fan..

The white bass are going hog wild especially up here on the north end of the lake. Mainlake points and humps almost anywhere can have a cloud of em on there and you can wear your arms out..

The crappie are still spotty, and not taking a liking to the new poles under the Veleno bridge.. A few are being caught on creek channels and creek mouths, but it has been a hunt and peck endeavor..

The catfish are still easy anywhere near the river or creek channels.. Seen some ice chests full lately.. Overall things are setting up nicely for the spawn of all species it appears..

And Falcon is going to be the place to be this spring.. Christmas is only a week away.. And though it can be hectic, it is also a fun time for most..

I hope to post a report before the weekend and let you know what happens with this warming trend.. I want to wish for you a happy, hopefully not too stressful, and a very enjoyable Merry Christmas..

It is possible that some of you I have never met think that I am a foulmouthed redneck with too many guns and fishin poles..

But you might find my musings slightly a-musing.. And many of you who do know me are sure I am a foulmouthed redneck with too many guns and fishin poles..

God put us all on this earth to get along and support and love one another.. No matter your race, creed, religious denomination, or political party affiliation..

He put us on this earth to enjoy the theme park he provided for us. And there are lots of different rides. But it is a lot easier than trying to do it all yourself..

Or substitute the family member you need to talk to.. We did have a wet and cool stretch late last week, and that is the part of winter I like to bitch about..

But we did get an inch of rain out of the deal.. So all in all not so bad.. But the weather did keep a lot of people away, and there was very little traffic on the water last weekend.

The lake is still on a very slow rise, and we are sitting at Water clarity is awesome all over the lake and visibility in the protected pockets on the north end is two feet or more.

We have cooler water that grows less algae, and the greens in the water make for some effective filtering. There are no barren dirt banks for the waves to wash up on and murk up the works..

The south end of the lake is as clear or clearer, and you can see your spinner bait coming back a long way off.. The few people that I did talk to over the weekend gave me a mixed bag of results..

Of course the conditions on Saturday were poor.. Windy, cool, wet, and cloudy for most of the day.. But a few folks figured it out and caught em late in the day..

Like right on the bank in some instances, and the majority of fish were in less than three feet.. These Falcon fish are different, and like I have said many times before, they just seem to like shallow water..

And several of the guides were in here the other day and we were having a discussion.. About how there are no fish out in the deep water..

Like outside of twelve feet.. You would think that some would have retreated with the cooler water.. But if any have they have gone on a hunger strike out there..

It is damn hard to catch one offshore.. A chatterbait caught a couple of good fish yesterday. And flipping a smaller offering has been a good choice..

Putting some Chartreuse spike it on the tips is a good idea.. And throw that sucker on the bank.. Isolated retamas or retamas on mini points have had some fish hanging out on them.

And making multiple casts to likely looking areas can double your catch rate. There were actually a few fish caught up here on the north end this weekend..

And I am not sure if it is because a lot of fishermen stayed close because of the conditions.. The top of the lake might be starting to awaken..

Lyle Reagan was down here last week and he caught this toad fishing with Matt Reed.. What we need is fishermen.. Of course I do realize that it is Winter and Christmas is only a couple of weeks away.

But if you get a chance and you see a few good days of weather, you might want to come down and try your luck. One thing that is easy pickens, is the white bass..

Those things have been schooled up and will black out your graph in a lot of areas.. The crappie are still spotty, but they are making their ways up the creeks..

Their egg development is really coming along, and they will be doing their thing before too long as well.

And we been catching some whoppers.. Call us if you have any questions or need help with anything, and we hope to see you early in the new year.

December 3 , It was an absolutely beautiful weekend around here, with very light winds and temps in the seventies to low eighties..

Except for some fish to bite on the north end of the lake.. It seems that the lake is fishing like two different bodies of water, and I guess you can kinda draw a dividing line somewhere around the Tigers..

But it is spotty and inconsistent at best.. And after talking to a lot of fishermen and the guides, we all seem to agree.. It is not for lack of trying either..

At least not yet.. Yesterday water clarity in the Veleno and Diablo was two feet plus.. And water temps were back up to I am sure that will drop a notch or two with the coming front..

But that is cold water for this time of year around here.. Lets talk the south end of the lake.. You ought to go there if you want to catch some fish..

Lately the Texas side of the lake has gotten a lot of attention, with decent reports coming from Governors cove to the Tigers. And creeks with a half assed channel seemed to be the best, when fished in about ten foot of water..

Of course that can vary from place to place and sometimes the fish have been right up on the bank.. Spinnerbaits and swim jigs still seem to be the most popular with the fish and fishermen.

A lipless bait can also help you locate some fish and when you run into a batch of em you might catch a bunch in a short amount of time..

And then you can go for an hour without a sniff.. Odds are that you will do something in between.. The last week I have heard some good reports from the Salanaias and the Benavides.

Remember last year when we were whacking them on the big creek channel in the back of Salanaias.. Well some of that is going on again..

The same can be said of the Benavides. Back in there behind the island on those scattered tree lines.. Tons of hardwoods to pitch and spinnerbait heaven along the green trees..

Hardwoods in four to ten feet abound, and every now and then you will pitch to one that has a fish on it..

And truthfully what is more fun than trying to drag one of them mean bastards out of the middle of a woodpile.. A baby brush hog, senko, or a Rage Craw are good choices..

But your favorite flippin bait will probably get it done.. Keep in mind the water is clearer than it has been in a long time.. So your color selection may change a bit from some of our standards..

But when you throw a Zoom Watermelon Red bait in the clear water when the sun is out, that red just jumps out of the bait..

Yesterday I was trying to do something different and with the thought of clear water in mind I was pitching a Rage Craw in Chartreuse Pepper at woods in about four feet of water..

That bait is not commercially available for reasons I cannot imagine but if you see some get some.. I have caught a shit ton of fish on the Mexican lakes on the west coast with this thing, and have done quite well with it here as well.

So to preface this story I am going to tell you that I had not retied this particular rig in who the hell knows how long.. And after flipping a couple of thousand trees, probably closer to 50 I pitched into one that looked like all the others..

Four feet deep and you could damn near see the bottom.. And a light finally came on and I realized I had a bite.. And it had been so long that I stood there for a moment enjoying the thought that a fish might actually be eating a bait attached to the end of my line..

I am sure the elapsed time was not actually that long, but it seemed like it.. It was like standing in warm sunshine on a winters day..

I set the hook in my usual try to turn the boat over way, And holy shit I had a fish on.. And when I retrieved my line all I had was a little twisty corkscrew looking end where the hook and weight used to be..

I am always bragging about I have the best and easiest and fastest knot to tie.. Seems like if it was that easy, that fast, and that good, I would have retied it in the last month..

So I chunked it in there paying close attention to my bait, line, slack.. And sure enough my line started to move off into open water.. So I pushed the fire button and yanked hard and fast..

And it is a good thing that I still have cat like reflexes as I was able to duck the baitless hook and weight as it parted my hair on the way by..

Anyway I fished another thirty trees in similar looking water with no more bites and I went home and raked leaves.. I know I could have just said that I fished the Diablo and missed two fish..

But there would have been no fun in that.. Flipping the trees on the sunny days is not a bad idea right now.. Although I know I have been touting the spinner bait bite as of late..

The flipping bite is coming around.. And it will only get better as the spawn comes to Falcon in the next warming trend.. These fish are ready..

November 26 , So I have been FTD here as of late.. But I have been really enjoying it.. And having a triptofan hangover is a serious impediment..

Fishing here on Falcon is really on the upswing as the fish seem to be adjusting to the cooler water temps and the semi stabilization of water level..

Although we are still creeping up slowly. Water temps are in the low sixties.. Quite a change from a few weeks ago..

As of this morning, we are sitting at Which is about five feet lower than we were at this time last year.. The lake looks awesome and water clarity is fantastic, even in the creeks up the river.

Visibility in some areas is up to three feet.. Maybe more in the backs of some creeks when the wind is calm and the sun is high..

And baits with a lot of flash and movement seem to be doing well.. Which is a continuation of the spinner, chatter, swim jig bite I have been talking about.

I have also heard a good report or two that fish are chomping on traps and your favorite lipless baits when you get around a mess of them. And like I have been saying..

If you catch a fish or two in a kinda small area, slow that trolling motor down and fish that spot thoroughly.. These fish have been clanned up a lot lately, and I have heard of big numbers of fish being caught in an area the size of your kitchen..

It is easy to fish past a school of fish. So if you get bit, beat that water up a bit before you move on..

Over the weekend I also heard of some fish on points coming on a Carolina rig.. They did not say if it was a north or a south Carolina rig..

And I forgot to ask.. But they did say that a smaller bait seemed to work better than a big one.. If you saw the pics of the fish we have been catching you would say that spawning is imminent..

And they are as mean as any fish you have ever caught.. And no doubt that they are buiding eggs for the coming spawn.. I would not fish with any line less that seventeen to twenty pound test while fishing the moving baits mentioned above.

Lotsa cover in the water.. And bad things happen to good people when fishing with light line.. These fish will test your equipment, kick your ass, and break your heart..

Not necessarily in that order.. Now before we go off half cocked, that is a shooting term and has nothing to do with sex, you perverts I do not want to infer that the fishing is off the hook good..

But it is certainly much improved from a couple of weeks ago when you could spend a lot of time practicing your casting..

I have not talked much about a flipping bite.. Because it has been secondary in fish caught.. But on sunny days, you can catch a few in the shadow of the trees..

Your favorite bait will work in the smaller varieties.. That Z-hog is still a good bet.. I was gone for a few days last weekend, thru Thanksgiving..

And I spent a lot of time in the deer blind.. I did manage to dirt nap a freaky horned cull buck and make a batch of sausage.. And I ate some..

And chased it down with a preventive dose or two of gout medicine.. I also killed a hog and a coyote.. So I got to shoot a few times..

My wife says I am not happy unless I am killing something.. We certainly had a crowd on Thanksgiving at the ranch.. And as predicted the decibel level was high..

Thirty something Bendeles can lead to some yammering.. The table was covered with food and we are truly blessed to have all the fruits of our hard work..

As are many of you I am sure.. And it is only right to give thanks for the opportunities we have been given in this magnificent country..

Keep in mind that only by the Grace of God are we here, in the best country that ever happened on the face of the earth.. I hope that you have a great Christmas season..

And that you can make it down to Falcon and enjoy some fine winter fishing.. Only about 45 more shopping days till Christmas..

You better get busy.. And busier it has been down here the last ten days or so.. At least when the sun comes out for a bit.. Last weekend we had quite a few folks fishing as there were a few clubs in town.

And there were a few groups from across the state here as well. And while there were spotty times of decent weather mixed in, there was also plenty of wind and light rain in the mix..

Enough to make it somewhat unpleasant.. But it is November and it can get cold down here.. As I type we are sitting at a record low temp for this date in Zapata, or very near..

Of course since they moved the temperature collection site from Falcon Lake Tackle to the airport, which is on low lying ground, I notice the lows are about three or four degrees lower than the old days..

And lower than my super accurate thermometer.. So I was told when I bought it.. It is 35 on my thermometer at daylight.. But officially 28 at the airport..

And we did have sleet here in Z town yesterday morning.. I have been talking about how clannish the fish have been as of late..

And how if you find a couple in a small area you need to rake it pretty hard.. Because these suckers have been a little grouped up on occasion. Over the weekend, there were folks that whacked em in small areas, and folks that struggled to catch anything more than random fish.

And this has been the common story as of late.. But I do believe the fishing is improving as the lake has almost leveled off, and the breakdown of shore line weeds is wrapping up.

And what was once flooded greens, then turned to rotting plants and bushes, has now turned to dead stems and sticks and it has lost a lot of the funk that decaying plants can have after being submerged a while.

We are still creeping up very slowly, and we are currently sitting at My stick in the water served me well as the online water data gauge was down..

But it is back up and working for the time being.. We have been gaining about a quarter to a half inch a day for the last few.. As we have been saying for the last month or so, the spinnerbait is still catching more fish than anything else going.

I think that being able to cover a lot of water is a good thing, and the blade is a good seek em out bait.. There is also nothing wrong with a chatter bait or a swim jig.

When and IF the sun ever comes out, you can catch some fish flipping the trees as well. Concentrate on trees on creek channel edges in about eight to ten feet of water..

A slow presentation has been best. And a lot of the bites are verrrry subtle. So it is a good time to let your sensitive side show..

Lots of these little bastards and big bastards will just swim off with your bait without the slightest feel on your end.. So it pays to be a line watcher..

The pictures I am seeing of fish lately are very impressive, when it comes to the condition of the fish..

All the fish, even the two pounders, look like Rosie after a raid on the Blue Bell factory.. I forgot to mention that the water temps were running in the low seventies before this cool snap..

We are supposed to have some nice conditions the next few days.. So hopefully we can catch a few post frontal fish in the next few days..

Before the next front blows in. A few crappie are starting to show up on scattered woods here in the Veleno, and a few on scattered brush piles from the top to the bottom of the lake.

I caught a few the other day and they were so fat and thick it was amazing. I split the fillets in half because honestly they were a inch thick on a couple of the fish..

I mean some of them were tanks.. The catfish are still going pretty strong on rod and reel, but maybe slowed down a bit since the river flow has slowed to a trickle.

Lots of Teal around, but giant numbers of ducks are not here yet.. There may be some arriving as we speak with this front cooling off a large part of the country.

If you can be down here a few days after a front, it is possible that you might get in on some good fishing.. These fish are building eggs, and there are some fatties out there swimming around right now..

We will be closed on Thanksgiving day, like always, but I will be here bright and shiny on Friday the day after.

Last week in my rant about water and cormorants post I intended to thank all of you Veterans for your service and sacrifice to our country..

In honor of Veterans day.. But I went a little off script probably not and got caught up in the passion of the moment and forgot..

And I can never say it enough, but Thank You.. And while I am on the keyboard, let me say a few things about Nationalism.. Or my definition of it anyway..

What in the world can possibly be wrong with being in favor of your homeland over some other country? Are we not to be proud of our country and what we have built?

And what we have have achieved in a fraction of the time the Euros have been around? And what we have done to help the Euros over the years and the entire planet for that matter?

I am very proud that the United States, along with its Allies, has basically defended the world against tyranny and global aggressors since its inception.

And any of you who equate American Nationalism of today with Nazi Germany are just fuckin idiots.. Go read some history books, you morons..

And not any written today. Find some info written about twenty or thirty years ago.. Maybe you can figure it out.. If we were, there would not be thousands trying to come to this country on a weekly basis..

And to those of you who think this is such a bad and oppressive place.. Pack your shit and get the fuck out.. Call me if you need bus money..

Keep the Faith America! Keep America first and thank God that you were lucky enough to be born here..

And keep busting your ass to make things even better.. Where has the year gone.. I guess the best thing we can say is, "Hey you bastards!

We started the year out with lots of water, and a tremendous hatch of baby bass, with clouds of fry and schools of little fish of every breed known to man, or at least to Falcon, and they were living in a jungle of shit that was about as ideal a situation as you could imagine.

But then the government took over.. And dropped twenty two feet of water out of us so quick that fish were flopping around on the bank..

And being that the government loves cormorants, they allowed the twenty thousand of them living here to eat all the little fish that were evicted from their homes..

We should be catching ten inch bass by the bucketful.. Sadly they are as scarce as hens teeth.. We got lucky again in the last few months to catch some water from local rains..

And when I say local, I mean rain that fell between Falcon dam and below the dam at Amistad. And that is VERY unusual.. I had never seen Falcon catch as much water from local rains as it did in The sad part in all of this story is that the Mexican lakes on the Conchos have, and have had plenty of water that could have helped mitigate the level loss here last spring.

And our congressmen talk a lot of shit about how we are going to enforce the water treaty, and update it.. And get Texas the water we have coming..

But you know it is bullshit.. Tell you what you want to hear while shoving flowers up your ass.. And then do nothing..

If you want to find out the meaning of boondoggle.. Do some research on the IWBC.. Look at their budget..

And what they accomplish.. This will give you a good laugh.. And you might need it today.. But it might make you cry.. I hate to go Larry Bridgeman..

But if he was still alive he would be tearing PAW a new asshole.. And while we do still have an alligator gar infestation, the more pressing problem is the freakin cormorants..

Saying that we are doing something for Falcon fishing, by dumping four hundred thousand fingerlings in the lake every year, and doing nothing to protect them, is just ludicrous..

And when we stocked the lake this last spring, these fish did not have a blade of grass to hide behind..

But all we did was feed the birds and white bass.. And while TPWD pats itself on the back for its new Sharelunker program, our fisheries continue to decline in quality..

But at least now everybody can catch a Sharelunker.. But Falcon has a Cormorant problem.. Instead of spending thousands and thousands of dollars on fingerlings for Falcon this year, give me some money for shotgun shells, gasoline, and the authority, and let me take care of this problem..

But I am sure PAW will continue to bury its head in the sand and say there is nothing we can do about because it is a federal issue..

Sometimes you have to get a little dirt on your hands if you want to actually make a difference.. I have officially offered my services the the governor.

I have not heard back from him or his office.. There have been five boats on the lake this week.. And I was one of them.

But I went out to catch some crappie for lunch.. And damn they were good.. So that leaves four boats bass fishing.. Actually there were about twelve boats at the ramp on Saturday.

And it was so windy I could see seven of them from the ramp.. Most of them were prefishing for a tourney this weekend for the club out of Laredo..

And nobody told me a lot as they barely got out of their trailers shadow.. It was a tough day.. Yesterday however, the fishing was better than I have heard in a couple of weeks..

From the four boats fishing.. I heard that on Saturday, fish on the creek channels, getting to the back of the creeks in Tigers and Goose Bay, were in about eight to ten feet of water, on the drops and slight depth changes.

Hardwoods define the creek channels as they wiggle back there.. Peg your weight on a Texas rig and drag and pop it thru the vegetation that is on the bottom..

Sounds like a lot of the bites were reaction bites to when the bait was snatched out of the shit.. A craw or brush hog is a good choice..

Yesterday a buddy of mine caught them pretty good on a spinnerbait on the north end of the lake.. Six feet of water between hardwoods and flooded weeds and brush..

Another guy I just talked to said he had the best day in a month yesterday on the south end, Texas side, flipping and cranking, to include an eight and two sixes..

We have a few folks heading this way this weekend, including Alamo Bass Club, Uvalde Bass Club, and the aforementioned group from Laredo.

So we should get a better handle on what the fish are really doing.. So as of late I am just not hearing a lot of info to pass on.. I would have a flipping bait on the deck..

A Z-craw or Rage Craw.. You always need a square bill in shad pattern tied on.. And if you want a deep diver for those ledges or a C-rig that is not a bad idea either..

There is no doubt that a spinner bait has caught more fish lately than any other bait.. I have a bunch of fish pics to post. But am growing time short for today..

And I have to go pluck some Beto signs out of some yards.. The last thing we need is more communist bastards in the electorate.. Well October is finally shot in the ass, and it has been an interesting month around here..

Not a lot of it was good.. But some of it was.. From a fishing standpoint, I am going to give October a 5. Some think that might be generous.

I have often said that October is my favorite numbers month.. It was a wet, cloudy, windy, water rising, muddy water, no current at the dam, no fishermen in town kinda month..

A good friend of mine and fishing buddy had a heart attack.. My brother had a ruptured ulcer and was in the hospital for two weeks..

My son had a visit to the emergency room.. And I worked more hours than I like to without a visit to the water for almost three weeks..

Yesterday I finally got back out on the lake, and if felt good to get some wind in my face.. Jay was not working yesterday so he hopped in with me and we went out and killed half a day on the north end of the lake.

We fished the Veleno for an hour without a bite, so we picked up and moved down to the Diablo. I had not been on the water in so long that I hardly recognized the lake with all the new water.

And it looks awesome.. Anyway, last spring when the water was falling, but was about at this level, I had a bunch of fish on top of a gravel bar that is studded with hardwoods..

The ultimate flipping scenario.. And I started flipping the woods and Jay was throwing a spinerbait.. And about the fourth cast he had one out knock the rod out of his hands..

I kept throwing the worm.. About five casts later Jay caught a fat two pounder on the blade.. We threw a red eye and a spinnerbait at some likely looking rocks and bushes, but all we caught was some sun..

So across the lake we headed to the way back of Coyote. And prettier water you have never seen.. As a matter of fact, the water everywhere we went looks great..

Even the river channel looks good. Anyway we flipped trees on the creek channel from eleven feet up to six feet..

And I swung and missed and came back with a bare hook.. Throw the left side slightly to the right of the wreck of the boat. Unique Butterfly Peacock Bass.

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This splendid moderately shallow fishing spot with a magnificent view of the distant mountain range is perfect not just for watching the sunrise, but also abundant in dark-green weedy vegetation which is a favorite hideout for Smallmouth Bass.

This marvelous spot is also perfect for longer casts — from here you can reach one of the most interesting parts of the lake, the aquamarine sanctuary to Brown Trout.

Step into a tranquil world of solitude as you make your way to this special fishing spot in the very North of Falcon Lake, surrounded by dense forests.

Breathe in the smell of damp leaves and bark as you make your cast to outmaneuver thick brush and weed beds and reach the shelter of savvy trout.

Make sure to have your tackle for long distance casts at hand - quite a way offshore is the deepest part of Falcon Lake, a cold and abysmal Trout Lair.

This is a genuinely unchartered territory with varying and unpredictable bottom and underwater terrain, so using strong tackle would definitely be a good idea if your aspirations go as high as landing a huge Trophy Rainbow Trout.

This southernmost point of Falcon Lake is a marvelous fishing spot overlooking the lusciously colorful forest on the opposite bank.

This secluded location with large boulders covered in green juicy moss is right next to a gently cascading waterfall that sparkles in rays of the setting sun.

The rocky shallow bank with cool, crystal clear water and some rocks just further offshore is natural home to Cutthroat Trout.

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