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Fishing on Lady Bird Lake

Fishing on Lady Bird Lake has been pretty good this past spring.  I ran a promotion on “Living Social” and sold 80 trips on Lady Bird!  I was pleasantly surprised by the numbers, and I would like to thank every one who supported me.  I have met some great people, and they seemed to really

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Sunfish (aka Panfish) are Hot and Sexy

Published on May 31, 2013, by in lady bird lake.

Sunfish (aka Panfish) are hot and sexy, especially in late spring and early summer!  When the water warms up to the high 60’s, they begin their spawning ritual, which can last through out the summer, depending on the species.  They get really aggressive, and are extremely colorful as well.  The Texas record “Redear Sunfish” came

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Capital City Kayak Fishing Tournament

Capital City Kayak Fishing Tournament Series  stop #2 was held this past Saturday, Feb. 16.  The destination was “Lady Bird Lake”, aka “Town Lake”.  A cold front had blown through the night before, which added to the challenge.  I was fishing the “fly” division, so I knew I had my work cut out for me

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The bass were feeling “amorous”…

The bass were feeling amorous last Tuesday, when Dan and I hit Lady Bird Lake.  We put in at the Holiday Inn ramp, and headed upstream to Barton Creek.  We were looking for largemouth bass on “beds” and we were not disappointed.  LMB’s begin their mating ritual when water temps hit 60 degrees or so,

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