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Last week I explored Lake Buchanan for the first time specifically in pursuit of white bass. The trip actually yielded three species of freshwater pelagic fish, including white bass, hybrid striped bass (nicknamed “hybrid”), and full-blooded striped bass (nick-named “stripers”).

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With 26 years’ worth of my own detailed fishing reports on Belton and Stillhouse Hollow lakes to refer to, I can say with confidence that this cool-water time of year from around the second week of November to the end of February is the best time of year to catch largemouth bass holding in n…

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Last week in my article entitled “Recalibrate expectations, tactics for high, cold water,” available online at www.kdhnews.com, I addressed several trends that were emerging as a result of our high, cooling water being the new normal for the fish populations in Belton and Stillhouse Hollow lakes.

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Earlier this week I sat down with Ronald Bruggman, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lake Manager for Belton and Stillhouse Hollow lakes to understand what anglers can expect in the way of access to our area lakes following the recent flooding.

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Dean Thompson, 3x9 Series tournament director, summed it up well when he called these past few days a “slow week of fishing” with only 24 boats doing more fishing than catching during Tuesday’s 3x9 Series tournament on Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir.

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I have been a member of the Coastal Conservation Association for many years now. As such, I receive both of the publications CCA sends to their members: “Tide” and “Currents.” These primarily address CCA work across the nation and keep members aware of conservation trends impacting our ocean…

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In 3X9 Series bass tournament action Tuesday, tough summer fishing continued to beset anglers as, once again, an average of less than two bass per team was weighed in after each of the 32 two-angler teams invested approximately three hours on Stillhouse Hollow Lake in pursuit of a three-fish limit.

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On Tuesday evening, 46 two-angler teams showed up ready for action in the 15th of 30 scheduled regular season tournaments. Each is held at Stillhouse Park from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. from March through September.

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