Thursday, May 11, 2017

Fishing is awesome and we have more fish than ever!

Every Saturday and Sunday I am on Brian Hughes Texas Fishing and Outdoors radio show giving reports for Lake Whitney. I've been telling him and the listeners that I think we have more fish or as many fish as back in the hay days of the 80's and 90's. (KRLD 1080 am or on tune in radio app 5 - 7 am on Saturday and 5-6 am Sundays) Well I finally  took the time to look it up and it is official. Per Texas Parks and Wildlife we have more fish than any historical record, that is all species across the board with the exception of Brim and Small-mouth bass. Love it when I'm right! Catching has been awesome all year , speaking of stripers, but really all species. Black Bass fishers are experiencing an exceptional year, the Crappie fishing has been excellent, cat-fishers are reporting great catches and the Stripers!!! Hold on to your hat, son we have been hammering the stripers. Catching limits every trip out and catching big fish to boot! Fishing a post spawn pattern right now and the fish we are catching are really starting to put on  the pounds, gorging on gizzard shad fattening back up from the spawn. This pattern will hold out for a while then get into a summer pattern, fishing above the thermocline. Check out my web or go by my Facebook at Team Redneck Striper Guide Service Lake Whitney and check out some of my posts and live videos. Better yet give me a shout at 817-822-5539 and come get ya some, some of this Hot Action! You wont be disappointed!  My half day trips are for 4 hours but I don't watch a clock in fact I get so excited and caught up in the action I usually keep folks out longer! If we limit early we can catch and release (if the water temp allow and we are not killing fish) if not we will tie on slabs from  and go whack some sand bass!  If you have never been on Whitney you are in for a treat, probably one of the, if not the most scenic Lakes in Texas with its tall white bluffs, clear blue water with clean water and shorelines, You don't see a lot of houses and boat docks on the waters edge, the homes are built so many yards from the shore and C.O.E. only issued X amount of permits for boat slips. Come visit Beautiful lake Whitney and get in my boat and allow me to introduce you to Texas Best Fishing!!! As always,
May God Bless you and hope some day soon to
" See Ya on the Water!"

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Randy  Routh


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