Terry Lamielle

Member since: March 23, 2020

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    Kitchen Sink Fishing!

    August 10, 2020

    I got out to do some freshwater fishing only once these past few days and, like the above title states, I threw everything — plus the kitchen sink — for a bite. 90 degree water temperatures sure don’t help, either. With these kind of temps, even the most sound bass fishing techniques are going to produce some sloooowww results. You really only have about 3 hours in the morning before the “Africa Heat” sets in, so temper expectations for a big day on the water.

      Stickmarsh Off-shore Fishing

      July 17, 2020

      Got out on the Stickmarsh after my quarantine and did some off shore type fishing. This type of fishing consists of deeper waters rather than like the spring time methods. To cover waters this way, a lipless crankbait is the way to go. I like using Yo Zuri Rattling Vibe to make lots of long casts in the 4-6 ft water depths.

        Zero Dark Thirty

        June 15, 2020

        Summer patterns are here to stay for a while. Water temps are in the mid to high 80’s. Very early starts like “O Dark Thirty” to about 10am are the most productive times, and then again a few hours before dark, will be the pattern until fall. You know when it’s time to give up on your day when having a great bite the first 2 hours of the morning and then all of a sudden the light switch turns off and you struggle for a bite.

          Ponds Fill Up

          June 8, 2020

          Our rains from Tropical storm Cristobal dropped several inches into our waterways this past week. I didn’t get out on the boat but managed to hit my local retention pond between downpours for a few bass. We had our full moon this past Friday, but we couldn’t see anything but cloud cover. Today was the first day of sunshine.

            Stick Marsh Bass Fishing Report

            May 4, 2020

            The bass bite is hot at the Stick Marsh lately. Early in the morning has produced lots of bass in the Southern section of the Farm 13 side of this reservoir. However, getting to this fish is not for the faint at heart as water depths of 2 feet and PLENTY of both submerged and noticeable stumps to navigate around. You will most certainly find yourself stuck on top of one now and then.

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