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Texas Drought, My Bass Fishing Recue

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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2011

Late last fall I began to move the bass I caught from the big private lake I fish up into a smaller lake on the same property. For some reason the upper lake didn't have any bass in it but did appear to have enough baitfish to support a good number of adult bass. At that time (fall 2010) the big lake was full and the drought was just starting but I was moving the bass not because of the drought but because the big lake had too many bass and crappie in it. If I had known the big lake was going to dry up and die like it did I would have moved more fish, but I think I moved enough to establish a stable population but only if we get some relief from the drought.

I had not fished the lake until Thursday after stuffing my face with so much good food at our Thanksgiving feast. My efforts last fall have been rewarded as the lake is now my last fishing hole with fish still in it, and I'm giving many thanks for that blessing.

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