During the off season host Clark Wendlandt uses bass techniques to catch redfish and trout when he revisits a childhood haunt at Matagorda Beach. Then he's off to Sam Rayburn Reservoir, which is one of the hottest lakes in the USA right now, so he sees plenty of action during a day on the topwater where he is putting the Strike King Suger Buzz lures to the test. Plenty of great tips for both beginners and experts.
Lake Marble Falls
Host Clark Wendlandt likes nothing better than to explore a new lake and here he visits Lake Marble Falls early in the year. He puts his Garmin depthfinder to good use, keeping an eye on all four of the split screens. And he also takes a large selection of rods and lures so that he's ready for for whatever conditions he discovers. The lake holds some decent Largemouth Bass and it doesn't take him too long to find them.
Clark Wendlandt visits another lake for the first time, Lake Fairfield, Texas and because it's a power plant lake and the water is a little bit warmer he's expecting to find the fish in the top water that will be attracted to a frog or popping perch lure. He isn't wrong, as on his second cast of the day......
Lake Amistad is on the Texas - Mexico border and historically was one of the hottest lakes in the country. Its reputation dipped a few years ago but host Clark Wendlandt has heard that it's on the rebound. Casting a Swim Jig lure into the abundant brush and grass he's quickly in to a bass.
On a visit to Fayette County Reservoir pro-angler and host Clark Wendlandt uses his Garmin Fishfinder to locate schools of bass amongst the variable contours of the lake. He's come prepared with a variety of lures to try, but finds that a quickly moving Crank Bait is the one they can't resist.
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