My fishing buddy Harrison Barnes with the brown and rainbow trout that completed his trifecta.
A sample of a Tennessee Trophy Fish Award for a hybrid/striped bass, called Cherokee Bass by the TWRA.
The former world record brown trout, a forty-pound, four ounce giant, was caught in the tail-waters below Greer’s Ferry Dam in Arkansas. Many southern tail-waters produce oversize trout and are premier places to search for a giant.
Small jigs are good tools for catching pressured summer bass at night on reservoirs.
To rig a Fluke weedless for river fishing, first insert the hook point of a weighted EWG hook in the nose of the bait. Then remove the hook, wet the hook-eye and insert it in the exit hole under the nose. Finish with a standard Texas-rig with the point of the hook skin-hooked on top the lure’s back.
My friend Zac Morgan with a double-handful of river smallmouth bass.