Date: 9/16 – 9/20
Lake: Douglas Lake
Conditions: water clarity – 2’-5’, water temp – mid 70s, air temp – 70s-80s
Summary: I had several guide trips on Douglas Lake last week, and it was a funky week to say the least. Early fall is usually the hardest times to pattern fish, because the fish are moving so much. There are still some fish out deep, but most are shallow. I caught fish as deep as 25’ and as shallow as 1’. The neat … [Read More...]
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Growing up in East Tennessee, Brandon has years of experience on each one of these fisheries. All four lakes are great in their own way, and they are great places to learn a wide variety of techniques. From long lining a crankbait in 40 feet of water on Douglas lake to flipping a jig in a foot of water on Ft. Loundon, Brandon can help you learn any technique desired. Whether you are practicing for a tournament, taking your … [Read More...]
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I had a great time at ICAST a couple of weeks ago. It was fun getting to see all the new products and spending time with my sponsors. Most of my time was spent with Floatback Lures and Pinnacle Fishing. The highlight of the week for me was working with Floatback Lures’ inventor Duncan Robertson, aka: the mad scientist. His business partners call him that because he is constantly coming up with new ideas for new products.
Duncan, age 64, is a … [Read More...]
Brandon Card in sight
8:57 am CDT, Jun 23, 2013 | By Mark Hicks
We ran south out of Stoddard Bay, where the water was much clearer and more fishable. We continued to the main river which is muddy.
The Mississippi is wide down here with expansive shallow flats. We're idling across one now to reach Brandon Card. He is still a few hundred yards away, fishing a large grass field.
The closer we get to him the clearer the water gets. That bodes … [Read More...]