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A Light Setup for Some Big Bass

Clint Taylor

There are many rivers in Texas that I have fished, but quite possibly the most productive is the Llano River. Nearly every time I have travelled to the Llano River I have ended up with a couple of nice bass, and this was no exception. I was especially excited to travel to the Llano River just south of Mason, Texas, as I had never fished this stretch of water, and I had a new fishing pole to try out. I recently noticed a 5' 6" light action spinning rod at a sporting goods store that seemed to be quite on sale. The combo was a Mitchell 300 series combo that I had a Mitchell 310 spinning reel attached to a nice 5' 6" light action rod. Typically, this combo retails for $69.99, but I found it on sale for $34.99. Quite a steal.

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Fishing for Largmouth Bass in Heavy Cover with a Topwater Frog

Clint Taylor

Largemouth Bass are by far one of my favorite fish to target. It could be the enormous mouth that gives this fish its name. Possibly the great fight of this fish, or maybe even the great explosions that Largemouth Bass make on topwater lures. All of these qualities were present as I fished some topwater frogs on the South Llano River. 

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Llano River

Clint Taylor

In the center of Llano, Texas lies a river that is extremely clear and fed by various springs. The Llano River is one of the most iconic rivers in Texas, with a multitude of fish including our own state fish, the Guadalupe Bass, and many other native Texas fish, such as the Rio Grande Perch.

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