All fishing reports are exact. We will not exaggerate fish totals or weights to gain your business. All large fish are weighed on a Boga Grip.
|This is turning out to be an incredible Summer! Right now we are boating 15-25 bass per day on short trips. But the incredible thing has been the size of the fish. I had Adam Evans and family in for a days fishing and on back to back hook sets we boated a 10 pound 9 ounce and a massive 13lb 1oz hawg!! This beast measured 28 inches long and had a girth of 19 inches!! Caught in February she could easily have been in the fourteen to fifteen pound range. Clients also boated another 10 pounder in the last week. It is turning out to be one heck of a Summer trophy bass wise.|
|Rodman Reservoir Fishing Report||01/17/2016|
|Well a lot of people have been all over me to find out how things are going on the current Rodman Drawdown, so here’s the report! The fishing is definitely stellar, but quite a bit different than the last Rodman drawdown. the chief difference is the lack of Hydrilla or aquatic weeds in the lake. We were fishing giant Hydrilla lines last drawdown and with the lack of grass, the fishing patterns are COMPLETELY different! We are averaging 50+ bass per trip, with the fewest number caught on a trip being 29 and the most being 90 bass we caught on two separate days! The biggest bass we have boated so far this drawdown is Henry Knight’s 11lb 10ozer! We have boated 53 TrophyCatch Florida eligible bass so far since the drawdown started (8lbs and over) and have been on a heck of a streak lately of consecutive days of bass exceeding 8lbs! The jury is still out whether this will be as productive of a drawdown as the last one but we are sure off to a good start!|
|Rodman Reservoir Drawdown Report||01/05/2016|
|It has been quite a drawdown so far! We have been averaging 50+ bass per trip. We have had days where we have boated as many as 90 Rodman Reservoir beauties! The biggest bass boated by my clients since the drawdown began was a gorgeous 11lb 10oz PIG, boated by Henry Knight of Lexington, KY. The hot areas continue to be the old river channel around Orange Springs and the old river channel between Orange Springs and Kenwood.|
|Lights Out Summer Fishing!!||08/25/2015|
|Hi Guys! The spectacular summer fishing continues. What is happening right now almost defies logic. Usually strong summer rains = high, red water and slow fishing, but incredibly the fishing is unbelievably and freakishly good!! Guys the bass have been ABSOLUTELY POUNDING IT RIGHT NOW!!!! The fishing is so good, it feels like the drawdown is already here!! We have been catching 35+ bass per trip on short morning trips!! And these are some REALLY great fish! We are catching piles of fat and sassy 6-8lb fish, but have also got fish up to 11lbs in the last few weeks!!!! The incredible bass producing destination that is Rodman Reservoir continues to roll on!! For anyone interested in getting in on the fun, I have several days open in the next couple of weeks!|