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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Weather In Flux....

Tough go with fishing these last few days.  Field Team has been out and about hitting several community lakes.  All reports since Friday afternoon have been the same - little or no action.  Wind had been a factor Friday afternoon, Saturday brought rain and later snow.  Sunday morning, as of this posting, is showing more snow!  Not a bad start for Spring in North Texas, if you like snow.

A few observations from the Field Team for reference:
  • Bethany Lakes - a few strikes Friday afternoon using Plastic Worms and Lizards.  Should have had a hookset or two but the strong wind made it tough to feel the pickup consistenty.
  • Celebration Park - the small Sunfish and Bluegill that hang around the North Pond's concrete walls were nowhere to be seen.  The Bullhead and Catfish action in the East Pond seemed to have shutdown with one nibble in one hour.
  • Suncreek Park - a small pond with a population of small Sunfish and Bluegill.  Similar observation as Celebration Park's North Pond, fish were nowhere to be seen.
  • Waterloo (Denison) - a few Trout to be taken still but limits may be hard to come by given the pond was fished hard over the Spring Break Week.
Overall, looks like the latest Cold Front has put a slight delay in the action in the area.  Did hear about other fishermen having success on other area community lakes and ponds.  Mainly using Jig and Worm, Plastic Worm, and Plastic Lizard rigs for Bass.

For now, most of the Team is staying indoors but we do have a few "diehards" staying busy with the White Bass (Sandies) action at Rowlett Creek and another braving the conditions at LLELA for Hybrid.

Good Luck and Good Fishing!
The Field Team


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