Well Trophy fishing is coming to an end here at www.tawakoniguideservice.com and it has been a unique year to say the least. Dealing with a full lake that we haven't seen in years and a warm winter didn't make for the ideal conditions we have been blessed with the past few years. However we battled through it and adapted to make the most out of this season and continued to put smiles on our customers faces and slime on there jackets. Below is just a few of the Tawakoni giants that made their ways into our boats this year and you can check out more pictures from this Trophy season at www.tawakoniguideservice.com
As we get ready to make our transition to channel cat and hybird/sandbass fishing we are still catching lots of eater size blue cats along wind blown points and shallow flats covered in willow trees. This should continue until the water warms up a little bit more and the channels really take off.
We would like to thank everyone that fished with us this Trophy Season and we are looking forward to what next year has to offer.
Good job Brotha ... I kno it was scary making that move, packing up the whole family and moving east. You were hammering fish from the get go. Michael and Teri made a great choice. And now your living the dream keep at it congrats. Just imagine when you learn the lake Lol...