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Guide Report Lake Waco #12480361 10/27/17 12:01 AM
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Yesterday afternoon I met a customer at Lake Waco about 3:30pm to do some White Bass fishing. We headed out across the lake on a perfect 80 degree sunny day and decided to see what was going on over at the dam. The first aerator we stopped at was holding fish, so we anchored up. The first lure tried was a white slab with mediocre results. Next, I caught some shad while he was working a diving crankbait. After the crankbait we tried live shad, silver spoons, tandem white marabou jigs, and several sizes and colors of bomber slabs. All of those yielded an occasional fish, but then we found what they really wanted.....a green and white Little George. When he started throwing that Little George he was hooking up with every cast. He was pulling in White Bass in the 2 lbs range with every throw! Just before sundown he had his limit of fish and we headed back to the boat ramp on the afternoon of one of the prettiest days I can remember. I sure love fall weather.

If you enjoy White Bass fishing then I can put you on them. Give me a call or text me at (817) 929-7636. My rate is $250 for 2 people, and $50 for each additional person up to 5 people. 1 child 12 or under fishes for free per trip. I offer morning or afternoon trips for White Bass on Lake Waco. Give me a call and book your trip today! My name is Charles.

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Re: Guide Report Lake Waco [Re: bluesea112] #12480407 10/27/17 12:39 AM
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They work great on a Tawakoni.



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Re: Guide Report Lake Waco [Re: bluesea112] #12481013 10/27/17 03:20 PM
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Hah, that customer was me. Lol. Thanks again Charles for a fun afternoon. I'm still looking for that green and white Little George. Academy's and Walmart don't have it. I may have to paint my own with powder paint.
Ya'll need to give Charles a call. He's a great guy and he'll work his butt off for you.

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Re: Guide Report Lake Waco [Re: bluesea112] #12485288 10/31/17 04:28 AM
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Thanks for the kind words. I have been looking for that color as well. Powder paint may be the way to go.

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You're right. That was a lime green over white Humdinger. Thanks. I will order some.

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They're good little baits.

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Where do you order those baits?

Re: Guide Report Lake Waco [Re: bluesea112] #12491556 11/04/17 12:55 PM
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I like the giant flutter spoons humdinger makes. They are inexpensive and excellent for hybrids. I buy mine at Boris marine whenever I'm in the N Fort Worth area. He also has the entire humdinger line so I'm sure you can find them there or order online. You may want to take a look at the ones RSR lures makes as well. They are called tailspins and I like to work them off the bottom like a TX rig, cast and wind, or you can even slab them.


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Re: Guide Report Lake Waco [Re: bluesea112] #12492630 11/05/17 08:33 AM
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This is why I love this forum. Thanks for the help on the lure name guys. You were spot on. The Humdinger website says these stores carry their lures:

Boris Marine
Fishin' World
Fun -N- Sun Boats, Hurst
Goodys Marina and Tackle
Karlens Tackle (Lake Amistad) Del Rio, Texas
Midway Landing
Olsen's Pro Am Fishing Shop
Southwestern Parts And Repair
Tackle Depot
Wooded Acres Bait & Tackle (Richland Chambers)

You can also order directly from the guy who makes them. Call him at 817-475-3538. He is in North Rickland Hills, TX.



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