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Why no good Houston area trails? #12535954
12/12/17 08:39 PM
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Liberty Hill, Tx
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Unless I am just not looking in the right places, it seems like you fish Conroe only or you have to drive to central Texas or east Texas.

There ought to be a trail that hits Conroe, Livingston, Richland Chambers, Coleto Creek, Somerville etc. Anyone know of such a trail?


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Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12535993
12/12/17 09:19 PM
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Spring & New Braunfels, Texas
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Well, Livingston bass fishing is below average, RC and CC are not Houston area, both are more than 2 hours from town. IMHO, Somerville fishes small during tournaments. Hope that helps. I'd rather drive to Rayburn and Toledo Bend for a tournament.

Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12536066
12/12/17 10:27 PM
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The SE Texas Region of the BASS Federation fishes Conroe, Livingston, Rayburn, Toledo, Coleto, and Richland Chambers next year. Not necessarily in that order.


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Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12536125
12/12/17 11:27 PM
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Lake Conroe
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Anglers-Quest runs a series on Conroe, Livingston, Houston & Rayburn, you can fish any of the tournaments with the one time annual membership fee, after that you just pay your entry fee at whichever tournament you decide to fish.


Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12536932
12/13/17 03:52 PM
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I've fished the fed and all that, looking for a team deal for myself and the old man. A buddy of mine sent me the Anglers Quest info, but it looks like they are all independent series for each lake. We may just end up doing that I guess.


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Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12537124
12/13/17 06:19 PM
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Fish Bass Champs -- East ...... Toledo bend and Sam Rayburn.
tough field ,,,, but BC is run by a great group.
Chad & Jeff do a wonderful job.
and the $$$$ ain't bad either.

Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12538865
12/15/17 02:13 AM
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I haven't fished anglers quest since Bill passed but it was a good trail. Some good local fishermen were in it. That's who I would recommend for Houston.

Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12540518
12/16/17 08:10 PM
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Not a lot of Lakes in Houston area that are good enough to draw enough teams to survive. And Rayburn is closer than RC & Colletto for a lot of us.
But if you feel RC is close enough for you than maybe check Media Bass. They run a few divisions in that area.

Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxBazzn] #12540531
12/16/17 08:28 PM
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Look up bayou bassin league on facebook

Re: Why no good Houston area trails? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12540581
12/16/17 10:01 PM
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TxAgfisher,

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