3 lb Largemouth Bass for Kayak Fisherman Ray, Lake Cypress Springs, Texas

Fish number 3, at Lake Cypress Springs near Mt. Vernon, TEXAS, 3 lb large mouth bass.… I was competing with the $50K bass boats with 250 hp motors… most of them were in the calmer waters of the points where the W worked just fine. I have rigged a new seat, holder for fish finder transducer and monitor, tackle box and water proof box mount that can be quickly removed.

Fish number 3, at Lake Cypress Springs near Mt. Vernon, TEXAS, 3 lb large mouth bass.… I was competing with the $50K bass boats with 250 hp motors… most of them were in the calmer waters of the points where the W worked just fine.

I have rigged a new seat, holder for fish finder transducer and monitor, tackle box and water proof box mount that can be quickly removed.

Will send pix with details later…too busy right now. Plan a river run shortly.

The W is just great….very stable and Hydro-dynamic in wind, and when paddling.

Ps. water temp is about 70 degrees. I think all the fires to our west are heating things up. Actually, they are quite devastating, many people have lost their homes and belongings. Still very dry and dangerous.

Hope you guys are thawing out!!!

Ray

Texas kayak fisherman caught 3lb large mouth bass

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3 thoughts on “3 lb Largemouth Bass for Kayak Fisherman Ray, Lake Cypress Springs, Texas”

  1. That’s a good size fish you got there. Bass boats are okay if you have a lot of time on your hands, and you don’t mind the hassle involved in using a trailer and such. But if you have just a couple hours to spend fishing, nothing beats a w kayak – You just unload it from your vehicle, drag it into the water, get inside, and start fishing.

    Paul

  2. Great report Ray, and nice LMB.

    Wait till these people here on the blog see her big sisters.

    I know you’ll be wowing us soon.

    Good luck in your tourneys and keep us posted.

    Tight lines and paddle safe all.
    Rox

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