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RAPALA’S NEW COASTAL COLORS MATCH THE SALTWATER HATCH The best new Rapala baits for saltwater fishing just got better, with the addition of several new color patterns — Hot Purple, Mangrove Minnow, Mullet, Pinfish, Pilchard, Carbon, Purple Mackerel and Bone. “Rapala has always made the premier lures for saltwater fishing,” said Capt. George Poveromo, host of “George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing” on NBC Sports Outdoors. “These new color patterns will only solidify Rapala’s position as the leader in bringing innovative and quality lures to those serious about the sport of saltwater fishing.” X-Rap Twitchin’ baits An aggressive side-to-side action gives Twitchin’ Minnows and Twitchin’ Mullets a unique walk-the-dog presentation just below the water’s surface. Both keep tracking true at a fast cadence, but sink slowly when paused. The Twitchin’ Mullet measures 3 1/8 inches, weighs 7/16 ounces and comes armed with two 2/0 VMC Coastal Black1X Inline Single Hooks. Twitchin’ Minnows are available in two sizes. Size 10 measures 4 inches, weighs 1/2 ounce and comes armed with two 2/0 VMC Coastal Black 1X Inline Single Hooks. Size 12 is 4 3/4 inches long, weighs 15/16 ounce and sports two 4/0 VMC Coastal Black 1X Inline Single Hooks. Retail Price: $9.99

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Record-setting start to 2018 Lone Star Outdoor News In just over two months, anglers in Texas have set four state records and 34 water body records. The state records, all from the Sabine Lake area, are each for typical freshwater species — but the fish were caught in saltwater, establishing state saltwater records. Were the catches due to increased fresh water in the bay after the heavy rains that followed Hurricane Harvey? Maybe, to some degree, according to Ron Smith of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, who maintains the records. “That’s possible, but I think some people just found a gap in the records,” Smith said. The record fish were largemouth bass, bowfin and channel catfish (with the first record already being broken this year), all fish known to inhabit brackish waters. On Jan. 5, Betty Vail, of Bridge City, landed a 5.37-pound channel catfish at Sabine Lake to set the first state record of the year. She topped that mark on Jan. 28 with a 7.43-pounder. Not to be outdone, Robert Vail landed a 6.81-pound bowfin to set another mark. On the Sabine River on Feb. 8, Matt Bertrand, of Orange, caught a 6.81-pound bowfin on a crankbait, another state record in saltwater.

WATER BODY RECORDS (THROUGH MARCH 7) Alvarado Park March 7 Channel catfish Naconiche March 4 Black crappie Brazos Lake Feb. 28 Largemouth bass Inks Lake Feb. 25 River carpsucker Inks Lake Feb. 25 Longnose gar Blaco State Park #1 Feb. 24 Hybrid sunfish Somerville Feb. 23 White bass Sheldon Feb. 22 Black crappie Eagle Mountain Feb. 18 Yellow bass Woman Hollering Creek Feb. 17 Largemouth bass Martin Creek Reservoir Feb. 17 Blue catfish Lake Corpus Christi Feb. 17 Freshwater drum Blanco River Feb. 16 Rainbow trout Sam Rayburn Feb. 9 Common carp Sabine River Feb. 8 Largemouth bass Lake Fork Feb. 4 White crappie Medina River Feb. 4 Largemouth bass Bob Sandlin Feb. 3 Blue catfish Bonham City Feb. 2 Black crappie Somerville Feb. 1 Black crappie Houston Jan. 30 Blue catfish Somerville Jan. 28 White crappie Sabine Lake Jan. 28 Channel catfish Llano River Jan. 27 Guadalupe bass Granbury Jan. 15 White crappie Hubbard Creek Jan. 13 White bass Toledo Bend Jan. 12 Bowfin Granbury Jan. 11 Black buffalo White Rock Lake Jan. 10 Channel catfish Sabine Lake Jan. 9 Bowfin Somerville Jan. 7 Black crappie Hubbard Creek Jan. 7 Blue catfish Sabine Lake Jan. 5 Channel catfish White/Yellow bass hybrid Worth Jan. 4

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New baitcasting, spinning reels from Shimano New fishing reels are coming this spring from Shimano. Baitcasting Shimano introduced the Bantam, its first low-profile baitcasting reel, 40 years ago. In late March, the new Bantam 150 MGL will be offered in six models and three gear ratios. “We went back to the legacy we built with the original metal construction reels, and took advantage of 40 years of ever-expanding technology,” said Trey Epich with Shimano’s product development staff. Bringing the rigidity of a machined round reel to a low-profile reel, anglers will experience the Bantam MGL’s “Core Solid Body” design. Among the many features is the super light MGL spool, especially helpful when casting lighter soft plastics and smaller hard baits. The sensitivity will be apparent. “You can feel the vibration of your lure going through weeds or rolling over a rock,” Epich said. The suggested retail price of all sizes is $349.99. Spinning Shimano’s new Stella FJ reels bring the company’s top technological advancements to its spinning reel lineup. In five models, the reels cover everything from panfish to sailfish. Anglers will notice new Shimano technology, including MicroModule II gear system, enhanced HAGANE concept constructed gear and body, X-Protect and SilentDrive. “We take smooth rotation to an even higher level with SilentDrive, and a long list of micro adjustments and enhancements to reduce any handle play and eliminate any clicking noise in all moving parts,” Epich said. The Stella FJ reels will be available in early April. Suggested retail prices begin at $699.99.

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THE SPRINGTIME WADE

By Craig Nyhus

Lone Star Outdoor News The anticipation of a spring wade-fishing trip for big speckled trout had the anglers itching to slide out of the boat. Leaving at first light, an early morning fog required the boat to slow to a crawl for a few minutes on the trip south. Finally, the first stop. You drop into the water, hoping your feet connect with the bottom quickly and the bay floor is firm. Then, there is the initial shock and gasp when the water reaches waist-high. During the wade, your feet connect with something. Grass? A rock? Something alive? You can’t see the bottom so you wonder what it was. You keep going, catching a few fish along the way. Then, the bottom gets softer. You nerve-rackingly wonder how far your feet will sink and how far you’ll have to go before you reach a firm foothold. The morning moves on, and you keep casting, catching a few small ones, but not what you’re hoping for. You work the lure along the bottom, changing your popping technique, looking for the strike. You're casting to each side, changing up your pace of retrieve, hoping that will change your luck. But the big girl never bites. Back in the boat and heading to the next spot, you

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quickly shove some food in your mouth. The anglers' backs are tightening, and the eager chatter of the morning has faded to near silence. You get out again and keep casting. A cloud bank has formed along the beachfront and the winds pick up. More humidity is felt in the air. Water slaps at the waders’ backs, occasionally sending a few drops over the top and down. The Langmuir circulation lines create streams of foam on the water’s surface. A redfish hits your lure, exciting the angler for a brief moment after the strike, but the long, steady run of the red tempers the thrill. One angler drops more than 50 yards behind the line of waders. He’s either had a bad backlash or some equipment failure. You hope he’s not on his cell phone. During the last wade, with the anglers’ smiles dwindling and the wind howling, it was apparent that this may not be the day when a trophy trout gets hooked. The familiar, “Let’s call it,” is heard, and no one complains. No big sow trout were landed, but the smell of the air and the mud and the sounds of the water and the whir of the reel make it worthwhile. On the ride home, you’re ready to do it all again the next day. That big trout is still out there — waiting.

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