Monday, October 22, 2007

Lake Hudson Fishing Report

Avid Angler Terry Evans sends us this report from Lake Hudson:

Spent a couple of days at Hudson and caught more bass than I ever have in a small period of time at the norh end of the lake, in the creeks. Water was fairly murky. I caught 10 largemouth on red worms with glitter. Most were in the 2-3 pound range. Most were 4-8 ft down, suspended on ledges.

At night, I landed 3 good ones on black lizards and lost one that would have topped out from 7-9 lbs, but it rapped itself around a tree branch and snapped the line (one of those 'the big one that got away' stories).

That was one of the biggest fish I've seen at Hudson. I got to see it before I lost it. It made me sick to my stomach when I lost it. My wife thought I was going to throw my rod in the lake! There's now a lunker swimming around with a hook and a lizard hanging out its mouth.

Editor's Note: Thanks for the report Terry. What a great fishing trip! Somebody go catch Terry's lunker and send in a picture and measurements...

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