January and February are usually the toughest months of fishing for the entire year. Cold fronts, winds, rain, freezes; if it's coming, it will probably be in January or February. This year was the exception. We had temperatures ranging from the low 60's to the low 80's. The hands down winner this month was Bob Rose. I helped that he drew a beautiful day with light winds and a high of around 80, and the fish were in the mood! Singlehandly, Bob put 40+ quality fish in the boat in a morning of fishing, and that was better than anyone else did even is groups. Bob said he'd never experienced fishing like that in Texas.
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