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Lake Report-Bacarrac

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I couldn’t wait to get back to share the report from three incredible days of fishing at Lake Baccarac.

Dates fished: June 9 – 11, 2008

Fishermen: Andy Joiner, Thomas Joiner, Peyton Ashmore and Wesley Gallops

Special Occasion: Celebrating Thomas Joiner’s high school graduation

Weather: Sunny to partly cloudy to overcast to brief shower – temperature 80 – 95 º.

Guides: Sixto/Martin; Eddie

Gigs and Baits:

Andy: 12-5lbs Excalibur lipless – purple/white w/orange throat

10-5lbs Spro lipless – green/silver

Thomas: 10-5lbs Swimbait – white w/chartreuse tail

Peyton: 10-5lbs Swimbait – white w/chartreuse tail

10-2lbs Black/blue jig w/8” black Senko

Wesley: 11-14lbs Black/blue jig w/8” black Senko

10-7lbs 1 oz Rattle Trap – Chrome w/chartreuse

10-2lbs 1 oz Rattle Trap – Chrome w/chartreuse

Eight fish over 10 lbs.

Numerous big fish got away including one that hit a swimbait close to the boat and dove hard, taking the anonymous fisherman’s Allstar rod and Shimano Curado reel with him (the $200 fish).

Total fish caught over 3 days = 757! Unbelievable – Great trip! Thanks for everything.

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Could I ask about what the trip cost you? If not, that fine. Sounds amazing!

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my boss was there in feburary and is still raving about it. i belive he payed likr $2500 a pop. but he tends to exaggerate a bit. his pics didn't lie though. what a great fishing destination.

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