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Baccarac Fishing Report

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From Jim Farrow:

Dave Seitenbach, Randy Wedel, Dean Akin, and Jim Farrow, caught 477 fish in 4 days! Each of us caught our personal best on the trip, w/ 3 fish over 10, 2 over 9, 13 over 8, and 19 over 7, and countless others in the 5-6# range. In fact, one of our group caught so many fish that he was, "en fuego", as he described it. The black jig w/ Senko trailer was the big fish bait, although my biggest fish and several others over 8 were caught on a rattletrap. The food was great, the service was excellent, and the guides, Juan and Cluadio, were good as they come. Needless to say, we had a blast, and can't wait to come back to Baccarac.

From Charles Townsend

Our group fished June 26-29th at Lake Baccarac Lodge and enjoyed another great trip. We did not catch as many fish as last time, but the big fish bite was on. All 4 of us caught our largest bass! Big fish were as follows: 10-14, 10-10, 10-7, and a 10-3. A number of 9 lb fish were caught, along with lots of 6-8 lb fish. We rarely caught a fish under 4 lbs! Best baits were 1 oz jigs, swimbaits, and some ratl-traps and crankbaits. Food and hospitality were great as always. The last day a MAJOR thunderstorm rolled into the area and we were forced off the lake early - looks like the rainy season has begun. We will be back!!

The last group of the season departed July 5th and reported an excellent big fish bite. The BassChamp boys Chad Potts, Jeff Massey and others landed fish over 12 pounds. Gil Wright made the last trip of the season and also managed a fish over 10 pounds. Others also reported trophies. The Lodge is closed until Sept 22nd other than a couple small groups coming over the next 6 weeks.

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