Ray Hubbard Bass Club Meeting

The next meeting of the Ray Hubbard Bass Club will be this Thursday night, September 19th at Bass Pro Shops in Garland. We'll get started at 7:00PM on the patio.

RHBC officers will be set up at a table to take memberships. Treasurer Cameron Laing, Secretary Robert Whitt and VP David Mulkey will be taking money and info from you and answering your questions. Membership costs a reduced $20.00 for the lateness of the year and one membership is good for your entire immediate family.

Please keep in mind that if you are a new member, we are past the point in the year when you can fish enough tournaments to qualify for the Club Championship.

If you are a returning member, and there is no change to your contact info, merely pay your membership fee, sign the Sign In Sheet, We will mark you Paid and you are on your way.

If you are a new member, or a returning member whose info has changed, we will need you to fill out an information form. That way we can get you on the Club e-mail list. Everyone needs to sign the Sign In Sheet as each meeting you attend is worth 10 AOY points.

Topics will include results from our August tournament on Cedar Creek. Fishing was tough with only two limits caught out of 39 boats, so if you finished in the money, be prepared to tell us the how and where.

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 1)

FAIR. Water lightly stained; 48-50 degrees; 0.10 feet below pool. White bass are fair fishing deep flats in 30-35 feet with fish suspended hugging close to bottom. Crappie are slow on trees off of point or levees 30-34 feet of water with minnows working best, but jigs will get you a bite as well. Catfish are good on long flats and points in 28-35 feet of water using cut shad drifting with socks. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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