Bob Mauldin

Date: December 13th, 2010

Name: Lake Baccarac Lodge

Hottest Baits: Super spooks, Smithwick jerkbaits , Berkley swim baits, 10" worms in clear colors, Senkos, Power Worms, Spinnerbaits

Hottest Colors: Shad, Watermelon

Date Fished: Dec., 2010

Comments: Dec. 10th - The Jeff Kindle group reported rather slow bass fishing compared to the results earlier in the week with a few Lake Baccarac bass topping 7 pounds. Narlin reported smaller fish the last 2 days and not much action on topwater.

Dec 11th - The morning of the 11th had excellent numbers and with 5 boats reporting excellent numbers of 3 to 8 pound bass. Mike Knight doing good on numbers and size using June Bug color Senkos. Tom Johnston's boat reporting 90 largemouth this morning throwing on the bank using watermelon lizards, Paul Clark's boat fishing with Sixto had very little luck but did use topwater all morning long. Jeff Kindle's boat reported 75 bass this morning with 3 over 8 pounds all on topwater using Rico Poppers.

Dec 12th - The afternoon of the 12th Brain Zimmerman just called and landed 2 over 9 and 1 over 10 ...numbers of 2 to 5 lb bass remain very good. The morning of the 12th The top guide again is Little Juan..All 5 boats reporting lots of numbers this morning with some boats catching over 70 for the morning. Bill Everly did catch a 10.4 and 8.10 black bass fishing in 20 ft of water using watermelon 10 inch lizards. Mike Knight reported lots of solid 3 to 5 pound bass on 5 inch white flukes.

Dec 13th - The fishing turned off very slow today and with numbers only about 20 for the day. We did have 3 fish over 8 pounds ...Narlin thinks that the pattern is set for awhile and we could slower fishing for a few days

Fish Species: Largemouth Bass
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Lake Baccarac Bass
Lake Baccarac Bass

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Bob Mauldin

About The Author: Bob Mauldin

Company: Mexico Bass Fishing Adventures

Area Reporting: Mexico

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