Here’s how one of Mother Nature’s greatest fun-filled fishing shows is carried out, and for the most part it is a flat bottom affair.
Story and photography Matt Williams
If this February is like most, the annual white bass run will be clicking to some degree on select river system across eastern Texas. An educated guess says the spawning run won’t be hitting all cylinders just yet, but it probably won’t be long until Mother Nature turns the key to get things firing full bore on riverine hotbeds like the Sabine, Angelina, Trinity and Neches.
Plenty of folks are well aware of the fun-filled fishy storm that is brewing around them. But some may not have a clue as to how one of Mothers Nature’s greatest show is carried out.