Fishing Plastics

Fishing Plastics

One of the greatest inventions in fishing was the plastic worm.  It changed the game.  The lure made it possible to fish right in the middle of weeds and grass.  It moved with life-like grace taunting the fish lurking below.  As the years went by many other shapes and sizes were introduced.  Different plastic hardness, colors, […]

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Boat and Water Safety

As I sat there preparing to reel my line in after one of the best casts of the day, I was congratulating myself on the accuracy of the placement of that big old square billed crankbait with two sets of treble hooks on it.  I had to have casted it a good 30 yards towards […]

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Welcome

Welcome

Hi!  I just want to welcome you to the all new Untamed Sportsman web pages.  It  is a work in progress and will be going through a growing process that I think many of you will really like. I want to create an online social environment where people can get together and share their love for […]

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Falcon Lake, Zapata TX

Falcon Lake, Zapata TX

Falcon Lake is by far the place where I have caught the best, big, black bass.  It is also a lake on the Texas-Mexico border.  It is split down the middle by buoys that delineate the US side and the Mexico side.  Because of this, I suggest that everyone in the boat has a Mexican fishing […]

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Amistad Lake, Del Rio Texas

Amistad Lake, Del Rio Texas

Del Rio, Texas is on the US-Mexico border.  Lake Amistad is actually half in the US and half in Mexico.  It is split down the middle with marker buoys to let you know where the international line is.  I have fished; this lake for a good 20 years and have never had any trouble.  There are […]

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Elephant Butte Lake, NM

Elephant Butte Lake, NM

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Elephant Butte Lake, NM

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Elephant Butte Lake, NMElephant Butte is the only lake of any size within 3 hours of El Paso, Texas or Las Cruces, NM.  The lake is fed by the Rio Grande that flows from southwestern Colorado, through New Mexico and down through Texas to the […]

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