When your favorite fishing hole takes a beating or completely dies, what next? Diagnose and then begin the rehab process to get things back to normal.
Four years ago the weeds started showing up, some kind of spindly vegetation that isn’t the same as the slimy algae in some waterways. My first thought was “Cool!” as I caught bass with a topwater frog on top and Texas-rigged tubes or craws underneath.
A year later, there was more vegetation along with evidence of some kind of animal. We determined it was an otter. Not good for fishing, but otters do what they do — eat fish. The third year, vegetation had completely…READ MORE.