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Fish Explorer Texas Field Editors

We aim to be the most well-rounded, thorough, and up-to-date resource for fishing information in Texas. To accomplish this takes a lot of people, not just the pros and experts, but the typical fishermen like all of us who simply enjoy going out fishing and learning and sharing our love of the sport.

Fish Explorer Field Editors are a great sampling of anglers who are not only good at what they do, but knowledgable and responsible fishermen who understand that sharing their love of fishing and their care for the resources goes a long way in making fishing better for everyone. Field Editors not only write blogs on, but also help manage the fishing information and helpers in their region.

When you get a chance, thank your field editors and visit their bio pages by clicking on the links below. They are some of the freshest minds in Texas fishing.
Lloyd Tackitt State Editor
I live on the edge of the Brazos River. I walk out my front door and into the river and - boom - I am fishing just like that. For me the river is fascinating. The mile long stretch I fish is a microcosm of the river, I have it all in that one mile. Trying to figure out where the fish are, what they are doing, why they are doing it, what they are biting, if they are biting - this is what keeps me in the river casting flys. I fly fish almost exclusively. It isnít that I am a fly fishing snob, itís that fly fishing works Ė itís effective - and it has added benefits. I carry all my tackle in a vest, no tackle box needs to be dragged along. The casting itself is fun, even when I donít catch fish Iíve enjoyed the experience of casting. Fly rods enhance the experience of bringing fish in. I like the hands on the line feel instead of the feel of line spooling up on a reel and muted down through a gear and crank system. Fish fight better and feel better on a fly rod. Fly fishing just feels better to me than other methods.
Recent Blogs
River Levels (10.31.18)
Big Pattern Change (10.18.18)
Fishing Fitness (10.14.18)
Dave Mauldin
Dave is a professional angler, serious conservationist, and dedicated to the sport of bass fishing. Dave has been competing and representing his sponsors professionally for the past 20+ years. Both Dave and his associate companies are very proud to be working together. He was the first FLW pro to break the 100# mark, and held the FLW record during 2006/2007: 105 lbs 8oz at Amistad during his first visit there. Associates: Bass Cat Boats, Royal Purple Lubricants, American Rodsmiths, House Medic, Stanley Jigs, SolarBat Sunglasses, Seaguar, TTI Blakemore, Cool Foot, Mend-It
Chad Ferguson
Chad is a native Texan and catfish guide located in North Texas and operates under the name of North Texas Catfish Guide Service. Chad has been fishing for catfish all of his life. If it has whiskers he will fish for it but prefers fishing for blue and channel catfish and loves chasing after trophy class blue catfish on rod and reel. In addition to being a catfish guide he also writes two popular blog where he share all of his catfishing tips and tricks called Catfish Edge and Learn To Catch Catfish as well as being an outdoor writer and photographer for several magazines and outdoor media publications.

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