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Jim Reaneau

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Jim was born about 80 miles east of where Lake Fork is today. He moved to the Houston area where grew up on the out skirts of town. There were many creeks and ponds to fish in. His goal was to become a touring fishing Pro. Jim fished several big tournaments an many small tournaments. He placed in a lot of the smaller tournaments and won a couple. The big tournaments required to much time away from work. These were harder to practice for. Jim met a lady from Alba Texas in 1969 and got married. He hunted in Lake Fork's bottom land before the lake was built this gave him a pretty good head start on his guide career. He bought some land on what is now the edges of Lake Fork. Jim quit his job as a manager of a corrugated box company in 1990. Built a house and has been guiding ever since.

Jim's writings cover especially Lake Fork, but his advice and tactics can be used anywhere. Contact Jim by email at bassone@peoplescom.net or visit his website at http://members.tripod.com/~bassone/

More Articles From Jim Reaneau
Sight Fishing Tips & Techniques
Jim’s Corner Article For March
What to do as a Beginner
Where did the fish go?
Tournament Fishing
Fine Tuning Points
Inlets can produce more than you would think
Jim's April Corner Article - Weightless Lizards
Baits of Spring
Art of Crappie Fishing
Jim’s October 2003 Corner Article
Jim’s Corner Monthly How to Article - Fishing the Grass
Baits of Spring
Jim's September 2002 Corner Article
Jim’s Corner Article
Fishing Change
Spring Sight Fishing
Wave Worms
Bass fishermen, which lure do you use?
Buying Fish Baits
Winter Rattle Trap Fishing
Big Baits verses Little Baits
Deep Winter fishing on Lake Fork
Fishing Shallow Water in the Winter
Approach New Lakes and Finding Fish
Using Your Electronics
Jigging Spoons And Tailspinners
The Jig and Pig
The Rattle Trap
Soft Jerk Baits
Plastic Worm Fishing
The Floating Worm
Putting Together a Pattern
Art of Buying A Fishing Rod
Fishing Crankbaits
Fishing Spinnerbaits