We can assure you there is nothing like a nice fishin’ trip to keep you busy during the long Texas summer. Fishing is a form of art around here and trust us, we’ve had plenty of practice. So listen up as we share some of the Goode family fishin’ traditions.
First things first, we’ve got to make sure you’re stocked with all the Goode stuff. It’s not all about the tackle box, fishing poles and live bait, although those are definitely fishin’ trip necessities, but a cooler stocked with ice cold Texas beer is never a bad idea. Before you take off, make sure you have everything you need to not only be successful on the pond, but also to have a fun time.
Once the truck is packed, it is time to decide where you are heading. Texas is full of great places to make a Goode catch, so do some researching before you hit the road. The Texas gulf coast is always a good place to start. We also recommend visiting some of Texas’ famous lakes including Lake Fork, which holds many of the state records for largemouth bass; Caddo Lake, the only natural lake in Texas; and Canyon Lake. Whether you are heading out on a boat or kickin’ it on the riverbank, remember to sit back, relax and enjoy some quality Texas fishing time.
After the beer is gone and your cooler is full of fresh Texas seafood, it’s time to head home, invite over the neighbors and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Filet your fish, throw some Goode seasoning on it and fire up your frying pan.
Whenever you need a good excuse to get out of town, pack the cooler and go fishing.