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Jody Pfannenstiel enjoys fishing the many weed and grass beds at Wilson Reservoir. He'll also fish the lake's legendary rock formations, too.
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A top-water popper tricked this nice smallmouth into striking.
Unhooking a nice smallmouth that hit a top-water lure.
Jody Pfannenstiel looks for the next fishing spot on Wilson Reservoir.
Jody Pfannenstiel enjoys fishing the many weed and grass beds at Wilson Reservoir.
A smallmouth that fell for a Zara Spook.
Lifting a nice smallmouth aboard at Wilson Reservoir.
A plastic frog, with the hooks facing up, is a great lure for fishing flooded weeds and grasses.
Jody Pfannenstiel with a nice Wilson smallmouth.
Flooded cattails and reeds also make for good bass fishing at Wilson Reservoir.
A largemouth bass jumps to throw a lure at Wilson Reservoir.
A smallmouth bass jumps to throw a lure at Wilson Reservoir.
A nice largemouth caught on a jig, fished around rocks where fish feed on crawdads.
Jody Pfannenstiel pulls a bass from some of Wilson's legendary smallmouth rocks.
A smallmouth bass caught on a jig that imitates a crawdad.
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A plastic frog fished amid flooded vegetation is a great bass-catcher at Willson Reservoir.
Jody Pfannenstiel with a largemouth bass, left, and smallmouth bass he caught one morning at Wilson Resrvoir.
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