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Can you believe it’s already mid July? Wow! It’s crazy how fast summer flies by and how slow the winter crawls. I’ve been keeping very busy out floating on the water and I’m happy to admit that the bass have been jumping into the boat to join me. Between guide trips, preparation and actual tournaments, I’ve got the pleasure to see some really nice fish and better yet while out doing guide trips I’ve got the honor of seeing and sharing some fine people’s firsts! First bass, first bass on a frog, first bass sight fished and first four pound bass of the year, I’ve been fortunate to share with the very people that made them happen.


The bass are finally starting to school up in big numbers on their usual summer haunts. This is my favorite time of year to catch them as the potential for a trophy or multiple trophies is never more possible. The long spring slowed down the spawn and really put the vegetation in a funk, with the warmer weather as of late and forecasted into the future things should continue to balance out nicely.



My schedule looks to be filling quickly but there’s still some available space for a few guide trips. I’ve also been getting quite a few inquiries regarding the upcoming fall smallie bite! I personally am hoping for a long fall as the smallmouth action will be off the charts!

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Welcome to JoshDouglasFishing.com! A site dedicated to my avid fishing career. Join me as I share my honest approach to chasing a childhood dream full of obstacles, failures and successes, while traveling across the nation competing and advancing to the sports highest levels. I’ll share all that I learn from new tips and techniques as well as the hottest tackle and equipment. Join me as I document the everyday rigors of tournament bass fishing from the business as a whole, to the practice and all the way to the weigh-in stage!

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