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|Posted on Tuesday, January 10, 2006 - 9:39 am: ||
Toledo Bend Fishing Report
Mid Lake and South End
JANUARY 9, 2006
Low lake level seems to be the topic on everyone's
mind. Even with our lake being low it's still one of
the largest reservoirs in the United States. The fish
didn't pack up and move, and there are boat ramps that
have been worked on so we have access to the lake. As
far as boat lanes, low water or not boaters should
never take markers for granted. If you are not
familiar with the area be cautious. So bring a map,
camera and a spiral notebook and take full advantage
of the low water because the rains will come and the
lake will rise!
Water Temp.~ 50* to 61*
Lake Level ~ 162.73
no generating at this time .
BASS ~ Good. Start with a drop shot 4" ox blood or
watermelon/green flake cut tail worm in 22' to 38' of
water. as day warms drag a carolina rigged black/blue
tube in 12ft to 15ft of water. Remember to spray all
your baits with Kick N Bass.
BREAM ~ Slow. On worms and Berkly Power Maggots in 16'
to 25' of water over brush on edge of creeks.
CRAPPIE ~ Good. Around old river in 28 to 35' of water
on shinners and 1/16 oz. red/chartreuse colored tubes.
STRIPERS ~ Good. Use electronics to locate bait fish
along flats in 14' to 30' of water. Then use live carp
in these areas. Look for schooling fish during mid
CATFISH ~ Exellent. In 28' to 42' of water on Catfish
Charlie and liver over baited holes.
WHITE BASS ~ Slow. Along main lake flats in 20' to 24'
of water on a green/white Rinky Dink.
RR1, Box 1511
Hemphill, Tx 75948