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Number: 117     Date / Time: 4/15/2010 10:50:55 PM     Name: Bull
City, State: Hardwood, La.     E-Mail: Bull@cox.net

Message: Caught a 27 lb Opelousas Cat a few weeks back that looked like my old squeeze Lori. Hooked her on a 3/8 Stanley Wedge. She put up a fight just like Lori did !




Number: 116     Date / Time: 4/14/2010 9:54:32 PM     Name: Todd
City, State: Buna,Tx     E-Mail: haneydew@aol.com

Message: Unless your fishing the Mc Donalds Tourney this weekend, I would not fish Rayburn. Your best bet is to fish Toledo. Last year We had very little pressure during this time. And the fish are biting on Toledo.




Number: 115     Date / Time: 4/14/2010 6:22:14 PM     Name: Buddy
City, State: Woodville, MS     E-Mail: wbuddyman2@yahoo.com

Message: Going to Rayburn this weekend. Have not seen the lake in a while. Anyone know the water clarity and/or what baits/pattern to catch fish on?




Number: 114     Date / Time: 4/12/2010 2:55:42 PM     Name: danny
City, State: livonia,louisiana     E-Mail: danny@bplink.com

Message: i am going to toledobend this weekend 4/17/10 any suggestions for bass and crappie would be greatky appreciated




Number: 113     Date / Time: 4/12/2010 11:23:22 AM     Name: Roy
City, State: DeRidder, LA     E-Mail: rebelroy11@yahoo.com

Message: Fished Texas side. Indian Creek. Caught around 25 Bass on a watermelon red fluke. Only 10 keepers. Lost a couple that were borderline keepers. Biggest was about 4 lbs. Water temperature was between 62-65 degrees in those areas and caught fish from 6ft to 2 ft of water. All in grassy areas. Wind was coming from the EAST.




Number: 112     Date / Time: 4/9/2010 12:56:35 PM     Name: Richard
City, State: -No City, State Entered-     E-Mail: rdirector@usa.com

Message: What's the deal with the saying "When the wind is out the East, the fish bite the Least?" Does anyone agree?? If not, how should you fish during an East wind???




Number: 111     Date / Time: 4/7/2010 8:54:44 PM     Name: Richard
City, State: BMT,TX     E-Mail: ritchl05@aol.com

Message: Fished Saturday and caught several bass upto 9lbs. Most were caught on rogues and frogs. Went back today 4/7 and caught fish all morning,senkos and frogs.




Number: 110     Date / Time: 4/2/2010 9:10:58 PM     Name: thatsgre8t
City, State: florien     E-Mail: thatsgre8t@yahoo.com

Message: Been catching a good many of keeper bass early morning and late afternoon on flukes. Casting on the edge of grass on banks. Seems like you have to land the bait right on top of the fish to get a bite. Lots of 2 lb fish and a few in the 3 lb range. Not many under 14 inches.




Number: 109     Date / Time: 3/31/2010 3:17:17 PM     Name: Webmaster
City, State: Many, LA     E-Mail: fdutton@toledo-bend.com

Message: Our NEW FISH TALES section is now online! Post your fishing sotry and pictures for all to see!




Number: 108     Date / Time: 3/25/2010 1:03:01 PM     Name: mike banks
City, State: deridder la     E-Mail: mbanks63@yahoo.com

Message: fish on 3/24/10 south end of lake very windy and water temp 57-62 cought 17 fish 8 keeper one was 6lbs fish senko very very slow