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Number: 17     Date / Time: 6/7/2009 3:40:52 PM     Name: Kathy Thibodaux
City, State: Prairieville,LA     E-Mail: jeffnkathy@eatel.net

Message: I want to let the Redneck Angel know that the Sepulvado's is a nice place. Ms. Maudie Woodruff the owner is a sweet lady we just love her! My husband and I fish Toledo Bend alot, in fact we have our camper at the Sepulvado's. My husband said to tell you, that when yall launch your boat go straight across from the boat launch to the other side. You will see a cove with a large satelite. Start fishing this area when you first come into the cove ,then go to your right and fish the Satelite area. After fishing this area and you are coming out you can go to your right and try there and you can also go staight across from the area with the satelite. All are good spots. Fish a weightless Senko worm (blue or purple) and try a Rage Frog near lily pads. Hope yall have a great anniversary and yall catch alot of fish.




Number: 16     Date / Time: 6/3/2009 3:44:02 PM     Name: elizabeth whitaker
City, State: tallulah la     E-Mail: redneckangels2005@yahoo.com

Message: My husband and I are visiting Toledo Bend the weekend of 6-12-09. This is our first trip there and we dont really know where to fish for bass, also we are staying at Supvelados landing does anyone know if its nice or not? This is our 1st anniversary and I dont want to be in a dump!!!!




Number: 15     Date / Time: 6/2/2009 8:44:03 AM     Name: Joe
City, State: Gary, Texas     E-Mail: jstall@ndemand.com

Message: We fish out of Huxley Sunday morning. Weather was beautiful the water was a little off color. We only caught two White Perch. We caught a few big bream and lots of small catfish and a ton of Gau. We fished 10' to 40' FOW. There were about six other boats out fishing the floating G. Salvinia. Did not see them catch much. We fished from Huxley to pass English bay.




Number: 14     Date / Time: 5/20/2009 1:40:09 PM     Name: Troy
City, State: Iota, la     E-Mail: harmonfam@charter.net

Message: I will be fishing in Teledo Bend on 5/29/09. The only problem is I have never fished there before I hae heard many stories of the beauti of the area. Can anyone help me by telling me a good place to lanch, where to buy bait and lodging. I need a nice size launch because I have a pontoon boat. We will be fishing for white perch and bream. Thanks for any help you can give me!




Number: 13     Date / Time: 5/20/2009 1:40:09 PM     Name: Troy
City, State: Iota, la     E-Mail: harmonfar@charter.net

Message: I will be fishing in Teledo Bend on 5/29/09. The only problem is I have never fished there before I hae heard many stories of the beauti of the area. Can anyone help me by telling me a good place to lanch, where to buy bait and lodging. I need a nice size launch because I have a pontoon boat. We will be fishing for white perch and bream. Thanks for any help you can give me!




Number: 12     Date / Time: 5/19/2009 1:55:54 PM     Name: Amanda
City, State: -No City, State Entered-     E-Mail: amanda.thomas@bxs

Message: My boyfriend and I went to Ragtown to check out the campground for an up coming camping trip. While we were there we wet our hooks for a few hours at the boat ramp. We were fishing with worms on corks at first. Lots of little bluegill out there. Then we switched it up and fished off the bottom. He caught some Catfish. They had some growing up to do though. Can't wait to go back and really do some serious camping and fishing. This will be the first time in a boat on Toledo Bend. I hope I don't get lost.




Number: 11     Date / Time: 5/19/2009 10:09:35 AM     Name: RIck
City, State: Lake Charles     E-Mail: rickdodd14@yahoo.com

Message: I have been fishing toledo bend the last few weeks and have had a lot of luck on white perch. find some sunken tops and fish on the bottom or a slip cork. Bass have also have been good in deeper water off of points in 10-30ft of water. bream are great you can catch the just about anywhere in the lake line worms and berm jigs.




Number: 10     Date / Time: 5/18/2009 11:33:38 AM     Name: Talmadge Stutts
City, State: monroe, La     E-Mail: stutts0177@yahoo.com

Message: I am going to toledo bend 05/28/09 for serveral days, will be fishing for bream south end, any one have any fishing reports or pointers for me?




Number: 9     Date / Time: 5/18/2009 2:32:58 AM     Name: David Craft
City, State: Anacoco La.     E-Mail: dccompanyman@yahoo.com

Message: I am in China, working. I miss everything about Teledo Bend. BOO HOOOOOOO




Number: 8     Date / Time: 5/15/2009 9:46:59 PM     Name: Alex Collette
City, State: hemphill tx     E-Mail: collette_45@hotmail.com

Message: around the loews creek area i have been on summer patterns mainly fishing deeper points and humps 15 to 30 feet with carolina riged lizards and creature baits and getting pritty good numbers about 10 to 15 in four or five hours and they were all between 1 to 5 pounds. but you have to look pritty had and really pay attention to your depth finders and check alot of spots and really work them over good. good luck and be safe. hope yall have fun.