|Number: 197 Date / Time: 2/6/2012 Name: Billy
City, State: Denham Springs, La. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: I would like to have some pictures of the lake with the water level low, if anyone has any and would like to share them I would appreciate it. Thanks,Billy
Number: 196 Date / Time: 2/4/2012 Name: frank
City, State: -No City, State Entered- E-Mail: frankiemoputon@yahoolcom
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Number: 195 Date / Time: 2/3/2012 Name: Daddygriff
City, State: Vidrine, LA E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: A buddy and I caught 36 bass Tues., 2/2/12, in 2' to 5' of water, mid lake. Fish would bite whatever you threw but best results came on watermelon red sinkos, baby brush hogs, and swimming rogues just under the surface. Also caught 2 white perch on rogues in three feet of water and both were close to 2 lbs so they are really getting shallow. water temp was 62 degrees
Number: 194 Date / Time: 1/30/2012 Name: Big Head Randy
City, State: Baytown, Texas E-Mail: *******@AOL.com
Message: Finally ..The lake has came up enough to park my boat behind the lake house. It was a gorgeous weekend on the lake. Caught a few fish, (Not as many as I would have liked) but worth putting the boat in. Wife & Grandsons had a good time fishing and went home with alot of good memorys. Fish are starting to move shallow. Most fish were in that 5-10 depth and finding good grass was the key.
Watermellon-Red Baby Brushogs with a 1/4 oz. weight caught the most fish. Will try again next weekend if weather holds. In God We Trust.
Number: 193 Date / Time: 11/20/2011 Name: Ronald DiPietro
City, State: Tioga, LA E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: Had a wild and windy day, Saturday (11/19/11). Put in at Cypress Bend..Just could not stay on the open lake and finally gave in and looked for coves with shelter from the wind..(ha ha)..we caught 12 or so under 14 and 2 over 14..mostly on texas rig plastics (worms, critters, lizard)..2 on crank bait...7 to 8 feet..with visible wood..left the lake at 1:30..started at 7:30.
Number: 191 Date / Time: 10/11/2011 Name: stephen Mccourt
City, State: deridder, La E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: Fished this entire weekend from 6am till about 3pm and caught 10 fish per day. I hit good solid 3 and 4 lb fish great for tournament fishing. I caught on spinnerbaits, zaraspooks In the grass holding tight to timber. Then later in the day i moved out to a hump in 20 feet of water and hammered good solid fish on a DD22 norman shad colored lure. It was a great day. I watched a guy catch an 8lb bass on a fluke in the grass on Saturday. The fishing is great on Toledo Bend.
Number: 190 Date / Time: 10/4/2011 Name: Ronald DiPietro
City, State: Pineville, LA E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: As of 9/30/2011 The Lake is so low..BUT the fish are biting!..Friend of mine and I caught well over 50 BASS this past Friday..Watermelon Blk..Ultravibe on main lake points..did the trick..WINDY..so I had to anchor off the point..I just sat there all day catching fish after fish...Nice!!
Number: 189 Date / Time: 6/16/2011 Name: JACK MEAUT
City, State: BEAUMONT, TEXAS E-Mail: JMEAUT@HOTMAIL.COM
Message: I have been working in the area for a few months now and fish as often as I can. I have found that with the heat, early in the morning and late in the evening, using Baby Brush Hogs (watermelon candy), has produced a wide range of action from small spotted bas to 4 to 5 pound range of good black bass in 2 to 8 feet of water. One thing is for sure, the action is fast until it gets hot (around 9 or so). I have been catching limits of fish on a regular basis! Good Luck!
Number: 188 Date / Time: 5/31/2011 2:09:47 PM Name: Tim Fontenot
City, State: Carencro, La. E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: Fished the Texas side on the south end of the lake, just south of Housen Bay from 5/27-5/30. Caught 10-12 nice bass each day on Zarra Spooks in early morning and late afternoon, on top of the grass near the banks. When it began to warm up we switched to watermelon/red brush hogs and Zoom speed craw. Fished from daybreak till about 9:00, and again from 6:30 p.m. till dark.