|Number: 77 Date / Time: 2/17/2010 11:31:08 AM Name: "King" Oyster
City, State: BR,La. E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: Glad to see the reports up and going again. Me and buddy are headn up next month and need all the help we can get. We like to get deep in the buckwillows and work a porko. You'll hear the squealin once we get to workin it up in the bucks !
Number: 76 Date / Time: 2/17/2010 10:16:58 AM Name: Frank
City, State: Orange Texas E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: This is info for Cody on swim baits. Yes they work on Toledo, and i have caught numerous fish on them. I favor one brand for a few reasons STORM!!! there baits come pre rigged with tough hooks and great action.My fav. is the storm perch look a like. It comes in two sizes and i throw both. These bates have been real good for me in pre spawn the last 2 years.I have also found when fishing this lure water color is not much of a concern,dirty or clear.The bait works best in any area that has a good drop off close to shore or a pocket in weed lines that can be fished without snagging. The bait come with a single hook rigged out of the top of the bait and a trebel on the belly.I often take the belly hook off when working cover it allows for less snags and has no bad effect on hooking a fish on the bite. So good luck sir and hope this was helpful, now go put some fish in the boat.
Number: 75 Date / Time: 2/17/2010 5:25:47 AM Name: Webmaster
City, State: Many, LA E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: We have just put in a new section on Toledo-Bend.Com - FISHING SCHOOL - A LOT of articles from various pro fishermen (and women) about Seasonal Fishing, Baits, Techniques, and more. Check it out!
Number: 74 Date / Time: 2/16/2010 11:21:17 AM Name: Mike
City, State: Denham Springs, La E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: I don't fish toledo much. I'll be in company tournament in march, on south end of lake.I NEED HELP! I do fish bass, just be chasing specks&reds in south la. can anyone give me some helpful hints, are some sites i can go to for reports. THANKS FOR THE INFO...If you ever need help over in the grand isle area just let me know, be happy to help out...
Number: 73 Date / Time: 2/15/2010 3:15:44 PM Name: Kevin
City, State: Festus, MO E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: Cody - that's a great question. I'd love to hear more about swimbaits at Toledo. Anyone have any experience with this on our favorite lake?
Number: 72 Date / Time: 2/11/2010 1:24:16 PM Name: Troy
City, State: Iota E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: Hey Joe I have a camp at Shadows laning not far from you at all I do Lot of fishing by myself would love to get together and trade spotsand tricks. Ill be there in about 2 weeks when I get in from Offshore send me an email
Number: 71 Date / Time: 2/10/2010 1:53:07 PM Name: Cody
City, State: Denton, TX E-Mail: email@example.com
Message: Are bass attracted to swim baits on Toledo Bend? And if so what kind and what size?
Number: 70 Date / Time: 2/9/2010 2:29:58 PM Name: Casey
City, State: Orange, TX E-Mail: cds8018@HOTMAIL.COM
Message: Fished the 6-mile area Last weekend. Caught a few fish but overall very tough. Carolina Riged watermellon french fry in 15-20 foot seemed to be the best.
Number: 69 Date / Time: 2/9/2010 12:03:09 AM Name: jerry
City, State: springfield, IL E-Mail: -No Email-
Message: The temperature is blistering cold. Unstable water levels has made for some areas of unstable ice on the lakes in illinois. ice fishing is good only for sun fish, warmouths, and a few small crappie can be caught.
Number: 68 Date / Time: 2/8/2010 11:14:18 PM Name: john
City, State: sulphur, la E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Message: People we are supose to be giving reports and tips about toledo bend. Guest Fishing Reports is not made for griping and complaining.