Darrell Lyons runs DW’s Guide Service and has been guiding full time since 1990 on Toledo Bend Lake and Sam Rayburn Lake. Along with his fishing guide service Darrell offers his services as a hunting guide, combination Fishing / Golf trips. Be sure to visit Darrell’s web site at http://www.toledo-bend.net/guide or email to email@example.com
Toledo Bend Reservoir Fishing Report
April 4, 2019
Bass ~ Exellent in 3-10 ft. of water on yum dingers in fall craw color or zoom trick worms in methylate color fished wacky style on 12lb. fluoro carbon on a 7’3″ medium TFO rod paired with a revo rocket reel. Also early morning and evening on a river 2 sea whooper plopper topwater in bone or monkey butt color.
Bream ~ Good in 1-6 ft. of water. Look for sandy bottoms as bream have started bedding. Best on crickets and night crawlers under a cork.
Catfish ~ Good. Blues and channels moving back into deeper water 15-25 ft. around brush piles using catfish charlie and cut liver
Crappie ~ Good around brush in 2-8 ft. of water on black chartreuse and red chartreuse road runners. Also on minnows.
Get those kids outdoors and remember, “When it tugs on the line…SET THE HOOK!!!”
Take a kid fishing and Remember…when it tugs on your line SET THE HOOK !!! Darrell Lyons 135, creekside dr Hemphill, TX 75948 409-787 3664 WWW.TOLEDO-BEND.NET/GUIDE
Take a kid fishing, and remember…
If it tugs on the line… SET THE HOOK!
Guide Darrell W Lyons