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Current Fishing Report for Toledo Bend Lake

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
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Darrell W. Lyons
120 Creekside Drive
Hemphill, Tx 75948
Telephone: (936) 201-7534

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