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Current Fishing Report for Toledo Bend Lake

Toledo Bend Reservoir Fishing Report
for
May 14, 2014

Mid-South Lake Report

BASS ~ Excellent, early on a 3:16 lure company mission minnowin bream color. Fished over grass in 10 to 14 ft. of water on a 7'11" mag heavy TFO swim bait rod and 20# flour carbon line. After that change to a 6xd crankbait in a shad pattern and move out to 18 to 28 ft. of water around river bends. For best results fish a 7'6" medium light TFO rod paired with 30lb. Fins wind tamer or 12# flouro carbon. On tough days go to a texas rigged red bug straight tail worm. Night fishing starting to pay off with big fish coming on 14" black neon worms.

CRAPPIE ~ Excellent, on minnows and 1/16 oz. jigs in black/chartreuse over brush piles in 20 to 32 ft. of water.

BREAM ~ Exellent, around sandy bottoms fish on beds in 2 to 8 ft. of water on crickets.

CATFISH ~ Excellent,on catfish charlie over baited holes in 15 to 20 ft. of water. For big cats try the new TFO 9' rod with cut shad in same areas.

  

Darrell W. Lyons
120 Creekside Drive
Hemphill, Tx 75948
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