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#11485203 - 03/18/16 07:47 AM Toledo Bend Update
Jpurdue Offline
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Registered: 04/28/14
Posts: 1121
Loc: NW Houston
The water is still very muddy. At mid lake you've got around 1 foot of visibility near the mouth of creek arms. Toward the back you've got much less. The cleanest water I found was Buck Creek down south. Some of the southern arms were worse off than mid lake though. The water temp was 62-68 most places. We did not see any floaters, we ran the lake without issue. Fish are up on beds but seeing them is the challenge right now. We caught them pretty well around or inside hay grass on blades and plastic, although we never found the really big ones. Apparently some folks are though, because some giants have been weighed in during the past few days. Boat traffic is extremely heavy. Be prepared for company! Good luck!
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#11486448 - 03/18/16 05:52 PM Re: Toledo Bend Update [Re: Jpurdue]
Shaun Lowe Offline
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Registered: 04/20/13
Posts: 209
Thanks...Thinking about heading there next week.

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