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Toledo Bend #12334437
07/11/17 06:47 PM
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Going with the fam next week (they love the lake, have for years) and we'll be staying in the mid lake area. From what I've read on here Rayburn appears to be fishing well/better so I may be making a drive a couple of times. How's TB been fishing? Is it true the grass/hydrilla is gone?

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Re: Toledo Bend [Re: Yankinlips4] #12334514
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I hear they are finally staging up on the summertime deep spots like they're supposed to on Toledo Bend ... not much grass.





Re: Toledo Bend [Re: Yankinlips4] #12334517
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There recently had a small issue getting boat off trailer because of the grass..I am no TB expert but I saw Hydrilla and plenty of it. Not like Sam though both so close to each other but different Lakes huh.
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Re: Toledo Bend [Re: buda13] #12334526
07/11/17 07:52 PM
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Good to hear. How deep will they go out there? I've caught em in about 20-25. Never really looked much deeper than that.

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Re: Toledo Bend [Re: Yankinlips4] #12334535
07/11/17 07:58 PM
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We caught Bass in 23ft during day throwing @ a point with Hydrilla . Including a 24" Goodun look back through my posts there is a little recent TBend info and Pics.


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Re: Toledo Bend [Re: Yankinlips4] #12334550
07/11/17 08:10 PM
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Rule of thumb the closer to dam you get, the deeper they school. Like 30-40ft

Re: Toledo Bend [Re: Yankinlips4] #12334569
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Thanks guys. "Deep" can be relative and you never really know sometimes. I've got some really deep lakes here in central Texas (Travis) where they almost disappear 50'+. I've always wondered if I was going out far enough at times or what I was seeing on my charts were actually bass and not some other species.

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