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toledo Bend #12448820
10/01/17 04:51 PM
10/01/17 04:51 PM
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saibling Offline OP
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Anyone willing to share some tips, spots, insights on Toledo Bend. I fish Sam Rayburn a lot, my home lake, so I'm a little spoiled. however have been hitting Toledo Bend catching a few fish however feel I am missing something. Any help appreciated.

Re: toledo Bend [Re: saibling] #12448836
10/01/17 05:03 PM
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Caddo Lake
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from the looks of bfl this weekend.....it is TOUGH!

Re: toledo Bend [Re: saibling] #12448973
10/01/17 06:37 PM
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Best tip I can give you is be careful they are dropping water and we saw tree's popping up in the boat lanes.

Re: toledo Bend [Re: BASS COACH] #12449114
10/01/17 08:23 PM
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Downtown Tomball, Texas
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Originally Posted By: BASS COACH
from the looks of bfl this weekend.....it is TOUGH!


I was there yesterday fishing the Cowboy, it was tough. My boater spent three days pre-fishing, he caught one keeper, I zeroed. The bite was weird, they'd hit a c-rig, tap it and gone, did that all day. Somebody will find them, it was not me.


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Re: toledo Bend [Re: saibling] #12449350
10/02/17 12:26 AM
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fished Saturday as well, scouting spots, finished with two keepers and 3 short. 4 bass related to hydrilla, 1 on a clay point. It was tough.

Re: toledo Bend [Re: saibling] #12449427
10/02/17 01:44 AM
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I fished the BFL as well. Practiced Friday had a few bites on ridges and ledges about 20' set the hook on a couple and they were 2lb fish. I also caught one and had a couple blow ups on yellow magic in small coves off the main lake.
Saturday morning from 7:30 until 10:00 I tried top water, frogs, chatterbaits, square bills and soft plastics shallow and caught a few small fish.
At 10:05 I pulled up to a deep spot my co angler and I caught 5 fish right off the bat with 2 for me and 1 for him going in the box. We thought this was going to be the deal since I marked a pretty good school but they shut off as quick as it started and we never got another bite.
Only my second time fishing TB so there are a whole lot better qualified to ask but like the earlier post said it was a tough bite and the bites we had were real light.


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