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Caddo #13401212 01/12/20 04:50 AM
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Heading out to Caddo in the morning and have never been there this time of year. Any advice?


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Re: Caddo [Re: Wishicaughtmore] #13401235 01/12/20 05:27 AM
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We were there on Thursday. Spinnerbaits and bladed jigs around docks and trees got us bit. We stayed on Texas side. Lake looked great. Water temps were 52-54 then. We stayed ay a house on the lake during the evenings but fished other lakes during the day. We saw schooling bass in front of the dock at the house each day.

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Just take some a-rigs and cover water. Not much else producing besides what Mark was doing to catch some jackfish. Lol Flipping bite is nonexistent so far this winter. Lake is on the rise and I’m sure it’s muddy up some with the 95 mph winds reported on it. I opted to stay home today and not even bother with it


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Originally Posted by mudd
I’m sure it’s muddy up some with the 95 mph winds reported on it. I opted to stay home today and not even bother with it

That's a Category 1 hurricane.
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