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Caddo lake 22 Mar #13483471 03/23/20 02:00 AM
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Went out with a friend for a few hours this afternoon. Started in Jeems and fished over to big green break. Water temps were steady around 63.5 the whole time. Water was almost dead calm, not what I'm used too out there lol. We(him, I didn't catch ANY but was a good net guy!!) managed to catch 1 over, 2 slots, and 4 or 5 unders. Main lure was a watermelon red fluke fished weightless around the trees. He did catch a couple on couple spinnerbait and I missed one a frog. We did see a couple beds but was tough with the cloudy dark sky and a little rain. Lake turned super foggy too later in the day. Was good to get out there.


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Any day spent on Caddo is a good day. One of the most beautiful lakes in the country...

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