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caddo lake help #13994623 05/12/21 03:13 PM
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Me and my 12 year old son went camping and exploring the lake last weekend to learn the lake before taking the whole family down there this weekend for my 50th...
anyway , we caught a couple of nice bream but we did not fish enough to learn anything about where to look for them, and did not have a bite for catfish

taking the wife and all 3 kids down there tomorrow and really wanted to figure out a pattern and where to look for bream or catfish

I am not looking for secret spots or honey holes , but any help on the lake would be much appreciated . launching at johnsons ranch this trip and exploring more of the lake as it is such a beautiful body of water , but I know I do not know how to fish this lake and need some pointers . every "fishy " spot we visited did not produce even a nibble
Help

Dm's would be fine as well


Come check out my Youtube channel , Just an old country boy and his family either fishing , hunting , camping or just boating around in a allweld grizzly with a surface drive pushing it to explore the backwaters most people do not venture ...

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1RhsBeR3BcSwLx72hqkQkw/featured
Re: caddo lake help [Re: stoneman2] #13995939 05/13/21 01:29 PM
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You're going to have to get around the trees in 1-3 ft. Use crickets - it will get you bit the quickest there. Keep moving until you find one. When you do you probably found a bunch. Watermelon smell on the water will indicate they are there. if the water is relatively clear you might see some sandy holes. Mid lake is good on the north side. Keep moving until you find some. Don't run the lake too fast and be careful of the glitter boats that can't seem to slow down.

Re: caddo lake help [Re: stoneman2] #13996378 05/13/21 06:48 PM
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Probably to late now but check the water level. It may be a flooded mess. We had a ton of rain.

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