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Choke Canyon Guide #14150268 10/04/21 05:25 PM
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Looking to book a trip to Choke Canyon Bass fishing early next year. Who do you recommend? What month and where to stay? Thanks

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Choke Canyon Lodge is the best place to stay IMO. Super clean, secure, covered parking, and a covered kitchen/dining pavilion.

February is one of the best months to be there. January is crowded with duck hunters in some areas.

I haven't used any guides there, so I don't know where to lead ya in that respect.

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+1 on CCL and +10000 on the duck hunters. Last 2 years have been the worst in the past 20yrs I've fished choke. Duck hunters don't give a chit if your fishing and will fly by you in their loud azz surface drive boats at full throttle 10yds from your boat. I fish the river mainly and it is narrow. You would think they would have some common sense and slow down but no. Selfish only thinking of themselves soap

Side note i talked with 3 different groups of duck hunters at the 99 bridge ramp last year. All 3 groups were from Louisiana. That answerd all my questions. What they dont have ducks in Louisiana?


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Re: Choke Canyon Guide [Re: ZeeFish] #14164631 10/18/21 05:19 PM
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Thank you for the info. Any guide recommendations?

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Re: Choke Canyon Guide [Re: ZeeFish] #14172511 10/27/21 03:57 AM
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If you have an extra day after you bass fish and want to take home some blue catfish fillets, contact Marv Elledge (210-365-7967)...nice guy, very reasonable ($100 per person), and knows the lake like the back of his hand. We have limited out both times with him. He provides everything and also fillets them for you.


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Ryan Waguespack (Facebook: RyanWagsFishing) kills it at Choke Canyon, and heโ€™s a lot of fun.

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