Toledo Bend Bass Fishing Report June 2003

Toledo Bend Bass Fishing Report June 2003
The lake is at 170.45 ft., high pool is 172 ft. Water temperature is running in the lower 80s. Early morning and late evening throw a top water plug, spinner bait, buzz bait or soft plastic over shallow grass close to deep water. As the sun gets overhead, work main and secondary wind blown points, humps and ridges with crank baits and Texas or Carolina rigs. Bigger fish being caught in 12 to 20ft of water along sloughs, deep creek and river channel drops. Alt copy goes hereConcentrate on points and bends that have brush or structure. Watch for schooling bass in the afternoon. Traps, top water plugs and shallow diving crank baits all working when the bass are schooling. Deep diving crank baits in fire-tiger and Tennessee Shad and watermelon, watermelon red, and chartreuse/pepper french-fries have been the most productive colors this week. Good reports of White Bass being caught throughout the day along road-beds, flats and along the old river channel sandbars. Shallow diving crank baits, traps and top water plugs working best when schooling. Slab spoons, and Rinky Dink tail spinners working when the Whites are on bottom. Greg Crafts Toledo Bend Guide Greg Crafts Phone: 936.368.7151 gcrafts@bigfoot.com

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