Toledo Bend Bass Fishing Report November 2003

Toledo Bend Bass Fishing Report November 2003
November can be some of the hottest bass action of the year. As the water temperature starts to drop the bass will start feeding heavily in anticipation of the forth-coming winter months. The shad will start moving into the coves and the bass will follow. Watch for top water activity and keep a top water plug, spinner bait, buzz bait, and shallow running crank bait handy. For bigger fish throw a worm, jig, spoon or tail spinner under the schooling bass. Areas to concentrate are main lake points, river channel shelf and ledges, the mouth of the major creeks and coves, and creek shelf and ledges. Alt copy goes hereNovember is a great month to load up on the crappie and White Bass. The Crappie will start grouping up on the ledges of the river channel around brush tops. Shiners and small jigs vertically fished over the tops will produce some good fish. The Whites will be staging off the river channel sand bars making their annual migration towards the river proper. Slab spoons, Rinky Dink tail spinners, chrome traps and shallow diving crank baits can all be productive. Greg Crafts Toledo Bend Guide Greg Crafts Phone: 936.368.7151 gcrafts@bigfoot.com

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