Toledo Bend Fishing Report

Nov 22, 2023
FAIR. Water clear; 63-66 degrees; 4.42 feet below pool. Good numbers of bass showing up in back of creeks, and some of the main lake. The creeks are muddy from the recent rain. Best baits have been on lipless baits, shallow running crankbaits, and spinnerbaits with gold and silver willow leaf blades. Main lake fish coming from 14-22 feet, big crankbaits, Texas rigs and Carolina rigs. These main lake fish are following the shad, and we are following the fish. Check near the tops of ridges or on the sides. With the cool temperatures the shad are abundant, especially in the middot of the lake around the bridge. Crappie fishing has really slowed down due to the cooler weather and the main creek arms are slightly muddy. Happy Thanksgiving! Report by Stephen Johnston, Johnston Fishing.

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