Toledo Bend Report-February 2009
Lake level is 168.78 water temp is high 50’s
I have been starting off with a Sebile Flat Shad 66 & 77 in a red craw or perch color, this bait works great with the PG-104 stick. The PG-104 will help you rip the flat shad out of the grass. After the sun comes up I have been moving on the edge of the grass in 10 to 14 feet. I have been cranking a 6 to 8 ft. diving crankbait in red craw or brown craw color; I use a PGC170 with this bait. Also been cranking DD22 in the same colors but on the big baits I like using the PTC70, using this stick you can crank a big bait all day long and have no arm cramps at the end of the day. Later in the afternoons once the water warms all day, I have been moving into the 4 to 6 foot range on the inside edge of the grass. On these fish I have been using the best bait for Toledo Bend, the “Wacky-Worm”. The best colors have been watermelon-red and green pumpkin. For the wacky-worm I use a Falcon K-Wacky hook with 1/16 weight. This model has a weed guard that will help keep the grass off the hook, it works great! Best stick for wacky-worm fishing is PG-142, I will also later in the year use this same stick for the jerk-baits. My other favorite is the TX rig lizard, that’s when I get my PG-144 out with my 1/4oz. weight and go to work. Lots of fishermen call this old school fishing but anyone out there that has fished with me knows that I have this stick out on the front deck no matter what time of the year it is. Best color on the lizard is watermelon and watermelon-red. Feel free to give me a call if you are planning a trip to Toledo Bend or just would like some more information.
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