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Toledo Bend Lake Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 22)

FAIR. Water stained; 78-80 degrees; 1.69 feet low. Fair. The water level is 170.4 with both generators running from 1-7:00 p.m. Water temperature at the dam is 78 degrees with surface temperature around 80. The back feeder creeks are stained, and the mainlake is clear with no rain again this week. Bass are in the full summer patterns heading to river bends and points. Early in the mornings as the sun comes up use topwater baits like Pop Rs, buzz baits, popping frogs, and spooks. Mid-morning as the fish go deeper transition to 8-12 inch ribbon tail worms and crankbaits in 12-20 feet of water. You can cast 8-12 inch dark colored worms to entice a bigger bass to bite on a Texas rig or Carolina rig. With the full moon this week, some fishermen are catching bass at night with the cooler temperatures. Crappie, bream and yellow bass are in the brush piles and lay downs in 15-25 feet of water. Crappie are biting best on crappie jigs on T-Bend’s favorite colors like monkey milk, blue ice, T-shad, and live minnows. Catfish are off in the channels and breaks. The shallow bluegill bite has been spotty as the water is getting hotter. Summer is here with air temperatures hitting the 100-103 degrees, so don’t forget to wear your sun protection and light clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen. When on the water stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and other potassium-packed electrolyte sports drinks, so that you don’t experience heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Remember to always keep your life jacket on while on the water and don’t forget to fasten your engine kill switch lanyard to your person when operating a motorized vessel on the water. Play it safe on the water, always inform your loved ones or a friend of your expected return time to port or home. Good luck and tight lines! Report from Captain Steve (Scooby) Stubbe, Mudfish Adventures LLC, Mudfish Rod Shop, Kayak and Fishing Guide Service


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Sealy Outdoors Big Bass Splash Tournament Results From May 20

Jackson Cooper won the Sealy Outdoors Big Bass Splash Tournament held at Toledo Bend, TX on May 20, 2022, with a 10.41 pounder. Below are the top five winners from the...

Bass Champs Tournament Results From May 14

Benjamin Gulett and Dustin Rivers teamed up to win 1st place in the Bass Champs Tournament held at Toledo Bend, TX on May 14, 2022, with a total of 27.18 total pounds and a 8.22 pond lunker. Here are the top...

Hobie Bass Open Series Tournament Results From February 12

Rolando Nandin won 1st place in the Hobie Bass Open Series held on Lake Toledo Bend last February 12, 2022. He earned a total of 178.5 points and a $10,500 payout. Here are the top ten winners from the...

Phoenix Bass Fishing League Tournament Results From February 5

Tater Reynolds won 1st place in the Phoenix Bass Fishing League tournament held in Zwolle, LA last Feb 5, 2022 with a total of 5 fish and $4,541 winnings. For the Strike King Co-Angler group, Quincy Lafleur...

Fishing With A Slip Bobber

Whether you are age 8 or 80, your fishing journey probably began with a bobber. It’s a timeless and effective setup that everyone can use and enjoy. While you can still use a classic float clasped to...

Toledo Bend Bass Mafia's Monthly Tournament Results From August 21

Michael Woods won the first place in the tournament held on August 21, 2021. He landed 19.4 lbs with 5 solid fish. 2nd place went to Kerry Vicknair. 3rd place went to Tommy Washington who landed a 4lb 15oz...

Catching Live Bait

Are you planning on going for the big catches on your next fishing trip? If you have done your research, then you already know that live bait is the way to go when looking to catch bigger fish. However, buying...

Toledo Bend Open Shoot Out Team Night Tournament Results From August 14

Last weekend's Toledo Bend Open Shoot Out Team Night Tournament is a wrap, and the results are in. First place went to Shannon Thibodeaux and Aaron Bourgeois with a total wieght of 25.80 lbs. Second place went...

The 3 Most Effective Types of Striper Lures

Fishing for striped bass (commonly referred to as “striper”) is legendary for wide-open action and fun sized fish. But why? The answer is quite simple – striper fishing is not that hard to...

Bass Champs Team Trail East Tournament Results

Will Arstens and Ross Bryant of Alexandria, LA took home the victory this past weekend on the Bass Champs Team Trail stop on Toledo Bend for the East Region.  Place Angler 1 Angler 2 Fish Big...

Sealy Outdoors Big Bass Splash Tournament Results

Steven Ruschmeier of Slidell, Louisiana won the 3-day Big Bass Splash tournament with a 9.87 pounder caught Friday morning. That fish won Steven a new boat and truck, along with a cash prize. In total, over...

It Almost Took The Pole Out Of His Hand

Michael Woods Jr. from Many, La. wanted to pre-fish for a bass tournament on Lake Sam Rayburn on Tuesday, Nov. 17, but after idling around in the fog for a while, he decided to put his bass boat back on the...

Where Are The Bass?

What can be learned about largemouth bass behavior and movements in late fall, early winter on Texas lakes? Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) biologists used Livescope electronics and receivers to...

Oilman Bass Classic; Little Anglers Big Bass Showdown Results

October 9-10, 2020 - 2020 Oilman's Bass Classic Team TournamentWinners: Doug Goswick/Katy, Tx. & Bret Rogers/Midland, Tx - 28.18 Pounds2nd Place: Michael Danos/Cutoff, La. & Sam Danos/Many, La. - 25.67...

Sylvester/Rushing Win at Toledo Bend

PHOTOS: Sylvester, Rushing moving to Nation Nationals/Rushing wins Nonboater title on Toledo Bend. Photo courtesy BASS Connor Rushing went into Friday only three ounces from the lead and said he caught...

2020 Lunker Replicas Awarded at Cypress Bend Resort

The Toledo Bend Lake Association (TBLA) awarded 39 lunker bass replicas to anglers at Cypress Bend Resort on July 25, 2020. Dinah Medine, coordinator of the TBLA Lunker Bass Program, and TBLA President Ricky...

Mike and Donna Ingram, David Miller Take First Place in Southwest Bassmasters Tournament

Southwest Bassmasters held their 10th tournament Sat. night August 1st on Toledo Bend. 1st place went to Mike N Donna Ingram and David Miller with 5 bass that weighed 22.70 lbs. 2nd place went to Blake Carrier...

Hughes & Stewart Win Over $21,000 ;Huckabee & Johnson Win AOY In The East

The top finishers, 1-11 at the Bass Champs Tournament. 1. MARSHALL HUGHESHEMPHILL , TX COLE STEWARTHEMPHILL , TX 3 10.62 21.86 $21,350 w/ Big Bass, CaptainsCash, Atlas, SureLife 2. JOE WILKERSONMANY , LA...

Dock Talk - Bass and Crappie Reports

Joe Joslin reports he and his clients have been fishing early from first light, until around 9 a.m. then returning to the lake at 5 p.m. and fishing until dark. Bass ... Summer patterns are definitely in...

Sealy Big Bass Splash Tournament Results

Branden Rannekleiv of Reeves, LA weighed in a 12.41 lb. fish in the 8-9 a.m. hour of day 2 of Lake Toledo Bend in the Sealy Big Bass Splash Tournament. His Tournament winning catch garnered him a Triton 19 TrX...


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Toledo Bend Lake Weather Forecast

Monday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 88

Monday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 72

Tuesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 89

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 71

Wednesday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 88

Wednesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 73

Thursday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 83

Thursday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 75


Toledo Bend Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 6/27: 170.08 (-1.92)



Toledo Bend Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 22)

FAIR. Water stained; 78-80 degrees; 1.69 feet low. Fair. The water level is 170.4 with both generators running from 1-7:00 p.m. Water temperature at the dam is 78 degrees with surface temperature around 80. The back feeder creeks are stained, and the mainlake is clear with no rain again this week. Bass are in the full summer patterns heading to river bends and points. Early in the mornings as the sun comes up use topwater baits like Pop Rs, buzz baits, popping frogs, and spooks. Mid-morning as the fish go deeper transition to 8-12 inch ribbon tail worms and crankbaits in 12-20 feet of water. You can cast 8-12 inch dark colored worms to entice a bigger bass to bite on a Texas rig or Carolina rig. With the full moon this week, some fishermen are catching bass at night with the cooler temperatures. Crappie, bream and yellow bass are in the brush piles and lay downs in 15-25 feet of water. Crappie are biting best on crappie jigs on T-Bend’s favorite colors like monkey milk, blue ice, T-shad, and live minnows. Catfish are off in the channels and breaks. The shallow bluegill bite has been spotty as the water is getting hotter. Summer is here with air temperatures hitting the 100-103 degrees, so don’t forget to wear your sun protection and light clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen. When on the water stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and other potassium-packed electrolyte sports drinks, so that you don’t experience heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Remember to always keep your life jacket on while on the water and don’t forget to fasten your engine kill switch lanyard to your person when operating a motorized vessel on the water. Play it safe on the water, always inform your loved ones or a friend of your expected return time to port or home. Good luck and tight lines! Report from Captain Steve (Scooby) Stubbe, Mudfish Adventures LLC, Mudfish Rod Shop, Kayak and Fishing Guide Service

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