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Marshall Hughes Tops Field with 26.86 Lbs.

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Hemphill angler, Marshall Hughes, caught his limit of five fish weighing 26.86 lbs in the Media Bass March 7 Tournament. He returned to Hemphill $750 richer.

Top Five Finishes:

1. Marshall Hughes, five fish, 26.86 lbs.

2 Glen Dolezal, five fish, 19.34 lbs.

3. Cole Stewar, five fish, 17.12 lbs.

4. Michael Trpkosh, five fish, 15.42 lbs.

5. Frank LeBaron, five fish, 15.05 lbs.

 

Glenn Dolezal, Houston, caught the Big Bass, 8.02 lbs, earning him $150.00. There were 18 entries, 8 limitsd, and 7 zeroes. Average weight of bass in boat was 2.8 lbs.

Senko lures, fished at 10 feet deep, was the top producer.


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Tom Behrens has over 50 years experience in fishing and hunting across the United States. Much of this time was spent in Oklahoma and Texas where he became very familiar with the outdoor opportunities in these states. You may contact him by email at: tbehrcomm@gmail.com


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Toledo Bend Lake Weather Forecast

Independence Day

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Toledo Bend Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/4: 170.84 (-1.16)



Toledo Bend Lake Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 1)

FAIR. Water slightly stained; 82-83 degrees; 1.21’ low. Black bass are good staying shallow early and on cloudy days. Water clarity varies by location as the south is clear and better for the daytime bite. Wacky rigs, square billed crankbaits, and topwaters remain the best to tie on. Striped bass remain fair to slow in deep water. White bass are good schooling late in the afternoons in the many creeks and caught on spoons. Crappie are fair suspended over their brush piles in 25-26 feet, suspended 13-14 feet from surface using live shiners. Channel and blue catfish are fair on stinkbait.