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TBLA Fingerling Stocking Set for June 6


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:

The Toledo Bend Lake Association (TBLA) has purchased 50,000 Florida bass fingerlings that will be released on June 6th. The TBLA Fingerling Release is scheduled for Wednesday June 6th from 8 am-12 pm at Cypress Bend Park. If changes in this schedule are required due to weather or other circumstances, they will be communicated on the Toledo Bend Lake Association website, Facebook page, and the Toledo Bend Lunker Bass Program Facebook page.

Participants must be a current member of TBLA. For those that would like to participate who are not current members, memberships will be offered at the fingerling release. One year of membership for individuals is $10 and for a couple is $15. Only cash will be accepted for memberships on the 6th. Fingerlings may be picked up by car or boat. There will be a 2-bag limit per vehicle or boat used to transport the fingerlings. We hope that all of you will help us distribute these fingerlings throughout the Lake to ensure a high survival rate of these precious fingerlings.

Toledo Bend Lake Association


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