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NEW VIRUS STRAIN IN SOUTH LOUISIANA

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BEWARE of a new strain of virus going around in South Louisiana, better known as Fishing Fever.
Symptoms include lethargy from lack of mental stimulation.

The Doctor has prescribed Rx:

A day of fishing in Leeville to Include:

Sunshine
Clear Water
Stong Tide
Limit of (5) Reds
Limit of (25) Trout

Prognosis: Full Recovery
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Strain
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leeville....
i am thinking of heading to leeville this saturday. don't see many reports from this area lately. are there any fish showing up around lake jesse or south lake? anybody catching trout/red's within decent driving range from bobby lynn's? i would appreciate any info. thanks!
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LEEVILLE
Lake Jesse, North Lake, and South Lake were all producing speck limits in the afternoon prior to the recent fronts. The weekend will be cold and breezy, not the best fishing conditions. If you consider gnats, this may be a perfect weekend without them. The cold temps will take the fish to the deeper holes again. Don't forget, when fishing the colder temps, fish are not agressive so use light line and light gear. Think small. With the windy conditions, low water will surely play a factor too. Live minnows have been the bait of choice lately. Good luck!

Leeville Reporter
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OUTLOOK
Heading down to Golden Meadow this Sunday.Any action on Catfish Lake this week?
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fishing leeville
The old bridge piling on south bank was still standing last time I was there, 20 yards south of that piling onthat bank is a deep hole , great cold weather spot for bulls and sheepheads, good fishing LSU
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LEEVILLE
Nice weekend for a change. North winds and little tide movement expected. Deep holes, light tackle, and smaller baits will help your odds.
In recent weeks the East side was the most productive. Check with Terry Serigny at his bait shop for any last minute reports while in Leeville. Captain Bob Gourgues of 'Between the Banks' fishing show can be found usually at Boudreaux's Motel during the weekends. Captain Bob is always eager to share hot spots too.

Good Luck!
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