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Four Rivers bass

In the heat of the summer, bass fishing on Louisiana’s reservoirs and lakes can be downright sluggish.

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July 01 at 7:00 am
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Toledo Bend post-spawn shallow bite still hot

Mention post-spawn bass fishing at a tournament club meeting and you can watch frowns materialize on many faces.

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June 05 at 4:23 pm
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Lake Charles angler scores on Toledo Bend 10.99-pounder

Lake Charles anglers Scott Eastman and Gil Leger had a well-designed plan to catch some solid fish for the Bass Champs tournament on Saturday, May 13 at Toledo Bend — and that meant heading south.

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May 30 at 9:19 am
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10.86-pounder wins Sealy Outdoors Big Bass Splash

Chad Williams was a very happy man after his recent trip to Toledo Bend for the Sealy Outdoors Big Bass Splash tournament.

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May 25 at 1:43 pm
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Sac-a-lait bite surges at Toledo Bend

Capt. Bill Lake is smitten.

The veteran guide from Houma is well-known statewide for his success in catching thousands of speckled trout each year out of Dularge.

But truth be known, he really loves catching spawning sac-a-lait in the brackish marsh canals not far from his home each spring.

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May 22 at 10:56 am
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Toledo Bend summertime Slab City

May signals the beginning of the Toledo Bend slab-a-thon celebration.

Bass angling pursuits have somewhat diminished because the fish are postspawn, and many anglers now turn to fishing deep for the sweet slab fillets found on Louisiana’s state fish, the white perch (aka crappie and sac-a-lait).

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May 01 at 7:00 am
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Texas guide catches third Toledo Bend lunker this spring

The old saying says, ‘The third time is the charm.’

And that was definitely the case Monday for Orange’s Jason Courvillle, who incredibly scored his third Toledo Bend lunker bass over 10 pounds — since February.

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April 18 at 10:09 am
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Guide scores on 9.2-pound Big Lake trout

Westlake’s Lee Daughdrill and his wife Carrie were waiting out a Tuesday afternoon thunderstorm at Calcasieu Point Marina south of Lake Charles.

They sat for two hours — and there were some big reasons behind their patience on April 11.

Big — like 9 pounds big.

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April 13 at 3:50 pm
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