Fishing in basic is slow. A couple of bass have been captured on Wobbleheads and plastic frogs around the yard. Crappie and bream are sluggish. For newest details, contact the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
CANEY LAKE: A mix of largemouth and yellow bass are education with blended sizes captured on shad imitation lures. Also some bigger fish are striking off the points on topwater tempts early and soft plastics later. Crappie are slow with a couple of chose up around deep tops. Bream are best around piers on crickets and worms. Catfish are biting cold worms on trotlines and cut bait on floating noodles. For more details, call Browns Landing at 259-6649 or the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
LAKE CLAIBORNE: Catfishing has actually been good fishing cold worms on rods and reels as well as on trotlines. Bass fishing has actually been very well mornings on topwater entices with some caught up in the day on soft plastics and spinners up the creeks around the lawn. Bream are sluggish to reasonable on crickets and worms. Crappie are normally rather slow. The stripers have begun education better with some caught trolling white bucktails but when theyre up top, theyll struck a topwater lure or shad imitation. For newest information, call Tim Lofton at Kels Cove at 927-2264.
LAKE DARBONNE: Bass fishing has actually been fair in the creeks and mouth of the sloughs on swim baits, crank baits and jigs. Better fishing has actually been listed below the spillway on Baby Brush Hogs and Zoom worms in red shad and green pumpkin colors. Crappie fishing has actually been better below the spillway on shiners and jigs with Sweet Tea and Shine Critter jigs working very well. Bream and catfish are being caught in the lake on the flats on cold worms and night crawlers. For latest info, call Andersons Sport Center at 368-9669 or the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
OUACHITA RIVER: Bass have actually been reasonable on spinner baits and soft plastics. Crappie have actually been reasonable fishing around deep tops in the river on Blue Thunder, Blue Pearl, Gum Drop and Popsicle jigs. For most current reports, call the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
CHENIERE LAKE: Bass have been reasonable on jigs and Booyah spinner baits fished around the trees. A few bream have been caught around the trees on little spinners or crickets. Crappie are sluggish. For current details, call the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
LAKE POVERTY POINT: Catfishing has actually been great around the dam on cut shad and cold worms. Bream, bass and crappie are sluggish. For most current reports, call Poverty Point Marina at 878-0101.
LAKE ST. JOHN: Catfishing is reasonable on trotlines, bass are fair and some hybrid stripers are hitting shad imitations during the night around the lights. Bream and crappie are slow. Call Ken Mahoney at 757-0013 for newest reports and fishing conditions.LAKE YUCATAN: The
lake is on a sluggish fall and fishing has actually been excellent. The big story is the big bluegills are actually biting crickets and worms. Crappie are fair with some larger fish being caught. Lots of yearling bass are hitting. For camper trailer leasings on the lake or for most current fishing info, call James Lachney at 467-2259.
LAKE BRUIN: Bass have improved on topwaters early with spinners and worms working best later. Crappie are sluggish. Mixed catches of bass and stripers are coming in during the night around the lights on crank bait. Bream are reasonable to excellent. For newest details, call Colby or Seth at 766-0075.