Caddo Lake Fishing Report


June 17, 2014

As of today water temps were 78-83 degrees. As of today, the lake is at normal levels and the water is clear to stained. Bass are both on the trees and in the vegetation on the flats. Pitching a V&M 8 inch Wild Thang worm around the base of the cypress trees in colors of black/blue, junebug, and blue flex is always a good way to catch a Caddo trophy in May/June. I also like to throw a V&M Thunder Shad swimbait around the vegetation in colors of houdini and watermelon/red. Plastic frogs and buzzbaits over the pads and vegetation can produce well now and into the summer. The lake is in the best shape that I have seen in 4-5 years.

6-12-14...5 largest today went 41.34 lb. The 2 largest went over 10 1/2 lb each.

6-2-14...10.80 lb.

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Picture of the Caddo Lake Record Bass being released back into the lake on 4-14-10.
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Here we are getting one last look at the lake record bass(16.17 lb.) before being released back into Caddo Lake.

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