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Thursday, July 23, 2009

• Caddo Report 7-23-2009...goose egged

It's been a while since I've fished on Caddo Lake. The last time I was out there, the pads had hardly come in at all. Running across the lake today, I discovered most spots are filled with pads and hydrilla. I'm not sure I could even get the boat through with the trolling motor in some spots I've fished in the past. I fished somewhere new today though. Where? Big Cypress Bayou. Didn't catch a thing. First cast was around 7:45am after a long run across boat row C. Water temps were 82-83 early and mid to upper 80's at 11am. Big Cypress has some stain to it.

Motored up to around Cypress Village and fished the north bank of the channel. I mainly tossed weighted 10" worms and a Norman DD22. The person fishing with me was throwing a few things including a swim jig, a 5" swimbait, and a H2O Xpress crankbait in firetiger. He claimed a good bass swam up off the pads behind his white swim jig, but never bit. I had small bumps on the 10" Power Worm, but when I set the hook, nothing was there. That worm hung up on everything along the bank in about 9 feet of water every other cast. Looks like I am good at finding the logs, but not the fish.

I have a few more opportunities to fish coming up, so I'm going to run to the same area again and then fish a spot with a 30 foot hole nearby.

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