Lake Report

Lake O’ The Pines Fishing Report 12/08/14

By Sam Edwards, Owner, Johnson Creek Marina (Courtesy of the Jefferson Jimplecute)

Lake of the Pines
Black Bass are good on Texas rigged creature bait.

Top Water is good on Yellow Magics.

Catfish are really good on cut bait and worms.

Crappie are good on on minnows in deep water, 28ft.

Bream are good on worms and crickets all over lake.

Bass are good on white spinner baits & orange or red square-bill crank baits.

Caddo Lake
Black Bass are good on Texas-rigged blue and black worms.

Bass are good on black ribbit frogs on lily pads, watermelon red lizards in the creeks.

Crappie are good on minnows in deep water.

Bream are good on crickets and worms on brush tops and creek bends.

Catfish are good to slow on cut baits and stink baits in deep water.

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