Caney Lake fishing report – “Bite” is still strong

You can’t catch ‘em unless you are wetting a hook……

The temperature is starting to rise but the “bite” on Caney Lake is still hot as ever. Seems not to matter whether you are fishing for bass, bream, catfish or crappie nice stringers of fish were reported among local anglers this past week. This is evidenced by the pictures of several lunkers caught shown below.

According to information given by several anglers that the Jackson Parish Journal was able to catch up with the best luck when it came to landing the big bass was by using Black Tarantulas and Red Shad. Also good catches have been made using shad colored 4 ½’ swim baits with a chartreuse tail. Bream and Crappie have been found to be congregating in large numbers around sunken tops.

Brent Mize
Paula Guyotte 7lbs 7 oz
Brian “Shorty” Guyotte 6 lb. 7oz. and 8 lb 10oz
Jason Callender

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