FISHING REPORT

BLACK BAYOU – The water is rising and a few crappie are showing up around the trees on shiners and jigs. No report on bass. Contact Honey Hole Tackle Shop 323-8707 for latest information.
BUSSEY BRAKE – Heavy rains have created rising and muddy water. Few fishermen have been out this week. . For latest information, contact the Honey Hole at 323-8707.
OUACHITA RIVER – Water is rising and muddy with too much current. Fishing is slow. For latest information, contact the Honey Hole Tackle Shop at 323-8707.
LAKE D’ARBONNE –The water is rising and the gates are open. There s lots of current and off-colored water and most folks are waiting until things settle down a bit. Crappie should be starting to improve in deeper water. Bass are slow to fair with best catches made deep on soft plastic. For latest information, call Anderson Sport Center at 368-9669 or Honey Hole Tackle Shop at 323-8707.
LAKE CLAIBORNE – The lake has been down but is rising and is around the five foot low level. Some reports of crappie being caught on shiners in deep water out from the dam. Not many bass fishermen have been out but fishing should improve once things settle down a bit. For latest information, call Kel’s Cove at 927-2264 or Terzia Tackle at 278-4498.
CANEY LAKE – Heavy rains have not had so much effect on Caney and some really nice bass are being caught on deep diving crank baits and soft plastics in the creeks and channels. Some yellow bass are being caught on jigging spoons. Crappie have been best around the deeper tops on shiners or jigs and they have moved to deep water out from the dam. For information contact Caney Lake Landing at 259-6649, Hooks Marina at 249-2347, Terzia Tackle at 278-4498 or the Honey Hole Tackle Shop at 323-8707.
LAKE POVERTY POINT – Crappie fishing has improved in deeper water around the trees on shiners and jigs. Catfishing is fair to good. For latest reports, call Poverty Point Marina at 318/878-0101.
LAKE YUCATAN – After being so low for weeks, the river is rising and the lake is now nearly full. Few fishermen have been out but fishing should improve unless the water rises too much.. For information, call Surplus City Landing at 318/467-2259.

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