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    Default Toledo Bend Pictures

    Here is a few pictures of the lake at down 10'.

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    It's tough watching your lake drying up and there aint anything you can do about it. Maybe the rains ahead will put 'er back at full pool.
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    Might be a good time to troll around and get gps on crappie beds, provided you can get to them. Is the low water having an effect on the fish, as far as a kill off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mduncan62
    Might be a good time to troll around and get gps on crappie beds, provided you can get to them. Is the low water having an effect on the fish, as far as a kill off?
    No fish kills or anything like that. This is such a huge lake there is still plenty of water, just not many boat ramps that can be used and very soon none around me. The boat lane in front of my house is about 2'-3' deep for over a mile.

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    WOW! Thats low. I like the logs though look like crappie magnets. Hope you guys get rain. Lakes up here in Illinois are filled rain alot here lately. Hopefully you will get some rain.

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    I'd get out my GPS for sure. And a video camera. Heck you could probably sell a video of uncovered structure to a few close friends. Sad to see it so low but it's got to be educational.
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    looks like scouting time to me

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