Toledo Night Hawk

An Article written by Jerald Horst

Oh yeah, I like night!

No sweat; no sunburn; no glare!

And the bass bite is good at night—if you are with someone who knows what they are doing.

It also gave me a chance to hang out in the shade of Darren and Eve’s first class boat house on the Negreet Creek arm of Toledo Bend Reservoir.

It was snazzy: a full deck, an outdoors kitchen, and a television. Inside were slung a Yamaha WaveRunner personal watercraft, a 24-foot Sun Tracker...

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Croakers for a Caddo Win!

Team Member Jake Deweese took home a win this past weekend on Caddo Lake. Jake was buzzing the Cooyon Croaker on the water surface just fast enough to keep it on top. He was using the Midnight Color. Casting it along cypress trees and pockets within the hydrilla he was able to sack up 19.03lbs for the win! Unfortunately this included a dead fish penalty for one fish that choked on the Cooyon Croaker just a little too hard! Looks like the Cajun Lures are working on Caddo Lake!

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Catchin On Caddo Lake

Jake Deweese made a trip on Caddo Lake on 6-1-17. He was flipping in the hydrilla holes right on the side of cypress trees in about 3ft of water. He rigged his Black n Bleu colored Bayou Bug with a 1/2oz Tungsten Weight with a 6/0 Strike King Hack Attack Flipping Hook and 55lb Daiwa braid. Around all the hydrilla was bream beds, which the bass were chomping on. The Bayou Bug is a good bream and crawfish imitation lure, therefore Jake was able to have a good day on the water catching a little over 40 bass with his...

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Pre-Spawn Fishing

Fishing Report

This is the time of year when many tail-end cold fronts roll in, with warm weather in between, especially in Louisiana. These signs tell the bass, it's time to move up to get ready for some love making! This also makes it a great time of year to fish! You'll find many big fish hanging out around areas of spawning grounds, just waiting for the right time to move up and do their thing. Areas such as ditches leading into a flat, channel swings near a flat, and grass or stump field edges can be very productive. These fish typically...

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50% of Online Sales to South LA Flood Victims

Cajun Lures would like to announce that we are donating 50% of our sales, placed through our website until 8/31. The money we raise will be donated to various Relief Funds and Organizations in the areas affected by the flooding across South Louisiana. The donations would aid in helping families rebuild their lives and supply goods that are needed. As Cajuns, it is in our nature to help our neighbors, as they would do the same for us. Help us Cajuns, help our fellow Cajuns.

Our parish, Vermilion Parish, was hit hard with heavy flooding. Many other parishes were hit...

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