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Myette Point, Catahoula Lake #37458
04/15/14 05:27 PM
04/15/14 05:27 PM
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JasonRE Offline OP
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I am 100% new to bass fishing and tried this past weekend out at Lake Catahoula. Of course I had my dad, brother in law and 7 year old nephew with me so it wasn't easy to troll and fish for too long.

Long story short, I'm wondering if bass are just about done with for this year? Is it time to move on to bream and/or crappie?

I'm just trying to find my way around some local waterways as I would be fishing alone and don't really consider myself an expert on the water yet.

I live in Lafayette and am looking for some great spots to hit bass (if it's still time for them) and bream and crappie.

Thanks!

Re: Myette Point, Catahoula Lake [Re: JasonRE] #37460
04/15/14 10:47 PM
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First off....... welcome

Bass are NEVER finished. YOU have to adapt to them and it is the most frustrating thing for new fishermen. Even the best sometimes get skunked. Learn your water, what temperatures there are on different places of the lake and try A LOT of different baits and techniques. One thing I was taught early on was "# of casts = number of fish"......

Good luck and come down to the Off Topic section and have cup with us.

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