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MAPS OF THE RED RIVER POOLS 4& 5
The Red River Fishing Forecast
Russ McVey's Guide Service offers Professional Guide Service For Bass, Bream (seasonal), Crappie (seasonal) on The Red River.
Corporate and Family groups welcome
June & July 2014
The weather is hot and so is the fishing!
¼ oz white or white chartreuse buzzbaits & weedless frogs will be a good producer around the pads and grass the first hour after daybreak and middle of the day. On the main river, chartreuse blue back or firetiger colored will be a good producer along the rock jetties. Concentrate on the inside of the rocks. If you enjoy fishing Texas rigged plastics, watermelon or black red flake creature baits rigged with a ¼ oz. Tungsten worm weights fished around the grass beds will be a sure bet. Best depths are going to be around 6 to 10 foot.
Shiners and small crappie jigs tipped with shiners fished along the edge of the ridges in the oxbows should be a good bet on the Crappie. Seven to 12 feet of water with standing timber should be a good place to start.
The Bream are starting to show up on the inside of the rock jetties. Crickets and red worms will be the best bet.
Russell McVey, email@example.com , phone 318-464-2277