Archive | January, 2006

Giant Salvinia

In ponds, lakes, and reservoirs from North Carolina to Hawaii, a stealthy invader called giant salvinia is making an unwanted appearance. This free-floating fern has earned a reputation as one of the world’s worst aquatic weeds—and with good reason. When conditions are right, salvinia’s small, oval leaves form dense mats—green, yellow-green, or brown—that can easily […]

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February 2006 Fishing Report

Toledo Bend Reservoir Fishing Report February 1, 2006 Lake Level = 163.22 (1/30/06) Normal Pool Elevation = 172 Recent rains have helped but we still need a bunch more! Surface water temperature ranges from 55-58 degrees. SRA reports – Generator One is shut down, Generator 2 running each morning from 6-8am, Spillway Gates are closed. […]

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The Silent Killer

The Silent Killer Be Careful – There is a silent killer stalking the state each year. Victims number into the thousands, yet most were unaware of its presence…. until it was too late. The killers name is Hypothermia. Every year a large numbers of deaths occur, especially in boating accidents, with the cause listed most […]

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Toledo Bend Fishing

Toledo Bend Bassin’ There are few things in this world that can warm up cold hands and numb toes more than a big ol’ lunker bass tugging on the other end of your fishing line. All those cold miserable hours of fruitless casting suddenly seem worthwhile. That fish of a lifetime is finally lifted into […]

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