Discover what's hot right now on Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoirs

Increase your catch rate at Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoirs : Texas

Bait & Gear Buying Guide: Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoirs

Shop the in-season gear that is working best for locals!

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Our dedicated team of Berkley scientists have been diligently working with local anglers to understand what's hot on Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Reservoirs RIGHT NOW:

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These neighboring reservoirs boast nearly 300,000-acres of fishable water and are excellent year-round largemouth bass fisheries. Both reservoirs are known for their heavy vegetation and standing timber, making it an exciting place for anglers to work on more complicated techniques while targeting giant largemouth bass. No matter what technique you're fishing, it's important to have the right bait for the season. To help you catch more fish, Berkley scientists have collaborated with local anglers to create a guide to the best bait for every season. We did all the research; all you have to do is stock up and start fishing!

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