Lake hidden in the woods produces big bass for Willis

Lake hidden in the woods produces big bass for Willis
Lake hidden in the woods produces big bass for Willis

North Louisiana is known for lakes that produce big bass. Caney Lake holds the state record with other lakes such as D’Arbonne, Claiborne, Bistineau, Black and Caddo getting in on the action as well.

There is one lake, however, that has quietly and without fanfare, been a quality bass producer since it was formed 63 years ago when Kepler Creek was impounded to form 2000 acre Kepler Creek Reservoir, locally known as Kepler Lake.

Billy Willis, 62 year old bass angler from Ruston, has caught bass in virtually all these lakes but had not really tried for big bass on Kepler until this past weekend.

“A guy I work with has a friend who has been telling him about catching big bass on Kepler so I decided to give it a try,” said Willis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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