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#11178491 - 10/22/15 07:49 AM Texoma Question
Flyfishing Aggie Offline
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Registered: 12/10/13
Posts: 50
Loc: Tx
Howdy Ya'll,
I was curious if Texoma is starting to spark again with the cooler weather patterns moving in yet. I plan on a top water fly fishing trip with the family but don't want to be skunked. I don't mind not catching fish, but i have a couple of first timers and would like for them to experience the addiction. Thanks in Advance.






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#11178908 - 10/22/15 10:39 AM Re: Texoma Question [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
striperswiper Offline
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Registered: 12/14/04
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Loc: Pottsboro
If all you wanna do is not get skunked, bring your 3wt and any small baitfish pattern. . . . . . .head for 3-5fow and you can catch all the 4-6" stripers and sandies you want. . . . . on a calm day you will see them all over the place on top.

You'll find the occasional 10" fish mixed in. . . . and if you're at the right place just before dark you might luck into a few good box fish.

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#11179485 - 10/22/15 03:59 PM Re: Texoma Question [Re: striperswiper]
Flyfishing Aggie Offline
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Thanks for the reply, I just might do that. I have a 3wt that needs to be broken in.

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