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#11203046 - 11/03/15 08:42 AM First SAL of the season
Doug R. Offline
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Per Jackon Hill Park and Marina's facebook post,

"Big Sam Rayburn Roars with the States first Sharelunker recorded for the new season. Congratulations Roy Euper of Lufkin on this 13.20 lb beauty caught near Jackson Hill"
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#11203074 - 11/03/15 08:56 AM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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Awesome!

I hope they have better luck keeping them alive this year!
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#11203264 - 11/03/15 10:42 AM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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Same thought! Beautiful fish! Hope it survives!
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#11203269 - 11/03/15 10:46 AM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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#11203315 - 11/03/15 11:13 AM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
921 Phoenix Offline
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Nice Congrats

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#11203335 - 11/03/15 11:24 AM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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awesome fish!

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#11203394 - 11/03/15 11:58 AM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
David Burton Offline
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Interesting, didn't get the text alert. They were testing it, I guess they didn't get it fixed. I'll have to dig on Facebook!

Someone from TPWD is watching, just got the alert!


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#11203411 - 11/03/15 12:08 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Karl Dietz]
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Originally Posted By: Karl Dietz
Awesome!

I hope they have better luck keeping them alive this year!


Especially when it came from 30ft deep!

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#11203454 - 11/03/15 12:28 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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Yea says he caught it in 30fow on a crankbait. . .

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#11203457 - 11/03/15 12:31 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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I'd be very surprised if the fish was actually hooked at 30 feet with a crankbait. Trolling a 6XD with 12lb line I can tick bottom at 21 feet. With a 10XD maybe a hair over 25. I know there are modifications and different techniques that can be used to get a few cranks down that deep, but if that is really what happened this guy was fishing where few have fished before. In any case I'm excited to hear more details, and congrats on an awesome fish!
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#11203478 - 11/03/15 12:41 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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She is a beauty .
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#11203493 - 11/03/15 12:50 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
Doug R. Offline
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Long lining a 6XD I've seen them dig mud in 21-24 feet of water on 12 lb big game.

This is with 150-165 yards of line out. I think 30 feet is do able with the jumbo crank baits
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#11203503 - 11/03/15 12:58 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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Loc: Coppell, Texas
Keith Combs says he can long line a 6xd and get it 30 feet and with a 10xd he can get it 40.

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#11203549 - 11/03/15 01:28 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Jpurdue]
timwins31 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Jpurdue
I'd be very surprised if the fish was actually hooked at 30 feet with a crankbait. Trolling a 6XD with 12lb line I can tick bottom at 21 feet. With a 10XD maybe a hair over 25. I know there are modifications and different techniques that can be used to get a few cranks down that deep, but if that is really what happened this guy was fishing where few have fished before. In any case I'm excited to hear more details, and congrats on an awesome fish!


A Manns 30+ will hit 30 feet out of the box, so will one of the Luhr Jensen cranks, can't remember the name.

And just because the fish was caught in 30fow doesn't mean it was sitting on bottom. . .it could have been on a 6XD if the fish was suspended. . .

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#11203559 - 11/03/15 01:34 PM Re: First SAL of the season [Re: Doug R.]
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Originally Posted By: Doug R.
Long lining a 6XD I've seen them dig mud in 21-24 feet of water on 12 lb big game.

This is with 150-165 yards of line out. I think 30 feet is do able with the jumbo crank baits


I get 25+ with a 6XD long line with braid... its easy.

Anyways what a fish!! AWESOME!
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