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#11413432 - 02/14/16 10:59 AM Lake Texoma 2-13
SanteeSlabr Offline
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Registered: 03/08/14
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Loc: Wichita Falls, Tx
Battled the wind in Big Mineral Creek yesterday. No luck with the fish but found the shad schooling at the entrances to Walnut and Brushy Creek in 20 over 25 foot. Water temp 48 on the main lake and saw as high as 53 in the creeks. Successful reports from other fishers were catfish only.


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#11413447 - 02/14/16 11:07 AM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: SanteeSlabr]
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I think all thats left here is bait and catfish.
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#11413604 - 02/14/16 12:31 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: SanteeSlabr]
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Agree. I think the flooding from the Spring has really changed things for a while on many lakes.

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#11413628 - 02/14/16 12:53 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: SanteeSlabr]
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Bet they are on main lake points and close to river and creek channels in 25-35 foot of water on brush piles suspended about 20-25 feet down. At least that is where I would look.

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#11413790 - 02/14/16 03:04 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: Bobcat1]
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Originally Posted By: Bobcat1
Bet they are on main lake points and close to river and creek channels in 25-35 foot of water on brush piles suspended about 20-25 feet down. At least that is where I would look.


yep... thumb

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#11413947 - 02/14/16 05:27 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: Bobcat1]
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Loc: Wichita Falls, Tx
Originally Posted By: Bobcat1
Bet they are on main lake points and close to river and creek channels in 25-35 foot of water on brush piles suspended about 20-25 feet down. At least that is where I would look.


I tried where Big Mineral enters the main lake. Probably not the ideal location with the boat traffic. No luck. I think I'm cursed.

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#11414221 - 02/14/16 07:55 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: SanteeSlabr]
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Don't feel bad you can't find them in the winter on Texoma. From my experience, they stage in the marina's before going shallow. The slips are LOADED with fish in the winter. I think it's a safe place for them to hide from the Stripers in the deeper water. Also, traditionally Texoma spawns later than other North Texas lakes.
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#11414314 - 02/14/16 08:26 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: Stucky76]
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Originally Posted By: Stucky76
Don't feel bad you can't find them in the winter on Texoma. From my experience, they stage in the marina's before going shallow. The slips are LOADED with fish in the winter. I think it's a safe place for them to hide from the Stripers in the deeper water. Also, traditionally Texoma spawns later than other North Texas lakes.


I agree with Stucky. This is a tough lake to catch fish on the main lake this time of year and the marinas are LOADED this time of year. Usually by April you can find fish on the banks at Texoma.
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#11414397 - 02/14/16 09:12 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: fishin'aholic2]
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Originally Posted By: fishin'aholic2
Originally Posted By: Stucky76
Don't feel bad you can't find them in the winter on Texoma. From my experience, they stage in the marina's before going shallow. The slips are LOADED with fish in the winter. I think it's a safe place for them to hide from the Stripers in the deeper water. Also, traditionally Texoma spawns later than other North Texas lakes.


I agree with Stucky. This is a tough lake to catch fish on the main lake this time of year and the marinas are LOADED this time of year. Usually by April you can find fish on the banks at Texoma.


Thanks gentlemen for the tips. With the exception of LOP, I've had a humbling two years trying to catch Texas crappie.

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#11414457 - 02/14/16 10:05 PM Re: Lake Texoma 2-13 [Re: Stucky76]
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Registered: 12/20/10
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Originally Posted By: Stucky76
Don't feel bad you can't find them in the winter on Texoma. From my experience, they stage in the marina's before going shallow. The slips are LOADED with fish in the winter. I think it's a safe place for them to hide from the Stripers in the deeper water. Also, traditionally Texoma spawns later than other North Texas lakes.
+1 used to kill them in marinas in winter
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