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#11587775 - 05/06/16 07:27 PM Lake nocona
Austin.P Offline
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Registered: 03/27/16
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Loc: whitesboro texas
How's the fishing out there?

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#11588358 - 05/07/16 09:20 AM Re: Lake nocona [Re: Austin.P]
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Registered: 08/03/12
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I'm by far no expert on Nocona, but I went out there last weekend and dreaded the experience. Fished multiple spots, multiple techniques and only caught one fluke fish. From what I heard talking to other anglers, it was fishing really well a month ago but it's tough right now.

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#11588758 - 05/07/16 02:20 PM Re: Lake nocona [Re: Austin.P]
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Registered: 03/27/16
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Loc: whitesboro texas
Yep haha, had a a few decent fish in the morning, only 2 keepers, lost a few from flipping over things I knew I couldn't get them out of with the wind picking up, several small fish, couldn't get anything off brush or humps (c-rig, deep crank) so now loaded up on to moss lake. Which will be fun and easy! Thanks for the info tho! Because your right on everything, most fish caught on white fluke/sinko and t-rig junebug Baby brush, locals will agree last month was good and has now slowed down

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