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#12633505 - 02/17/18 08:26 PM Any advice for texoma?
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Hey yíall looking for any advice chasing smallies on texoma? I have never caught one and am dying to put in in the boat. I might have 3 days off next week so if weather permits Iíll haul the boat from fortworth to the big pond. I have never been on texoma. So I know that lake turns over pretty good when the wind blows.I donít mind fishing in the rain just donít wanna get out there with winds. So which wind directions to avoid? I donít tournament fish I fish for fun if that helps! Like I said really wanna get on some smallies and will probally chase some striper too! Any advice about the lake or where to start the search is greatly appreciated!


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#12633508 - 02/17/18 08:28 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Square bill and shakey head the dam and youíll catch one
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#12633526 - 02/17/18 08:43 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Same baits (as well as a jerkbait) on the rocks in Eisenhower across from the fishing dock. The second cove up lake from the marina.
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#12633555 - 02/17/18 09:15 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Clark3]
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Originally Posted By: Clark3
Square bill and shakey head the dam and youíll catch one


That was gunna be my first stop, with a shakey head guess Iím headed in the right direction.
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#12633557 - 02/17/18 09:16 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: David Burton]
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Originally Posted By: David Burton
Same baits (as well as a jerkbait) on the rocks in Eisenhower across from the fishing dock. The second cove up lake from the marina.


Thanks for the info! I was planning on launching outta Eisenhower! Thanks for the help it is appreciated!
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#12633558 - 02/17/18 09:17 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Bandit 300 crankbaits catch quite a few.
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#12633564 - 02/17/18 09:21 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Chris B]
Cali hunter Offline
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Originally Posted By: Chris B
Bandit 300 crankbaits catch quite a few.


Being from Cali I donít throw much as far as crankbait... I know I know itís a Texas staple. Any color recommendations? Thanks for the help!
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#12633567 - 02/17/18 09:23 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Strike king KVD 1.5 or series 3 in sexy shad or craw color
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#12633592 - 02/17/18 10:01 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Clark3]
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Plus the high school kids be out there tomorrow...
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#12633700 - 02/18/18 06:44 AM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Mike Keenan]
Cali hunter Offline
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Originally Posted By: Mike Keenan
Plus the high school kids be out there tomorrow...


I thought they fished last weekend? Well Iím sorry if I broke any rules or anything for you high school fellas. Didnít mean to interfere.
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#12633824 - 02/18/18 08:52 AM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Originally Posted By: Cali hunter
Originally Posted By: Mike Keenan
Plus the high school kids be out there tomorrow...


I thought they fished last weekend? Well Iím sorry if I broke any rules or anything for you high school fellas. Didnít mean to interfere.


You didn't, forum is deemed public info and is allowed.
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#12634293 - 02/18/18 03:38 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Originally Posted By: Cali hunter
Originally Posted By: Chris B
Bandit 300 crankbaits catch quite a few.


Being from Cali I donít throw much as far as crankbait... I know I know itís a Texas staple. Any color recommendations? Thanks for the help!


Man, throw your Cali stuff, unless you're one of those 10 inch swimbait guys. Would probably do really well on the smallies.

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#12634682 - 02/18/18 09:04 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Registered: 12/31/17
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Water is cold and clear by the dam. Smallmouth are best around the dam but could be difficult in the wind. Threw a crank bait down the dam for about 1.5hrs without a bite. Fishing should get better though as it warms.

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#12634894 - 02/19/18 01:14 AM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: GoPokes]
Cali hunter Offline
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Originally Posted By: GoPokes
Originally Posted By: Cali hunter
Originally Posted By: Chris B
Bandit 300 crankbaits catch quite a few.


Being from Cali I donít throw much as far as crankbait... I know I know itís a Texas staple. Any color recommendations? Thanks for the help!


Man, throw your Cali stuff, unless you're one of those 10 inch swimbait guys. Would probably do really well on the smallies.


Iím definetly a big swimbait thrower. It will be coming with but for big striper! Ya I have some Cali gear that I would think will tear em up!
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#12638470 - 02/20/18 08:41 PM Re: Any advice for texoma? [Re: Cali hunter]
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Another question Iíll be fishing Thursday and Friday. I was gunna get a hotel but fishing partner backed out so Iíll just stay in the truck for the night. What better to stay at Eisenhower or high point marina, If itís even allowed? Anywhere to plug in my batteries on the boat? Thanks yíall!


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