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Water Temp for Trolling? #10618312 02/14/15 03:11 PM
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It seems like most fisherman are deadsticking through the winter months. What time of year or for what water temp does it start to become effective to cast swim baits or troll?

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Re: Water Temp for Trolling? [Re: JLight] #10619799 02/15/15 02:20 PM
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I've caught stripers trolling in 48 deg water when the wind was too strong for me to do anything else. That said, it's not the best technique for cold water. I trolled slow at Texoma yesterday and all I got was a big blue cat.

Last year trolling started producing strong at Texoma once the water temp hit 60. Look for the first week of April or last week of March on Texoma.


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Re: Water Temp for Trolling? [Re: JLight] #10619840 02/15/15 02:36 PM
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Thanks for the response. I just invested in some heavier poles so the we can start throwing A-rigs this year. Looking forward to seeing how it works.

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