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TEXOMA fist time to go HELP. #12368906
08/02/17 09:27 AM
08/02/17 09:27 AM
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Granbury Tx, Hood Cnty.
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Kid Chuckles Offline OP
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Granbury Tx, Hood Cnty.
Headed to Texoma for some catfishing. Will be staying at Juniper Point @ the 377 bridge. I have no clue on this big lake. All i am asking is are the Cats (channel) deep or are they up shallow. And spots would be helpful and appreciated. Any help out there? Thanks in advance.

Re: TEXOMA fist time to go HELP. [Re: Kid Chuckles] #12369756
08/02/17 07:36 PM
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Man Texoma is a huge lake. It has mega shoreline and lots of big cats in the lake. I believe there used to be a tackle stor on the way to the spillway... might go below the dam and ask the fisherman there where to fish on the lake. Check google and see if you can position your self in the lake where the red river runs in . . . also click on teoma lake guide service and read some of the guides reports


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