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Amistad Stripers #12479751
10/26/17 04:40 PM
10/26/17 04:40 PM
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mskeeter Offline OP
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I have never been striper fishing but considering taking my son to Amistad. Does anyone have a report?

Re: Amistad Stripers [Re: mskeeter] #12479763
10/26/17 04:47 PM
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Marble Falls
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My brother who is a Border Patrol Agent down there has been doing pretty good. He is new to striper fishing and he is figuring them out.

Re: Amistad Stripers [Re: mskeeter] #12480960
10/27/17 02:32 PM
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Too far from Saltwater
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I just love Amistad. I wish I could hit it more often but it is a hefty drive from DFW.

Those stripers are in there but they are definitely more elusive compared to lakes like Texoma. I won't pretend to be an expert but we usually catch a few trolling up river from Rough Canyon in the Devils river. Good luck and let us know how you do if you end up making the trip.


Re: Amistad Stripers [Re: mskeeter] #12481345
10/27/17 07:38 PM
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I've had pretty good luck in the winter around Goodenough Springs. When I find a school of Whites I usually find the Stripers lurking a little deeper below them.

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