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Texoma Tomorrow #12514067
11/23/17 08:39 PM
11/23/17 08:39 PM
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Headed out to try my luck, haven’t seen many reports on it lately. Anyone had much success lately with the cooler weather?


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Re: Texoma Tomorrow [Re: Hook'em79] #12514100
11/23/17 09:59 PM
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Buddy told me they caught good fish on main lake points few days ago. Said his best five around 20lbs. Square bills and lipless cranks.

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Re: Texoma Tomorrow [Re: Hook'em79] #12514134
11/23/17 10:37 PM
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Fished Texoma in the early 70's. Had no idea what I was doing or where to fish so needless to say zero fish in three days. At least the cabin was nice I rented on military owned property. Eastern Texas is where I should have move to after getting out of the Air Force in '75 instead of Ft. Lauderdale. What beautiful country and a far cry from Wichita Falls where I was stationed.

I will always wonder if I could have done well on Texoma with the knowledge I have today and of course with the latest in modern equipment. It's a really big lake and not one learns in a weekend.

Last edited by SenkoSam; 11/24/17 03:23 AM.
Re: Texoma Tomorrow [Re: Hook'em79] #12514290
11/24/17 01:02 AM
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Good bass lake now Senko grin Usually can get something to pull back most any time

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Re: Texoma Tomorrow [Re: Hook'em79] #12514444
11/24/17 03:32 AM
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There was one terrifying moment: A red flag was put up indicating dangerous weather on the way. I barely got back to the aluminum-roof boat house just as black clouds and high winds slammed the area; and then huge hail stones on the roof sounded like a hundred horse hooves. One guy that also took shelter scared the [censored] out me saying a twister sometimes follows hail! (..which did happen in Wichita Falls when I was working off bass in a metal building - hail and then a tornado came down just north of us wiping out a trailer park just on the other side of the Red River. The twister against a blue sky background was one of the most beautiful and scary things I've ever seen.....

Can't make this stuff up!

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