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Big Catfish help #12772083
05/28/18 04:06 PM
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I am located on the Tx side of Lake Texoma and I am wanting to catch some really big cats I have to fish from the bank where would I go to find big blues on the bank I will be catching live shad for bait please help.

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I'd start by looking up some of the old catfishermen in that area and ask them for advice.

Re: Big Catfish help [Re: Steven Strong] #12773580
05/30/18 12:51 AM
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Perch (live) would be good if not better than shad for larger blues

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Re: Big Catfish help [Re: Steven Strong] #12773745
05/30/18 04:26 AM
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Going to be hard to find big blues right now, that’s more of a winter thing, you’re probably better off chasing flatheads



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Re: Big Catfish help [Re: Steven Strong] #12775355
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Windblown points close to deep water, I would think is a good place to start. Probably at night right now.. Take a look at a lake map or use navionics web app. A 121 was caught from shore there. So, it's doable.

I might be mistaken, but if you fish Texoma I think you have to have an OK fishing license.


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Originally Posted By: G Love
Windblown points close to deep water, I would think is a good place to start. Probably at night right now.. Take a look at a lake map or use navionics web app. A 121 was caught from shore there. So, it's doable.

I might be mistaken, but if you fish Texoma I think you have to have an OK fishing license.
you are mistaken, an Oklahoma & Texas license (or just a Texoma license) are only required if you are out on the lake. If you’re on the Texas bank you’re ok with just a tx license



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Re: Big Catfish help [Re: Steven Strong] #12778167
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I've heard that below the Denison dam is pretty good.

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