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The Terrible TEXOMA #12777359
06/02/18 02:40 AM
06/02/18 02:40 AM
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Posts: 228
Lewisville,Texas
Warren60 Offline OP
Outdoorsman
Warren60  Offline OP
Outdoorsman

Joined: Jul 2013
Posts: 228
Lewisville,Texas
I have been here in Texas for almost 5 years now and still having trouble cracking the code would be a huge help.
Not looking to invade on anyones turf,but a little guidance would be appreciated
Thank ya'll for the help

Warren

Re: The Terrible TEXOMA [Re: Warren60] #12777377
06/02/18 02:56 AM
06/02/18 02:56 AM
Joined: Jul 2011
Posts: 2,357
McKinney, TX
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David Burton Offline
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McKinney, TX
Start with what works for you on Lewisville; "Rocks, Rocks, Rocks".

Then go to the Marinas and flip docks...

Look out for the stripers, they'll knock you out of your socks!


David Burton
2015 Skeeter FX 21

...and down goes PhotoBucket with the new Terms of Service... I predict they will be out of business or begging for forgiveness inside a month. 6/30/2017
Re: The Terrible TEXOMA [Re: Warren60] #12777399
06/02/18 03:18 AM
06/02/18 03:18 AM
Joined: May 2002
Posts: 14,563
Hurst, TX
K.D. Offline
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Posts: 14,563
Hurst, TX
One thing I hear Jeff Kriet and others always say about Texoma and other rocky lakes is focus on transition areas. Look on the bank and focus on areas where rock makes a distinct change in size/shape or where rock turns to soil or sand.

The other thing is to run the banks and focus on lay downs. There are tons of fallen trees around the lake where you only see one or two feet of the trunk at the water line. Sometimes you’ll get on them and can just troll on high from lay down to lay down.

Pick sunny or shady side of the lake based on time of day

Re: The Terrible TEXOMA [Re: Warren60] #12777803
06/02/18 05:07 PM
06/02/18 05:07 PM
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Posts: 8,796
Prosper, TX
Chris B Offline
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Prosper, TX
Caught 14 this morning. Early topwater on points and shakey heads on wave breaks.



I hate photobucket.
Re: The Terrible TEXOMA [Re: Warren60] #12778227
06/03/18 02:16 AM
06/03/18 02:16 AM
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Posts: 9,790
North Tx, USA
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North Tx, USA
Construction thanks to German POW's ..... The big pond. My advice is have an Aluminum trailer.... if you have a steel. It will eat it!

Last edited by fish4bass; 06/03/18 02:18 AM.
Re: The Terrible TEXOMA [Re: fish4bass] #12778284
06/03/18 03:11 AM
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I like random boat houses.

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