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Texoma #13202144 07/02/19 01:34 PM
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Headed up to the lake house rest of the week. Have not fished Texoma this year. How is the lake fishing? Any areas i should stay in? Not looking for specific spots , i do not fish tournaments.

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Re: Texoma [Re: SkeeterT] #13202669 07/02/19 08:13 PM
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Originally Posted by SkeeterT
Headed up to the lake house rest of the week. Have not fished Texoma this year. How is the lake fishing? Any areas i should stay in? Not looking for specific spots , i do not fish tournaments.

I talked with a guy who caught a 5 and a couple of 3 's Saturday morning, they were in the Little Mineral arm, I think they were fishing flooded bushes but I am not positive.


Re: Texoma [Re: SkeeterT] #13206173 07/06/19 12:37 PM
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They are pulling a lot of water right now. Lake is falling. Fished Eisenhower area Friday morning with a few small ones. Very slow

Re: Texoma [Re: SkeeterT] #13206722 07/07/19 02:37 AM
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I fished the little mineral arm, focusing on flooded willows three weekends ago and it was good. Texas rigged Rage Cutr worms, light weight (or the willow trees will eat you alive). Dont know if they have started to move out or not, but I would find some flooded willows and give that a go

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