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Texoma striper suggestions? #13387251 12/30/19 01:39 PM
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My son and I are (hopefully) going to Texoma tomorrow with the kayaks to see about getting him into his first stripers. Any recommendations on general areas to launch & fish that are reasonably productive at the moment?


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Re: Texoma striper suggestions? [Re: Uncle Zeek] #13390488 01/02/20 03:04 PM
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Did you guys make it out? I am thinking about doing the same with my son! We also have kayaks. I was thinking about going out of Eisenhower and fishing the south shore to stay out of the wind, always have the dam to throw for smallies also.


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No, we didn't. Had a couple TFFers send me info on good areas, but when we got up the next morning, the kid didn't want to go fishing in freezing temps.

Kind of a shame, there was almost no wind & it probably would've been fun. Going to see if I can drag him out tomorrow, as the wind forecast looks promising. Would you feel like meeting up so we can go as a group?


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I am not fishing in any one area so my style would not benefit you at all but I will tell you looks like there’s a lot of dead sticking going on just west of 377 and also in big mineral all deep water


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I fish Texoma quite a bit but I use a thumper and go to a spot, turn on the thumper and try to draw fish to me. I have a few spots I fish (tabletop, Mack Creek, humps by the dam etc.) I have been doing good on Mack creek on the drop offs the past couple of weekends when I see bait on the drop offs. I am not sure if there is a place to launch close to Mack Creek but hit me up if you decide to go there. I am fishing tomorrow with my thumper and you are welcome to fish next to me.


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Took him out today for a few hours. We stayed in one of the coves, as he's still learning how to handle a kayak properly. Caught a few 18-19" stripers on white curly tails. I was happy that he was willing to stick it out as long as he did - his patience is improving.


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