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Whitney, stripers #13489406 03/26/20 07:24 PM
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My son and I put in at Mccowns today, March 26, at 7am. Fished fill 10am, caught out striper limit, 22"-24" lengths. Caught no small fish, lost 3 due to bad swivels. All caught trolling with umbrella rigs, using large jig/6" silver flutes, and no. 6 chartreuse swim baits.

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Re: Whitney, stripers [Re: floydster] #13489462 03/26/20 08:08 PM
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Great report. Good looking fish. Thanks for sharing.

Re: Whitney, stripers [Re: floydster] #13489558 03/26/20 09:11 PM
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Nice catch....thanks for the detailed info.

Re: Whitney, stripers [Re: floydster] #13489694 03/26/20 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by floydster
My son and I put in at Mccowns today, March 26, at 7am. Fished fill 10am, caught out striper limit, 22"-24" lengths. Caught no small fish, lost 3 due to bad swivels. All caught trolling with umbrella rigs, using large jig/6" silver flutes, and no. 6 chartreuse swim baits.

How much did it cost you to launch . I called and couldn't get anybody to answer the phone . Thanks .

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Re: Whitney, stripers [Re: floydster] #13489892 03/27/20 01:53 AM
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Very nice, I think I seen you guys out there today.


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Re: Whitney, stripers [Re: floydster] #13489939 03/27/20 02:48 AM
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I think Mccowns is a State park. If so its like $5 to use the ramp. Also if it is a state park there will not be anyone at the office until all this mess is over. I bought the Texas State park pass. Its like 75$ and I can use the ramps fee. I just put my pass number on the paper work.

I have plans to move to Hill county when I retire and hope to start fishing more. I have fished Texoma for over 40 years.

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McCown is not a State Park!
it's a C.O.E.
Corps of engineers park.

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Nice fish. Good job. thumb


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