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Texoma? #13492623 03/29/20 04:30 AM
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Is the water clearing up any, or is it so muddy that it might take a while to clear? I’ve been seeing pictures online with some of the pics muddy red on the lake, and then some pics around the marina just cloudy. So is the whole lake red including most coves or is it just certain part of the lake?

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Re: Texoma? [Re: spooncg] #13492627 03/29/20 04:45 AM
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was wondering the same! Thinking about going soon.


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Re: Texoma? [Re: spooncg] #13493204 03/29/20 08:44 PM
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Out here today. You can find all kinds of different colored water. It was actually pretty darn clear around the dam, but it obviously gets progressively more red as you head up the lake. Fish are being caught, not by me, but fish are being caught. I caught two nice fish in fairly dirty water, so don’t let it fool you.

Re: Texoma? [Re: spooncg] #13493528 03/30/20 01:21 AM
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