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Texoma rain #13522025 04/17/20 02:12 PM
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Finally they have turned the flood gates off and hopefully the fish will get accustomed to the water fishing has been a roller coaster the last couple of days some days we killed them and some days not to bad but we like it awesome this time of year with all the rain and the temps fluctuations hopefully it will all come together for the fish to finish their spawn there is so much bait in the lake so it looks like it should b a awesome year to come and looks like the weather might come together in the upcoming week the fish have been best day offing shad in about 50 foot and make long drifts the artificial bite has been the same once u get in the fish it can be awesome for the better fish if anyone would go get in on the action give us a call office 9034655262 or cell 903 815 9150 four seasons guide service

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Re: Texoma rain [Re: shadtank] #13524154 04/18/20 10:51 PM
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Thanks for the report tank. I’ll be down there Monday for a few days and I’m hoping since they aren’t letting as much water out now the fish will be eating better and start grouping up.

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