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Tawakoni? #13543965 05/03/20 08:23 PM
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Kids are meeting the wife and I there this weekend for a Mother’s Day weekend family deal (she hasn’t had the kids all together since this Chinese virus stuff started, so we’re pretty pumped)
Only been on Twok once several years ago for bass tournament so I was wondering if there were any spots we might try for crappie/hybrids or whites?
I just want daughter and my boys to catch some fish

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Re: Tawakoni? [Re: Mudbone] #13544022 05/03/20 09:35 PM
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I was at Tawakoni last week and it has hard to get a bite due the shad spawning. It's hard to get bit when the fish have so much food to choose from.

Re: Tawakoni? [Re: Mudbone] #13544044 05/03/20 09:49 PM
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look for birds from the mouth of gum to the dam. should be hybrid and whites. looks like they have been doing really well with occasional stripers. the crappie... good luck. they have eluded me out there this year. I have heard they are on the bridges, but so is 50% of all crappie anglers In the area. I hate crowds, so I try to find brush. without time on the water, I would get the kids on the striped fish.slabs, spoons, sassy shads, topwaters

Re: Tawakoni? [Re: Mudbone] #13545353 05/04/20 11:36 PM
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I chased white bass there on friday. I only found 1 school of white bass on sonar but the shad was everywhere. I trolled a couple chrome.rattletraps while I watched sonar. I found active fish on the windy side of the mid lake humps in 12-15ft of water. While trolling I also picked up about a dozen really nice big twok sandies and several almost legal stripers. They seemed scattered that day.

Re: Tawakoni? [Re: Mudbone] #13548798 05/07/20 04:18 PM
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Was out at Tawakoni yesterday got a limit of crappie under the bridge but they were suspended 8-12 feet down and the whites and hybrids are thick under the 2 Mile Bridge too.Several schools of white bass started blowing up on Shad under the bridge.The family should have a blast.

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Originally Posted by Grainraiser
I was at Tawakoni last week and it has hard to get a bite due the shad spawning. It's hard to get bit when the fish have so much food to choose from.

Man you sure TOLD the TRUTH!! They were in every slip at Anchor Inn resort Wednesday morning!Could`nt buy a bite.

Re: Tawakoni? [Re: Mudbone] #13552744 05/10/20 09:53 PM
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I have quite a few brushpiles out there, and I see a lot of schools of shad come through repeatedly with my livescope.. Tawakoni sure has a healthy population of baitfish!

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