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Texoma Smallmouth #13775319 11/18/20 02:36 PM
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Any top water action going on? Haven’t caught a smallmouth in my 52 years and planning on going next week. Any tips would be helpful. Thanks in advance

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Re: Texoma Smallmouth [Re: n_fish] #13775356 11/18/20 02:50 PM
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Troll a 8-10 foot driving crankbait with some chartreuse in it all day around rocks and you will catch one.


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Re: Texoma Smallmouth [Re: n_fish] #13775365 11/18/20 02:54 PM
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Be there at dawn and beat the rocks with a crankbait with yellow in it. Topwater is probably done with unless you catch the perfect day and I don't see that in the forecast.

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I have done well all the way to thanksgiving with a spook as long as the water does not get below 60. I do better on clay, sand, and gravel points for small mouth. Like others have said, if you cant catch any on top pick up a squarebill and cover water.

Re: Texoma Smallmouth [Re: n_fish] #13775404 11/18/20 03:14 PM
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Rocky areas or mud flats at first light with a 4" grub or hair jig. 5-10 feet of water.


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Is the dam a good spot with top water if the water temp. Is good?

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When I have bought smallmouth at Texoma its hit and miss for me but its always around rocks.


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Keep it coming and thanks

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Start at Perots house and go up the lake on the Texas side all the way up to the water intake tower

It will be all the rocks you want

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Originally Posted by RedRanger
Start at Perots house and go up the lake on the Texas side all the way up to the water intake tower

It will be all the rocks you want


This right here is your best bet. Going to run into a lot of people, but will also find some smallmouth along the way.

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Originally Posted by mikey_ batts
I have done well all the way to thanksgiving with a spook as long as the water does not get below 60. I do better on clay, sand, and gravel points for small mouth. Like others have said, if you cant catch any on top pick up a squarebill and cover water.

I threw a repo-man bunches and didn't get a sniff, they wanted something sub-surface

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Thanks fellas

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Originally Posted by n_fish
Is the dam a good spot with top water if the water temp. Is good?

Yes

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Drag the main lake shoreline with a craw in 10-15 ft and hold on. Especially along the bank with the giant slabs of rock. You'll known them when you see em.

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Oh yeah make sure theres some purple flake in the craws

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