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Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations #13962856 04/16/21 06:07 PM
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Does anyone have current brush pile locations on Lake Texoma? I am new to the lake and I'm just trying to save time by fishing and not looking. I am near Lighthouse and Grandpappy Point Resorts.

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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13962884 04/16/21 06:32 PM
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At least you are honest LOL. They are everywhere but I doubt you will get coords sent to you. Just have to put the time in to scan.

Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13962888 04/16/21 06:34 PM
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I normally wouldn’t reply to something like this but I feel the need to interject here that a big part of FISHING is LOOKING..........

Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: CrappieXpress] #13962907 04/16/21 06:55 PM
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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13962909 04/16/21 06:56 PM
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It is OK to ask what boat ramp you are using or depth to get an idea, but not exact locations. People spend too much time and energy putting out/finding BPs to just give out coords. A post like this is not gonna help you.


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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: jimmytimmy87] #13962912 04/16/21 06:57 PM
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It doesn't hurt to ask.

Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13962928 04/16/21 07:04 PM
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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Ztech] #13962947 04/16/21 07:11 PM
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Thank you

Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13962990 04/16/21 07:36 PM
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If I were you I would look in Oklahoma waters. In the backs of many creeks and pockets the OK wildlife dept has put out brush piles and marked them with buoys.

In Texas you will have to find them yourself. Look in 10'-15' water for the most part.


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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: ERNEST PATY] #13962998 04/16/21 07:39 PM
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Thanks Ernest.

Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13963021 04/16/21 07:48 PM
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one way to find them is on your computer.. if you go on google earth, historical data,. and look back to times of very low water levels, many can be seen sticking out of the water, or u will see a dark spot if its slightly still underwater..
folks tend to replinish good spots, so even if the old pile is gone, someone likely refurbished it.
also if you find a good boat dock or pier that is holding crappie there is a very strong chance u will find brushpiles nearby.


just an FYI. I hear there is an off limits area there, hagerman wildlife refuge, so make sure u are in a legal area.
Thats abt all I can tell u abt Texoma.. hope it helps..


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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13963089 04/16/21 08:38 PM
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I searched for a few the last time I was there around Buncombe and they were not marked with bouys.

Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13963749 04/17/21 12:36 PM
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Hagerman NWR isn't restricted year-round.

Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.
(i) We prohibit glass containers on the refuge.
(ii) We prohibit boats and other floating devices on all open waters of Lake Texoma,
except Big Mineral Creek from October 1 through March 14 annually.
(iii) At the point where Big Mineral Creek joins Lake Texoma, Big Mineral Creek
becomes a year-round no wake zone to the end of upstream navigable waters.
(iv) From October 1 through March 14, we allow only nonmotorized boats in Big
Mineral Creek from the point where it joins Lake Texoma to the upstream end of
navigable waters. You may not have any type of gas or electric motor onboard that is
capable of use. You may launch boats from a boat ramp only from L Pad Road or by
hand at the Big Mineral Day Use Area.


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Re: Lake Texoma Brush Pile Locations [Re: Sherman Fisher] #13963800 04/17/21 01:29 PM
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Tons of them marked here, along with depth contours.



http://fishing-app.gpsnauticalchart...e=Texoma+boating+app#12/33.9500/-96.7750

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