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Texoma help #13989479 05/07/21 08:06 PM
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So I am not the best striper fisherman that is for sure. Went out this morning and I think we only boated 5 or so. I heard everyone else talking about this good they caught them. Can someone talk me through what the heck I am doing wrong lol

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Re: Texoma help [Re: Texas_fishin2010] #13989490 05/07/21 08:23 PM
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Look for birds, or casually join a boat party in progress (respecting boundaries), is the easiest way on Texoma. Otherwise, use your graph, and look for what appears to be a volcano going off underwater. That'll be striper feeding on shad. I'm a live bait guy plain and simple, but there are many other techniques. High /Lo rigs with a couple bucktails, and a small swimming chaser on the hook, swim baits by themselves, A rigs, you name it. If they are running shallow enough, just trolling a rattle trap will snag them. Don't know personally, but have heard the topwater bite is killing it early, on some lakes. Whopper Ploppers, Zara Spooks, Jitterbugs, Hula Poppers, all will work.

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