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Catch em deep Tawakoni #13992533 05/11/21 12:38 AM
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Anybody catch any largemouth in deeper than 5 ft consistently at Tawakoni? I catch plenty of bass but mostly shallow. Only ones I catch deep are the striper and hybrid.
Any suggestions?

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Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13992576 05/11/21 12:58 AM
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Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13992577 05/11/21 12:59 AM
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Originally Posted by uraveragejoe

Any suggestions?

Go to another lake. bolt

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Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13992578 05/11/21 12:59 AM
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I’m sure there are some that live out deep on that lake , but the majority live shallow due to all the hybrid and striper!

Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13992674 05/11/21 01:50 AM
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Never tried.



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Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13992703 05/11/21 02:07 AM
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Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13992751 05/11/21 02:38 AM
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Depends on the time of the year, but the dam and some of the areas of willows hold bass in the 'mid-depths' between 7-12 foot.

Not that consistency of bite and I are on speaking terms as of late!


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I once caught a fish so deep on tawakoni that my trolling motor wasn’t churning mud.

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Sure. once the water gets hot. I've caught them in 20' of water.

Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: David Burton] #13993913 05/11/21 11:22 PM
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Bite has been a little rough out there lately. Water has really turned muddy. Can only get better and certainly can’t catch from the couch!!

Re: Catch em deep Tawakoni [Re: uraveragejoe] #13994339 05/12/21 11:59 AM
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Back in the olden days, way back in the 70's and early 80's I had several deep water spots on the lake.

Not anymore. There was one high spot outside of Tallman's (25' on top) that fish were on consistently back then. I have not caught a fish off that in over 30 years.

The deepest fish I have caught were up in timber near the dam and a couple off some brush piles I know of. Some of the brush piles are in 15 feet of water.



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I am working a lot of offshore brush in creek arms near swings in 7-9 ft. It’s only a matter of time before I find one. Caught some 5 and 6 lbs shallow but know the big ones stage somewhere. I’m always interested in new techniques and places. One reason I love lake fork is because of the fish you can catch in 15-18ft of water in tree stump. Love flipping!!

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Originally Posted by uraveragejoe
I am working a lot of offshore brush in creek arms near swings in 7-9 ft. It’s only a matter of time before I find one. Caught some 5 and 6 lbs shallow but know the big ones stage somewhere. I’m always interested in new techniques and places. One reason I love lake fork is because of the fish you can catch in 15-18ft of water in tree stump. Love flipping!!


you just demonstrated the difference between Tawakoni and Fork 7-9 vs 15-18, Tawakoni will always be a shallow water lake


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