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Texoma worth going to? #14034399 06/16/21 10:08 PM
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Been struggling on Lew of late. Just thinking about changing it up on Friday and heading to Texoma. Never been. Is it worth my time? Mainly hunting largies but wouldn't mind the occasional smallie. Any fishing reports? Thanks!

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Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: drosey44] #14034553 06/17/21 12:30 AM
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We usually have the best luck fishing Texoma in the Fall and Winter.

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Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: drosey44] #14034981 06/17/21 01:58 PM
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I'm headed there on Saturday for my first time on that lake as well. Would love to hook a few smallies. Any info would be appreciated.

Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: drosey44] #14035023 06/17/21 02:19 PM
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Texoma is great to fish any time of the year. Start out wind blown points till the sun is up then find some shade to flip, boatdocks are good in summer heat. I have a uncle that says, "boy, them fish don't have eyelids, they are in the shade when the sun is up"

Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: drosey44] #14035030 06/17/21 02:27 PM
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Don't be afraid to throw topwater in the middle of the day when it's hot like this. I've caught some nice smallmouth doing it. You may even get your arm broke from a few stripers.

Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: drosey44] #14035122 06/17/21 03:47 PM
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I made my first trip there 2 weekends ago, hit main lake points and had fun, my son caught 7 smallmouths, I caught 3 smallmouth, one spotted bass, one largemouth, going again this weekend!
FYI, if you did not already know, you have to have a Texoma fishing lic.

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Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: drosey44] #14035193 06/17/21 04:44 PM
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Don't forget to give the dam 30 minutes, try throwing a drop shot.

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Great lake! Only issue i can think of begins around 11am when the marina crowd gets out on the water.... Watch for massive rollers

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I haven’t caught a smallmouth there yet, but I’ve caught some nice stripers. A lot of fun to catch those.


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Thanks for the tips guys. I'm planning to launch by the dam before sunrise tomorrow.

Re: Texoma worth going to? [Re: BlueSkeeter13] #14036334 06/18/21 05:22 PM
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Originally Posted by BlueSkeeter13
Thanks for the tips guys. I'm planning to launch by the dam before sunrise tomorrow.

Going tomorrow too, trying for a 4:00am takeoff, trying to see what early bites we can get before it get too hot....BTW no dock at that ramp, watch for big rocks near bank, there are a couple open spots.

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Havent been in awhile, but with it as high as it is, flooded trees are usually a player

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Originally Posted by danceswithbass
Havent been in awhile, but with it as high as it is, flooded trees are usually a player


Texoma is not high, only 1.2 ft above normal
https://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/DENI.lakepage.html


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Originally Posted by pacertom
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Havent been in awhile, but with it as high as it is, flooded trees are usually a player


Texoma is not high, only 1.2 ft above normal
https://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/DENI.lakepage.html



Hmmmm. 1.2 high.

https://www.waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/individual/texoma

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Originally Posted by Rayzor
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Originally Posted by danceswithbass
Havent been in awhile, but with it as high as it is, flooded trees are usually a player


Texoma is not high, only 1.2 ft above normal
https://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/DENI.lakepage.html



Hmmmm. 1.2 high.

https://www.waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/individual/texoma


Conservation pool was changed from 617ft to 619ft.

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