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Drifting Tawakoni #14248522 01/14/22 01:28 AM
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I'm gonna go to Tawakoni tomorrow and try to drift up some eaters. Anyone want to share a particular part of the lake and/or depth where they may be.
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Re: Drifting Tawakoni [Re: ssprint] #14248779 01/14/22 11:50 AM
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The wind is forecast to be blowing 20 to 30 with gusts to 45. You might want to rethink that. Twok is a dangerous place with those conditions. Stay safe.


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Re: Drifting Tawakoni [Re: Catfish Tim] #14249458 01/15/22 12:25 AM
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Hello Tim,
Thanks for that heads up about the weather. I decided 30-40 years ago not to pay a lot of attention to forecast. I go and if they are right I go home. I would have missed a lot of outings in those years if I just stayed home. Perfect day today. Partly cloudy 8-12 MPH wind. Caught a few but not enough for a mess so chuncked them back.
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Re: Drifting Tawakoni [Re: ssprint] #14251342 01/16/22 10:33 PM
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Originally Posted by ssprint
Hello Tim,
Thanks for that heads up about the weather. I decided 30-40 years ago not to pay a lot of attention to forecast. I go and if they are right I go home. I would have missed a lot of outings in those years if I just stayed home. Perfect day today. Partly cloudy 8-12 MPH wind. Caught a few but not enough for a mess so chuncked them back.
Thanks
Mike

I don't know about a perfect day. I am in forney and wind was blowing 45 mph out of the north at daylight.

Re: Drifting Tawakoni [Re: crankbait745] #14251864 01/17/22 01:32 AM
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My point exactly. Paid no attention and we got to west two mile launch and took one of the 2 spots left.
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Hey Crank, After some head scratching, I think I figured out you were talking about Saturday morning. We went on Friday.
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Yes I was talking about Saturday. There was a bass tournament on sam Rayburn and it took almost 20 pounds to win. I can't catch fish in perfect conditions. Glad yall had a good trip. Tawakoni is the worst in a big wind. I almost sank a jon boat years ago when a squaw line caught me.

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