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Tips on tawakoni #14322877 03/22/22 03:27 PM
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Taking the kids catfishing on tawakoni, any tips on locating eater size? Please and thanks..

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Re: Tips on tawakoni [Re: mb62487] #14323020 03/22/22 05:25 PM
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An earlier post on here suggested Tawakoni Wind point Park. Haven't been there myself yet, but it's on my to do list.


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Re: Tips on tawakoni [Re: mb62487] #14323380 03/22/22 10:48 PM
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wind point park is not what it used to be . Heavy pressure and about 80-90% of the bank access has trailer pads in its place. I went out there a few months back and had folks fishing in between and around my poles.





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